Photo of Angela Hunter by Benjamin Krain.

Hunter Recognized with Prestigious Translation Award for Book on French Philosopher Louise Dupin

Dr. Angela Hunter, professor of English at UA Little Rock, is on cloud nine after learning that her years of hard work translating the unpublished work of 18th-century French philosopher Louise Dupin have been recognized as one of the most outstanding works of French-to-English translation. Continue reading “Hunter Recognized with Prestigious Translation Award for Book on French Philosopher Louise Dupin”

Frank Thurmond

19th Century Namesake Inspires Author’s First Novel

When Frank Thurmond found out there was a 19th century outlaw with his name, he decided to do what any self-respecting writer would do – write a book about it. Continue reading “19th Century Namesake Inspires Author’s First Novel”

Dylan Pojar-Weatherly and Frank Thurmond

Professor and Former Student Collaborate on Film Depicting Heartfelt Conversation on Alzheimer’s

In a heartfelt exploration of love and loss, a UA Little Rock faculty member and alumnus have joined forces to create a compelling short film inspired by the professor’s own experience with his mother’s battle with Alzheimer’s. Continue reading “Professor and Former Student Collaborate on Film Depicting Heartfelt Conversation on Alzheimer’s”