April 16, 2014

Humanities

04/16/14

Project Humanities hosts 'Funniest ASU Teacher' competition

Arizona State University's Project Humanities is proud to announce the second annual Funniest ASU Teacher competition.

04/14/14

Humanities | News coverage:  Building alliances between black, Latino communities in Ariz.

By about 2050, blacks and Latinos will make up half of the U.S. population. ASU's Center for the Study of Race and Democracy is coordinating dialogue to help forge community alliances.

04/11/14

Humanities:  Are terrorists 'media smart'?

ASU professor Steve Corman points to a pattern of traditional narratives in extremist communication.

04/11/14

Project Humanities to expand public programming with support funding

ASU Project Humanities has received $12,000 from Arizona Humanities to expand public programming. With this funding, Project Humanities is able to offer a variety of film screenings and workshops that bring people together.

04/09/14

'Sex Trafficking in Arizona' concludes downtown lecture series

Dominique Roe-Sepowitz will conclude the spring 2014 Humanities Lecture Series at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus with her presentation, “Sex Trafficking In Arizona.”

04/04/14

Is laughter timeless? ASU Chaucer event celebrates medieval humor

The 2014 Chaucer Celebration at ASU is themed “Chaucerian Comedy and the Senses (of Humor).” The daylong event takes place on Friday, April 18, on ASU’s Tempe campus.

04/01/14

Events at ASU to commemorate civil rights leader Cesar Chavez

The School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies at ASU will host three events commemorating civil rights leader Cesar Chavez.

04/01/14

Humanities symposium explores concept of 'home'

ASU's Institute for Humanities Research Fellows Symposium will critically examine the concept of home and the way it informs and is informed by geography and history, identities and ideologies, and imagined and lived experiences.

04/01/14

Diversity | Humanities | News coverage:  Neal Lester discusses the 'N-word'

ASU's Neal Lester discusses "easily the most inflammatory, shocking and historic word in the English language."

03/27/14

Student explores conflict transformation through film, music

Galen J. Lamphere-Englund, a senior majoring in global studies, traveled to Ireland in the summer of 2013 to learn how music can be used in peacebuilding projects to strengthen communities and achieve social change.

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