The evidence for the marketability of humanities skills is abundant.

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Video of Ancient Textual Imaging Group activities at Brigham Young University.

Professor Allen J. Christenson discusses how the the Maya of Santiago Atitlán believe themselves to occupy the center of the world.

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Professor Greg Stallings' Fall 2010 Spanish 448R/648R course "Spanish Poetry of the Twentieth Century."

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Professor Travis Anderson's fifth annual Late Summer Honors course Illuminating Your Life takes illustrated journaling in a unique direction.

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Professor Kristin Matthews' Fall 2010 English 495 Senior Seminar, "African American Literature and the Politics of 'Home.'"

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Dr. Snyder's Literatures and Cultures of the American West class takes students out of the pages of their textbooks and novels and into the landscapes and cultures that make up the West.

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  • Humanities Internships

  • Lighting the Windows of Antiquity

  • Balancing the Cosmos

  • Greg Stallings: Classroom Convergence

  • Illustrated Journaling

  • Kristen Matthews, Teacher and Student in the Humanities

  • Literatures and Cultures of the American West

Upcoming Events
Thursday, Oct 16Annual Honored Alumni Lecture (Homecoming)
1 AM, B-92

Sharon Eubank, Director of LDS Charities.

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8 AM, Departments

Reserved for faculty work on assessing student achievement of program learning goals.

From Anatomy Lab to Poetry
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Kimberly Johnson, 2014 PA Christensen Award winner, explains how her anatomy experience helps her to dig deeper into poetry to find meaning in its form.

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IC Lecture: White Light, Black Rain
White Light, Black Rain

Japanese and Comparative Literature professor and Asian and Near Eastern Languages chair Scott Miller lectures on the documentary “White Light, Black Rain,” discussing the aftermath of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki at a recent International Cinema lecture.

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