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: Spring 2014
 
March 8, FILM FESTIVAL: Indie Saturday, HSLH-101:
11:00-12:00:  K-12 student film viewing and discussion
12-12:30: Intermission
12:30-1:30:  COC student film viewing and discussion
1:30-2:00:  Intermission
2:00-4:00:  Ramon Hamilton’s  “Smuggled” screening and discussion
4-4:30: Intermission
4:30-6:00: Sheila Sofian’s “Truth has Fallen” screening and discussion
March 14: Friday Night Films, HSLH-101:
            In a World (2013), dir. Lake Bell (4:30 PM)
            The Attack (2012), dir. Ziad Doueiri (6:30 PM)
Mar 27: Poetry:  Doug Cox, ALLH-108 (11:00 AM-12:30 PM)
March 28: Friday Night Films, HSLH-101
Fruitvale Station (2013), dir. Ryan Coogler (8:30 PM)
Apr 16:  FILM: Nostalgia for the Light, MENH-343 (6:00 PM)
Apr 23: FILM: See What I’m Saying: The Deaf Entertainers Documentary MENH-343, (3:00 PM - 5:00 PM)
Apr 30: FILM: Hannah Arendt (2013), dir. Margarethe von Trotta, MENH-343 (6:00 PM)
May 8: CONFERENCE: Writing Matters Conference, featuring novelist Daniel Chacon and student writing,
UCEN-258 Daniel Chacon (9:30-1o:50)
UCEN-206, UCEN-209, UCEN-305 (11:00AM - 12:20PM)
UCEN-205, UCEN-207, UCEN-305 on 05/08/14 (02:00PM - 03:20PM)
May 19: FILM: 12 Years a Slave (2013), dir. Steve McQueen, MENH-343 (6:00