School of Arts and Humanities

    • Rene Prieto
    • Rene Prieto
    • "Whether we like it or not, we live at a time when borders and frontiers become more tenuous by the minute. I am excited about teaching at UT Dallas because we consider science and technology from the perspective of the humanities, and vice versa. In a global society, it is essential to learn how to look over one's shoulder. This is why I seek to give my students the tools to navigate beyond the 'Pillars of Hercules'."
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    • Stephen G. Rabe
    • Stephen G. Rabe
    • "The growth and transformation of the University during my 35 years at UT Dallas has been both astounding and gratifying. And the future holds bright promise for the students, staff, and faculty of our University. I could not be prouder than to have spent my academic career at UT Dallas and eagerly anticipate our University's continued growth and intellectual development."
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    • Robert Xavier Rodríguez
    • Robert Xavier Rodríguez
    • "I was among the first arts and humanities faculty at UT Dallas in 1975. My students and colleagues have brought me many joys, especially the former students who have kept in touch over the past 36 years. I have particularly enjoyed the opportunity to make music on campus with my Musica Nova ensemble and to have several of my works performed and sometimes premiered here. After the next 36 years, I will be 101, at which point I hope I can afford to retire."
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    • Nils Roemer
    • Nils Roemer
    • "UT Dallas is growing exponentially. I find this an immensely invigorating and intellectually stimulating space."
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    • Rainer Schulte
    • Rainer Schulte
    • "The practice and theory of translation open the door to a successful interaction with other cultures. Only through the act of translation can a meaningful communication among people and nations be achieved."
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    • Frederick Turner
    • Frederick Turner
    • "UT Dallas is a haven for independent thought and brilliant interdisciplinary collaboration and research. It is also a deeply rewarding place to teach – especially in the School of Arts and Humanities – because of its lively and curious students, its excellent faculty colleagues and its location next to an exciting city. I have found my own strengths here, as many people have."
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