About the UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture To learn more: https://ualr.edu/cahc
The UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture collects, keeps safe, and makes available Arkansas history. We connect people to each other and their shared experiences.
The UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture is a unique and reliable resource that explores and promotes Arkansas’s rich history through the identification, collection, and preservation of records that are of enduring value to the state.
As a leader in archival practice and education, we prepare students for careers in public history. Professionals seek our collaboration on best practices and archival technologies. We are a good neighbor to other libraries, archives, and museums. We provide access to a large repository of archival materials. The public can use these records to better understand Arkansas’s journey. Our collections document our history, but can also guide the state’s future.
CAHC is a leader in community engagement. We participate in outreach and programming and create virtual and physical exhibits using state-of-the-art technology. We help people of our state and beyond actively engage in the history and culture of Arkansas.