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A Walk Through Indigenous Baltimore

November 22, 2021 College of Arts and Humanities, American Studies

Alum Creates Tour of Her Peoples’ History—and Continued Presence—in East Baltimore.

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Fall Dance Concert at The Clarice spotlights creativity, emotional choreographies

November 22, 2021 School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies, College of Arts and Humanities

The University of Maryland theatre, dance and performance studies school’s Fall Dance Concert included performances by students that encompassed a variety of music, emotions, dance styles and costumes from its opening night on Nov. 18 to its close on Sund

UMD Alum Performs With His 11-Member Brass Ensemble This Sunday

November 19, 2021 The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, School of Music

Trumpeter Nathan Clark ’13 and his ensemble, the Barclay Brass, work with students, stage lively performance during their residency with The Clarice.

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$3M Grant to Prepare Underrepresented Arts and Humanities Faculty for Institutional Leadership

November 18, 2021 College of Arts and Humanities, American Studies

Mellon Foundation funds partnership between UMD, UMBC, Morgan State.

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Family’s $2.5M Gifts to Provide Resources for Art and Education, New Outdoor Exhibition Space

November 16, 2021 Art

Clarvits’ gifts will fund innovation in the arts, support College of Education students.

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Researcher Studies What’s Behind Baby Talk

November 15, 2021 Linguistics

A new study by linguistics Professor Jeffrey Lidz shows children grasp syntax earlier than you might think.

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‘Hookman’ sells out in its debut at The Clarice

November 15, 2021 School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies, College of Arts and Humanities

Hookman premiered at The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center on Saturday night to a sold-out crowd.

Cutting-Edge Technology Brings Slasher Comedy to Life

November 12, 2021 School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies, College of Arts and Humanities

“Hookman” makes use of new technology to create an immersive experience at the intersection of theater and film.

English Department Launches ‘Committee for Antiracism, Accessibility, Respect, Equity, and Social Justice’

November 08, 2021 English, College of Arts and Humanities

Scheduling Coordinator Sarah Woldekidan discusses plans for revamped committee.

ARHU Announces New Bridge Scholarship

November 08, 2021 College of Arts and Humanities

Scholarship will offer financial support to current, returning students and incoming transfer students.