The college sponsors the Alaska Living History series and the Alaska Native Elders Program, which bring men and women to the campus who have helped shape the state of Alaska. The college is organized into 4 divisions, which include: (1) Arts and Communication, with departments of Art, Communication, Journalism/Broadcasting, Music and Theatre; (2) Humanities, with departments of English, Philosophy and Humanities; (3) Languages and Cultures, with departments of Anthropology, Alaska Native Studies and Languages, Foreign Languages and Literatures, Geography and Linguistics; and (4) Social Sciences, with departments of History, Justice, Military Science, Northern Studies, Political Science, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology. The College of Liberal Arts also includes the Alaska Native Language Center, Elderhostel, KUAC public radio and television, Library Sciences, the Rural Alaska Honors Institute and the UAF Honors Program.
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Last modified June 10, 1998