The University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s next Evenings with History lecture will highlight the creation of the early medieval library at the Italian monastery of Bobbio, one of the largest libraries in Western Europe. Continue reading “Evenings with History Lecture to Address Creation of Early Medieval Library Collection”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s next Evenings with History lecture will address the history of the AIDS epidemic in Arkansas through a conversation between Ruth Coker Burks, who is known as the “Arkansas Cemetery Angel,” and Dr. Andrew Amstutz, a former assistant professor of history at UA Little Rock. Continue reading “Evenings with History Lecture to Address AIDS Activism in Arkansas”
Dr. John Kirk, George W. Donaghey distinguished professor of history, will discuss his new book, “Winthrop Rockefeller: From New Yorker to Arkansawyer, 1912-1956,” during the final meeting of the History Institute’s 2021-2022 Evenings with History Lecture Series. Continue reading “Kirk to Discuss New Winthrop Rockefeller Book During Evenings with History Lecture Series on April 5”
The next Evenings with History lecture series of “History Alive: Virtually!” session will begin Tuesday, Feb. 1, at 7: 30 p.m via Zoom.