Sophocles’ tragedy “Oedipus the King” will run Feb. 4-21 in the Clarence Brown Theatre’s Carousel Theatre. According to director John Sipes, the play is “an example–an ancient example–of a culture’s effort to make sense of the incomprehensibility of man’s existence.”
Mary Poovey, a cultural historian and literary critic, will visit UT Knoxville on Thursday, Feb. 4, to discuss her recent book, “Genres of the Credit Economy,” which examines the history of literary and financial genres of writing.
The UT Knoxville Focus on Poverty will feature a mini-summit on March 31 on the topic of health and health care issues facing those in or near poverty. The day-long event will include two morning sessions that will spotlight graduate student and faculty research being undertaken at UT Knoxville in this broad area. Submit your
Serving with distinction in every major engagement of the Pacific theater from 1942-1945, their unbreakable code played a pivotal role in saving countless lives and hastening the end of World War II. Known as Navajo Code Talkers, they were young Navajo men who transmitted coded communications in their native language. The campus community is invited
In this WBIR Newsmaker, Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek sits down with Robin Wilhoit to talk about differential tuition for UT colleges and making UT Knoxville a top 25 institution.