The College of Liberal Arts is UT Arlington’s largest and most diverse academic unit. Its 13 departments incorporate the visual and performing arts; communication, languages and linguistics; the humanities; and the social sciences. In addition to preparing students in disciplinary degrees, the college supports specialized pre-professional preparation in the Pre-Law Center, and ensures that future teachers of art, English, history, modern languages, music, social studies, theatre arts, and other subjects master their content areas, working in collaboration with the College of Education and Health Professions to prepare them pedagogically for their certification. Interdisciplinary social and cultural analysis occurs in centers and minors dedicated to Global Information Systems, Disability Studies, African American Studies, Mexican American Studies, Greater Southwestern Studies, Medieval and Early Modern studies, and Women’s & Gender Studies.

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Recent Submissions

  • Border land: the Struggle for Texas, 1821-1846 

    Haynes, Sam; Holmes, Ramona (College of Liberal Arts and UTA Libraries, 2017-01-26)
    This project maps sites of conflict between Native Americans and Euro-Americans in Texas from the creation of the First Mexican Republic to the outbreak of the U.S.-Mexico War (1821-1846). Texas during this period was the ...