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FALL 2018

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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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1. To Be Human is to Value...Nonconformity

  • Tuesday, 9/18/2018, 6:00 PM in Aliso 104
  • Event: Film Screening of Harold and Maude (1971)
  • Presenters: Deanna Davis (English) and Marco Lllaguno (Philosophy)

2. To Be Human is to Value...the Right to Vote

  • Wednesday, 10/10/2018, 3:30 PM-4:50 PM in Mentry 343
  • Event: Panel Discussion
  • Presenters: Chase Dimock (English) and Erik Altenbernd (History)

3. To Be Human is to Value...the Unknown

  • Wednesday, 10/24/2018, 6:00 PM in Hasley 101
  • Event: Film Screening of ​The Brotherhood of the Wolf (2001)
  • Presenter: Pierre Eitenne (Modern Languages)

4. To Be Human is to Value...Status

  • Wednesday, 11/07/2018, 6:45-9:00 PM in Mentry 343
  • Event: Screening of Black Mirror Episode "Nosedive"
  • Presenters: Marco Llaguno (Philosophy) and Members of the Philosophy Club​

5. To Be Human is to Value...Self-Determination

  • Wednesday, 11/11/2018, 3:30-4:50 PM in Mentry 343
  • Event: Seminar and Documentary Screening
  • Presenter: Lisa Wallace (English)

6. To Be Human is to Value...Self-Care

  • Tuesday, 11/20/2018, 2:00-3:20 PM in Aliso 101
  • Event: Stress Relief Workshop
  • Presenter: Larry Schallert (Assistant Director of the Student Health & Wellness/Mental Health Program)
  

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