2014-15 Year in Review

Humanities Center News

Announcement of Liz Bucar as Dean’s Leadership Fellow

Dear Colleagues: I am delighted to announce that Elizabeth (Liz) Bucar, Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion, has joined the Dean’s Office in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities as Dean’s Leadership Fellow. In this new role, Liz will work with Associate Dean Jack McDevitt, the Dean’s Office, the Humanities Center,…
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Holocaust Awareness Digital Archive: DRS Project Toolkit Pilot

Northeastern’s Annual Holocaust Awareness Week is presented by the College of Social Sciences and Humanities and the Northeastern Humanities Center with the Holocaust Awareness Committee.  The committee is pleased to announce a new archive project selected for the Digital Scholarship Group’s DRS Project Toolkit Pilot Program. In this Pilot program, the DSG will work with selected digital…
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“We are all hurt” – In Memory of the Charleston Victims

June 24, 2015 by Joe O’Connell Published by News@Northeastern Words spoken and sung can pro­vide an outlet when trying to under­stand tragedy and remem­bering those who were sense­lessly lost. That was the moti­va­tion for a spe­cial event Tuesday night cen­tered around music and poetry to remember the nine people shot and killed last week at the…
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Humanities Center Events


Let’s Talk about the Sex Myth – with Rachel Hills

Join us for an interactive discussion and workshop led by Rachel Hills about her book, sex positivity in our culture, and sex culture at Northeastern…
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Faculty Works-in-Progress Colloquium Fall 2015

Monday, October 19, 2015 || 12 – 1 p.m.
Timothy Brown
Professor, History
College of Social Sciences and Humanities
“’An Uprising in the Zone of the Spirit': Reflections on Religion and Social Movements around 1968”..
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Designating Design: An (Inter)disciplinary Conversation

Join the Humanities Center’s “By Design” fellows for an interdisciplinary conversation on this year’s fellow theme. Our 10 faculty and graduate fellows will participate in a roundtable discussion to give an introduction to their projects and collaborations. ..
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