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The humanities teach us to question the world around us in order to better understand our place within it. In the humanities, we seek to understand the nuances of cultural issues, to interpret human experience, and to appreciate the power of words and ideas. By studying humanities, we broaden our historical, ethical, social and international perspectives while enhancing ourselves intellectually and creatively.

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COVID-19 has been a breeding ground for conspiracy theories since it began in spring 2020. Each day, newsfeeds are filled with information about the virus and media consumers are left to separate fact from fiction. Jim Tabery, associate professor of philosophy, discusses some of these conspiracy theories, why people believe them, how they get started and more.

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System's Failure by Andrew Franta

Systems Failure, The Uses of Disorder in English Literature

Andrew Franta

Land and Literature

Land and Literature in a Cosmopolitan Age

Vincent P. Pecora

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Regional Literature and the Transmission of Culture

Margaret B. Wan

Sister Saints by Colleen McDannell

Sister Saints, Mormon Women
Since the End of Polygamy

Colleen McDannell

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Last Updated: 9/8/20