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Researchers 'Open for Collaboration' Through UK Libraries

Open Access is a consistent theme in university libraries across the world, as researchers seek to share and collaborate in new ways.

Impact of Spanish Conquistadores on Modern Mexico

A new assessment of the lasting impact of Hernán Cortés and the Spanish Empire’s conquest of the Aztec Empire will be discussed at “New Perspectives on Spanish Conquest and Empire: From the 16th to the 21st Centuries.”

Silent No More: Lydia Blaisdell Play to Have Kentucky World Premiere

A new play by Lydia Blaisdell will have its world premiere in the Bluegrass Nov. 5–7, in four performances at Lexington's Downtown Arts Center

Smith Receives Racial Reconciliation Award

Gerald Smith, University of Kentucky professor of history, the UK Martin Luther King Center scholar-in residence and the Theodore A. Hallam Professor (2015-2017) received the Campbellsville University Racial Reconciliation Award on Oct. 14.

'Bodies of Evidence' to Explore Violence Against LGBTQ*, Black Individuals

Lexington Celebrates Life of Legendary Jockey Isaac Murphy

University of Kentucky students and faculty are well represented during “Celebrating Isaac Murphy Week,” Oct. 19-24, a city-sponsored schedule of events honoring the legendary 19th century African-American jockey.

Color Your World With Chemistry at Annual Demo Show

Capturing the attention of little minds and chem-enthusiasts across Lexington, the University of Kentucky Department of Chemistry will once again host its Chemistry Demonstration Show at 7 p.m. this Friday, Oct. 23.

UK Sociology Professor Releases New Book

Populism, a political discourse that promises to empower and include the poor and the excluded, is one of the most important political forces in Latin America, Europe, and the U.S.

Confucius Institute Lecture Explores Origins of Yinyang

The University of Kentucky Confucius Institute will present a lecture on the historical development and manifestations of [the notion of] "yinyang" and its origins in Chinese thought and culture by Robin R. Wang as a part of its Distinguished Scholar Lecture Series.

Del Casino Delivers Geography's Distinguished Alumni Address

The University of Kentucky’s Department of Geography celebrates its inaugural Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series and Award Friday, Oct. 16. The premiere honoree is professor of geography and development Vincent del Casino Jr.,


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