- March 10, 2014
Recently, an alum wrote and reflected on the value of her education in the humanities: "Humanistic inquiry has the power to nourish the elasticity of the individual and social mind, as it facilitates our capacity to develop out of ourselves in our own way—to transform and incorporate into ourselves what is past and foreign to heal wounds, replace what has been lost, recreate broken molds. It liberates us from the confines of our individuality and, through the imaginative experience of another’s musings, humor, or deep pangs of the heart, it helps us cultivate a new sense of vision, as we begin to perceive, through the smallness of our existence, a universality of the human condition." — Lina Feuerstein '12
- February 22, 2014
The Telling Project is a powerful performance about veterans' experiences. Part of the MHC's Veterans' Voices Initiative. Guided discussion will follow the performance. This performance is free and open to the public, but please reserve your free ticket(s) here. Contact Susannah Ottaway or Steve Richardson with any questions.
- February 3, 2014
Common Time, 12-1 p.m., Thurs., Feb 6, Weitz Center 236 (Larson Meeting Room).
Michael McNally (Religion), Andy Flory (Music), Adrienne Falcon (Academic Civic Engagement/Sociology), Eva Posfay (French and Francophone Studies). Sponsors: Humanities Center, LTC. Contact Susannah Ottaway. Sponsored by the Humanities Center and LTC, includes Common Time lunch.
Everyone welcome - open to the public!