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Washington Post

Glenda León’s Elegant Online Videos Seem To Ponder the Universe and the Self

August 04, 2020 University of Maryland Art Gallery

UMD Art Gallery exhibition reviewed by the Washington Post.

CNN

Iranian and American Musicians Join Forces To Spread Joy Amid the Pandemic

August 01, 2020 Roshan Institute for Persian Studies

Roshan Institute for Persian Studies partnership featured on CNN.

Understanding Race, Equity, Inclusion and Justice Through the Arts and Humanities

July 31, 2020 College of Arts and Humanities

Explore a range of courses offered this fall taught by outstanding ARHU faculty.

Schools Quickly Pivot to a Virtual World

July 31, 2020 College of Arts and Humanities

New initiatives with students in mind adapt on the fly.

ARHU Grad’s Beauty Business Gets a Boost

July 29, 2020 American Studies

Amid a national reckoning over racism, Mia Chae Reddy Ph.D. ’12 finds her voice as a Black business owner.

Fall Update from ARHU

July 23, 2020 College of Arts and Humanities

Hear from Dean Bonnie Thornton Dill on what to expect this academic year.

The Washington Post

What’s in a Name? Konshens the MC Talks Music, Education and the Powerful Consciousness That Drives Him

July 22, 2020 College of Arts and Humanities, School of Music

UMD music students collaborate with Konshens the MC to form Classically Dope.

American Studies Professor Among Editors of Award-Winning Book on Planned Communities

July 20, 2020 American Studies

Mary Corbin Sies was one of three editors of the book, which received an International Planning Historical Society 2020 prize.

Breath & Delirium: Selected Works By Glenda León

July 16, 2020 University of Maryland Art Gallery

“Breath & Delirium: Selected Works by Glenda León” is a free, online exhibition of video works by Havana-born, Madrid-based artist Glenda León.