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​​Celebrating the Humanities seeks to share our common ties and extend the collegiality of our academic community. Humanities is an area of study steeped by definition in life and history. As such its study extends beyond the Humanities Division; in some manner, each of us teaches and studies the Humanities.

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List of Celebrating the Humanities Events 
Fall 2016 
 
September 8:  Humanities and Human Rights: X-Men Screening (dir. Ryan Singer, 2000) Presented by Profs. Tricia George and Adam Kaiserman (MENH-343, 6:30 PM)
 
September 15: Election Film Series: Truth Screening (dir. James Vanderbilt, 2015). Presented by Prof. Chris Blakey (MENH-343, 6:30 PM)
 
September 21: Humanities and Human Rights: The Knights of the Round Table: Is That What Magna Carta Really Looked Like? Presented by Prof. Tricia George. (MENH-343 12:30 PM)
 
September 22: Election Film Series: A Face in the Crowd (dir. Elia Kazan, 1957). Presented by Prof. Adam Kaiserman (MENH-343, 6:30 PM)
 
September 29: Book of the Year Citizen Launch. Presented by Profs. Adam Kaiserman, Svetlana Onthank, Alene Terzian  (BONH-309 or TBD, 3:30 PM)
 
October 4: Election Film Series: Dr. Strangelove (dir. Stanley Kubrick, 1964). Presented by Profs. Adam Kaiserman and  Brent Riffel (MENH-343, 6:30 PM)
 
October 19: Humanities and Human Rights: Shakespeare and Religious Tolerance and Expression. Presented by Prof. Ruth Rassool (MENH-343 2:00 PM)
 
November 1: Election Film Series: Suffragette (dir. Sarah Gavron, 2015). Presented by Profs. Adam Kaiserman & Alene Terzian (MENH-343, 6:30 PM)
 
November 2: Humanities and Human Rights: Kant and the Possibility of Perpetual Peace. Presented by Prof. Andrew Jones-Cathcart (MENH-343 2:00 PM)
 
November 7: Book of the Year Series. Screening of Fruitvale Station (dir. Ryan Coogler, 2013). Presented by Profs. Adam Kaiserman, Svetlana Onthank, Alene Terzian (MENH-242 5:00)
 
November 14: Humanities and Human Rights: Belle screening (dir. Amma Asante, 2014). Presented by Profs. Tricia George and Anne Powell (ALLH-101 6:30 PM)
 

EVENTS ARE FREE UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED
& ALL ARE OPEN TO THE CAMPUS COMMUNITY AND THE PUBLIC​​