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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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Humanities Radio | Shaping Modern Presidential Politics

Eric Hinderaker, distinguished professor of history, discusses how history – specifically the creation of the electoral college and the consequential elections of 1800 and 1824 – has shaped modern presidential politics.

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Rhetorics Elsewhere & Otherwise by Romeo Garcia, PhD

Rhetorics Elsewhere and Otherwise: Contested Modernities,
Decolonial Visions

Romeo García, PhD

Land and Literature

Land and Literature in a
Cosmopolitan Age

Vincent P. Pecora

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Regional Literature and the Transmission of Culture: Chinese Drum Ballads 1800-1937

Margaret B. Wan

Many Mouths: The Politics of Food in Britain from the Workhouse to the Welfare State by Nadja Durbach

Many Mouths: The Politics of Food in Britain from the Workhouse to the Welfare State

Nadja Durbach

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Last Updated: 10/21/20