"Singer & Krauss: An Origins Project Dialogue" is a candid and unscripted conversation on ethics for the 21st century, covering topics ranging from animal liberation to dying with dignity to effective altruism.
As ASU's Institute for Humanities Research celebrates a 10-year anniversary, William "Bro" Adams, chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, says the university's interdisciplinary humanities research is impressive.
Pope Francis' historic speech to Congress on Thursday morning put him in a position no other pope has been in before, and also represented what some view as a shift in the perception of the Catholic Church in the United States.
Understanding the impact of Judaism on our thinking, Hava Tirosh-Samuelson, the director of ASU's Center of Jewish Studies, seeks to shed light on the contribution of Jewish philosophy to the humanities.
Phoenix writer and social entrepreneur Joey Robert Parks kicks off ASU's fall Humanities Lecture Series on Sept. 17, leading a panel of professional Phoenix photographers and writers in a discussion about community art and the program he founded, "26 Blocks."
After a near-death experience, Adam Braun re-evaluated his life's purpose and ultimately established an organization that works to ensure access to quality education in developing nations. His book was the 2015 Summer Common Read at ASU's West campus.
Robert Shuter, research professor in the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, has been granted a Fulbright Specialist Award to share his expertise at the Hong Kong Baptist University School of Communication this October.