Dr. John Kirk

Kirk Releases New Biography Covering Winthrop Rockefeller’s New York Life

Dr. John Kirk, George W. Donaghey Distinguished Professor of History at UA Little Rock, has published a new book examining the first 44 years of former Arkansas governor Winthrop Rockefeller’s life.  Continue reading “Kirk Releases New Biography Covering Winthrop Rockefeller’s New York Life”

Dr. John Kirk

Kirk, Wiebelhaus-Brahm, and Glazier Win 2022 CHASSE Faculty Excellence Awards

Every year since being established in 1989, UA Little Rock celebrates the most influential and highest achieving professors in the university by presenting them with its highest award possible—the Faculty Excellence Award.  Continue reading “Kirk, Wiebelhaus-Brahm, and Glazier Win 2022 CHASSE Faculty Excellence Awards”

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UA Little Rock to host Jan. 19 roundtable discussion on 2020 election

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Department of History will host a roundtable discussion to talk about the historical significance of the 2020 election cycle. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to host Jan. 19 roundtable discussion on 2020 election”

Dr. John Kirk

UA Little Rock professors featured in podcasts recalling city’s conflicted past

As the director of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Anderson Institute on Race and Ethnicity and Donaghey Distinguished Professor of History, Dr. John Kirk often serves as an expert source for journalists, students, and researchers looking to learn more about Arkansas’s history in race relations and civil rights.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock professors featured in podcasts recalling city’s conflicted past”

Dr. John Kirk

Kirk to serve as guest narrator during chorus performance

Dr. John Kirk, director of the UA Little Rock Anderson Institute on Race and Ethnicity, will serve as a guest narrator during the River City Men’s Chorus performances of “Imagine: Justice-Freedom-Peace” in April.  Continue reading “Kirk to serve as guest narrator during chorus performance”