Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts and Humanities hosting digital humanities workshop - Office of Communications and Marketing
Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts and Humanities hosting digital humanities workshop Office of Communications and Marketing
A Proclamation on National Arts And Humanities Month, 2022 The White House
Oh, the Humanities! Washington Free Beacon
Exploring What You Can Do with a Humanities Degree Faulkner University
Mellon Foundation grant will support rethinking of humanities centers | BrandeisNOW - Brandeis University
Mellon Foundation grant will support rethinking of humanities centers | BrandeisNOW Brandeis University
2022 Winter Humanities Courses Illinois Institute of Technology
U of A Humanities Center Announces Fall 2022 Funding Competitions University of Arkansas Newswire
This Is How the Humanities End | Higher Ed Gamma Inside Higher Ed
Keeping the liberal arts and humanities alive Study International News
The Humanities Are Alive and Well at Columbia Columbia University
Tracy Dennison Begins Tenure as Chair of the Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences - Caltech
Flagg Township Museum welcomes Illinois humanities speaker Oct. 9 Rochelle News Leader
Seton Hall Hosts Inaugural Humanities Colloquium Seton Hall University
ASU's Humanities Week returns for 2nd year with schedule of fun, thought-provoking events - ASU News Now
ASU's Humanities Week returns for 2nd year with schedule of fun, thought-provoking events ASU News Now
Pitt's Humanities Engage program is re-imagining doctoral education University of Pittsburgh
UB Humanities Institute’s annual festival looks at ‘Life in the Age of Artificial Intelligence’ - UBNow: News and views for UB faculty and staff - University at Buffalo
UB Humanities Institute’s annual festival looks at ‘Life in the Age of Artificial Intelligence’ - UBNow: News and views for UB faculty and staff University at Buffalo
Bioethics and Medical Humanities | Carle Illinois College of Medicine | UIUC - Carle Illinois College of Medicine
Bioethics and Medical Humanities | Carle Illinois College of Medicine | UIUC Carle Illinois College of Medicine
Rigoberto González Named Principal Humanities Advisor for Latino Poetry Project - Rutgers University
McGillicuddy Humanities Center welcomes four new undergraduate fellows for fall 2022 - UMaine News - University of Maine - University of Maine
McGillicuddy Humanities Center welcomes four new undergraduate fellows for fall 2022 - UMaine News - University of Maine University of Maine
10 Medical Schools Where Humanities and Social Sciences Majors Often Attend - U.S. News & World Report
10 Medical Schools Where Humanities and Social Sciences Majors Often Attend U.S. News & World Report
UofSC grant program to fund projects in arts, humanities, social sciences - University of South Carolina
UofSC grant program to fund projects in arts, humanities, social sciences University of South Carolina
UB Humanities Institute's annual festival looks at Life in the Age of Artificial Intelligence - University at Buffalo
UB Humanities Institute's annual festival looks at Life in the Age of Artificial Intelligence University at Buffalo
CFVI says $200K grant available for humanities projects Virgin Islands Daily News
ACLS postdoctoral fellow joins UCI School of Humanities University of California, Irvine
UNE Center for Global Humanities presents 'The Bifurcation of America (and Other Countries)' - University of New England
UNE Center for Global Humanities presents 'The Bifurcation of America (and Other Countries)' University of New England
Schar School's David Rehr Appointed to Virginia Humanities by Governor Youngkin - George Mason University
Schar School's David Rehr Appointed to Virginia Humanities by Governor Youngkin George Mason University
Illinois Humanities' "RE:ACTION" focuses on incarceration Chicago Tribune
Prof. Kenneth W. Warren to address how unprecedented income inequality affects literature in Humanities Day keynote - UChicago News
Prof. Kenneth W. Warren to address how unprecedented income inequality affects literature in Humanities Day keynote UChicago News
Balzan Prizes Honor Work in Humanities, Science U.S. News & World Report
Tips for debunking the arts and humanities myth | THE Campus Learn, Share, Connect - Times Higher Education
Tips for debunking the arts and humanities myth | THE Campus Learn, Share, Connect Times Higher Education
Beyond Granite: The Future of the Public Square Mellon Foundation
Fact check: Joe Biden recognized Elton John with humanities award at White House ceremony - USA TODAY
Recent awards showcase diverse accomplishments of Rochester faculty University of Rochester
Oregon Humanities' 'Dear Stranger' project creates connections through the mail, with a twist - KTVZ
National Arts and Humanities Month Mellon Foundation
The Carl Sagan Medal, a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant, and a Fulbright First for Columbia Nursing - Columbia University
The Carl Sagan Medal, a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant, and a Fulbright First for Columbia Nursing Columbia University
Experts on contemporary Russian cinema, South African history and music join USC Dornsife > News > USC Dornsife - USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
Experts on contemporary Russian cinema, South African history and music join USC Dornsife > News > USC Dornsife USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
Jaffrey Public Library schedules book discussion Monadnock Ledger Transcript
Too Much Information | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current
Denmark plans to shorten master’s degrees Times Higher Education
The Immigrant Story Live at Willamette — Oregon Humanities oregonhumanities.org
Oregon Humanities Live oregonhumanities.org
Return to Sender: The Next 'Dear Stranger' Swaps Letters on Memory Portland Monthly
UCSC's Center for South Asian Studies positioned for exponential growth - University of California, Santa Cruz
UCSC's Center for South Asian Studies positioned for exponential growth University of California, Santa Cruz
Chicago Humanities Festival announces fall headliners, including Patti Smith, Jessica Lange and Chelsea Manning - Chicago Tribune
Chicago Humanities Festival announces fall headliners, including Patti Smith, Jessica Lange and Chelsea Manning Chicago Tribune
Reformation scholar from Notre Dame to give annual lectures Bethel College, KS
Coppell City Council names October 'National Arts and Humanities Month,' finalizes agenda items for FY 22-23 Budget - Star Local Media
Coppell City Council names October 'National Arts and Humanities Month,' finalizes agenda items for FY 22-23 Budget Star Local Media
Assistant Professor Jordan Lukins Selected as Recipient of DELTA Express Grant - NC State College of Education News
Assistant Professor Jordan Lukins Selected as Recipient of DELTA Express Grant NC State College of Education News
Programme of events to celebrate the Lindisfarne Gospels and Hadrian's Wall announced - Northumbria University
Programme of events to celebrate the Lindisfarne Gospels and Hadrian's Wall announced Northumbria University
UCCS partners with local organizations for dialogues on war, trauma and the reintegration process - Communique
UCCS partners with local organizations for dialogues on war, trauma and the reintegration process Communique
Black Women Will Save The World The Chicago Cusader
ARTS AND HUMANITIES: New book takes ekphrasis to outer space Charleston Post Courier
Mayor Bowser Public Calendar for Wednesday, September 28, 2022 | mayormb - Executive Office of the Mayor
Mayor Bowser Public Calendar for Wednesday, September 28, 2022 | mayormb Executive Office of the Mayor
DE GENNARO: In defense of the Western canon Yale Daily News
Newly Tenured Faculty Bring Ideas and Innovation to Reed Reed Magazine
Katy Does | Arts and Culture Style Weekly
Author of new Stevie Nicks book is a Princeton professor who loves 'Tusk,' studies Tchaikovsky - Princeton University
Author of new Stevie Nicks book is a Princeton professor who loves 'Tusk,' studies Tchaikovsky Princeton University
New Providence School District Ready to Travel Again; Summer College Visits Summarized - TAPinto.net
Samuels sign unveiled during festival Shoshone News Press
Another Look celebrates 10 years - Stanford Report Stanford University News
'Embracing Our Diversity Through Languages' Oct. 7 and 8 - The Source - Washington University in St. Louis - Washington University in St. Louis
'Embracing Our Diversity Through Languages' Oct. 7 and 8 - The Source - Washington University in St. Louis Washington University in St. Louis
Regionally Speaking, Monday, October 3, 2022 Lakeshore Public Radio
Courthouse Square Historic Preservation Commission approves YAC shed demolition - The Oxford Eagle - Oxford Eagle
Courthouse Square Historic Preservation Commission approves YAC shed demolition - The Oxford Eagle Oxford Eagle
FSU Pride Alumni Network reception to feature Museum of Fine Arts special exhibit - Florida State News
FSU Pride Alumni Network reception to feature Museum of Fine Arts special exhibit Florida State News
The Humanities Are Worthy of Pursuit Now More Than Ever Daily Utah Chronicle
Can I Do A Business Master's Without A Bachelor's In Business? BusinessBecause
DO | On Studying the Humanities Cornell University The Cornell Daily Sun
Study: Humanities graduate education is shrinking Inside Higher Ed
The humanities thrive at STEM-focused universities (opinion) Inside Higher Ed
CSM hosts ‘One Maryland One Book’ Program and Author Naima Coster Oct. 4 - The Southern Maryland Chronicle
CSM hosts ‘One Maryland One Book’ Program and Author Naima Coster Oct. 4 The Southern Maryland Chronicle
What Can I Do With a Degree in Humanities? - Seaver Blog | Pepperdine Seaver College - Pepperdine University Newsroom
What Can I Do With a Degree in Humanities? - Seaver Blog | Pepperdine Seaver College Pepperdine University Newsroom
Humanities' scholarly infrastructure is vanishing (opinion) Inside Higher Ed
Perspective | The humanities are facing a credibility crisis The Washington Post
Community read launches Society for the Humanities' 'Repair' theme The College of Arts & Sciences
Humanities and The “Battle of the University” | Magazine Harvard Crimson
This week in West Virginia history | Features/Entertainment Huntington Herald Dispatch
Astrology : A Science or Superstition?
Human beings have always been curious to know their future. Whenever someone is in difficulty and cannot easily come out of it, he wants to know whether the days of his misery will come to an end at all.
What To Expect From A Feng Shui Consultation
If you are wishing to harmonize or balance your house or any other environment according to feng shui, the ideal way to do so is through a feng shui consultation. A feng shui consultation would provide you the right and proper guidance for you to successfully achieve your goal.
The History of Body Piercings - Ancient and Fascinating Around the World
Body piercings have seen a resurgence of interest in the last ten to twenty years and are becoming more and more a part of the mainstream Western culture. Take a look at any fashion or entertainment magazine and you'll see plenty of well-known celebrities with body piercings like navel rings or a labret.
Shakespeares Art: Understanding King Lear
Students of Shakespeare have spent a very great deal of time debating the meanings of "Othello", "King Lear", and "Macbeth". The wealth of criticism of any one of his plays can be overwhelming to the casual student.
The Origin of Americas Corporate Elite (BC)
Ephesus had a shrine to the Anatolian mother-goddess and the Cretan Lady of Wild Things that was later incorporated into the Greek worship of Artemis. (33) This magnificent statue has many 'cosmic eggs' on it that are extremely relevant to the Berber painting of ostrich eggs that are found in the Saharan finds mentioned in Carthage as well as connected to the Druid's eggs.
Amaterasu The Goddess of the Sun
Amaterasu is a shining example of how adversity can help us to 'blossom and bloom' more at times. She helps us look for the lesson to be learned when the adverse times come into our lives.
The Automatic Champion
"Babe" Didrickson Zaharias was a phenomenal athlete. This Texan ran, jumped, rode horses, and played basketball and baseball-with tremendous flair.
Europes New Jews
They inhabit self-imposed ghettoes, subject to derision and worse, the perennial targets of far-right thugs and populist politicians of all persuasions. They are mostly confined to menial jobs.
Human Cultural Evolution
If we think about it at this juncture, clearly there is little to commend this Judaeo/ Christian/Islamic God if he is represented by the people who led this church. Pagans have a far better history and stand foursquare and 'head and shoulders' above this God of this often re-written Bible.
Egyptian Handmade Perfume Bottles
Blown glass, a very ancient technique, is the oldest among the handicrafts. It is said by some, that ancient Egyptians were the original inventors of glass making techniques.
Return to Ouvea, New Caledonia
"Ouvea is everything you'd expect in a South Pacific island. Twenty kilometers of unbroken white sands border the lagoon on the west side of the island and extend far out from shore to give the water a turquoise hue.
Ancient Philosophy On The Internet Can Change How We Think
Here I am again sitting at my computer, my job is to write about the positive aspects of the Internet. I'd like to think of myself as a bit of a novice philosopher as well as writer.
Humanity - the sole endeavor of sanctity in every man, the moribund symphony serenading in all perceptions, the extinct deference suggestive of life-humanity. Something already sold to that trait of the individual defined as war.
The New Age Movement
New Age - A Paradigm Shift to Divine Consciousness & a Universal PhilosophyThe New Age Movement (NAM) is a revival of spiritual and divine values and can be called as a Divine Regeneration Movement. New Age Philosophy has conquered the West intellectually and Western culture is currently experiencing a phenomenal shift - sociological, spiritual & ideological.
Gymnastics History - A Brief Overview
Gymnastics, as an activity, has been around for more thantwo thousand years in one form or another, from the ancientGreek Olympics, to Roman ceremony, to today's modern meets.As an organized and truly competitive sport, gymnasticshas existed for a little more than a century.
Lance Armstrong Bracelets: Fashion Accessories for a Worthy Cause
Lance Armstrong bracelets, the yellow rubber wrist bands inscribed with the motto LiveStrong, are tangible parts of champion American cyclist Lance Armstrong's legacy. Diagnosed with testicular cancer on October 2, 1996, Armstrong battled with the disease and didn't let it get in the way of his will to wear the yellow jersey once again to compete in the Tour de France cycling tournament.
Mexican Living: Daily Schedule of an Expatriate
I was wondering if you might be interested in what I do with my time as an expatriate and if I have any sort of real life. I guarantee you that I do.
Precious Stones The Big Five-Part 5 The Pearl
Since pearls are so rare and possess such a high degree of natural beauty, they have been considered to be among the most splendid of gems for many centuries.The people of India and Persia (Iraq) were among the earliest to collect pearls, because of the rich fisheries of Ceylon and the Persian Gulf, the Indian and Persian princes in the last century, acquired huge collections of pearls that have never been equaled, these collections would be worth hundreds of millions of dollars today.
Export/Import of Inuit Eskimo Art Sculpture Containing Whalebone or Ivory
The export of certain Inuit sculpture from Canada to other parts of the world including the United States does have some restrictions. In order to reduce harvesting of marine animals such as whales and walruses, the United States Congress passed the Marine Mammal Protection Act in 1972.
Can You Hear My Secret Calling
A true love story"So, was it an eyes-meet-across-the-room-thing and you knew you were destined for each other instantly?" I asked my Mom. "No," she laughed, "it was a swinging-door-thing and once we met, then we knew it was destiny.
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