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.

EVENTS ARE FREE UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED
& ALL ARE OPEN TO THE CAMPUS COMMUNITY AND THE PUBLIC​
 
List of Celebrating the Humanities Events: Fall 2014

September 16 (4:00-7:00), BOOK OF THE YEAR: Screening of The Namesake (dir. Mira Nair, 2006) HSLSH-101

September 19 (6:00), Screening of The Grand Budapest Hotel (dir. Wes Anderson, 2014)  HSLH-101

September 30 (5:30-8:30), Screening of 3 Penny Opera (dir. G. W. Pabst, 1931) HSLH-101

October 9 (11:00-12:20), C. G. Hanzlicek Poetry Reading (Presented by Prof. Voth) ALLH-108

October 9 (6:30-7:50), C. G. Hanzlicek Poetry Reading (Presented by Prof. Voth) CCC Room 701/702

October 16 (2:30-3:30) BOOK OF THE YEAR: Historical Discussion of The Lowland  (Presented by Prof. Pennington) MENH-353

November 6 (12:30-1:50), Veteran Cinema: Let There Be Light (dir. John Houston, 1946) (Presented by Prof. Voth). An event featuring a film and comments from veterans from WWII and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.  MENH 343

November 13 ( 2:30-3:30) BOOK OF THE YEAR: Closing Discussion of The Lowland, MENH 343

November 25 (5:30-8:30), Screening of The Immigrant (dir. James Gray, 2013)  HSLH-101

December 1 (11:00-12:20), BOOK OF THE YEAR: Academic Talk on The Lowland (presented by Prof. Kaiserman), HSLH-101​