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Sep
27

Humanities Fellows Program Information Session

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Boatwright Library, Seminar Room 2
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The Humanities Fellows program is a selective, close-knit, and interdisciplinary community of students and scholars investigating critical and contemporary questions about human experience from diverse perspectives. Sophomores excited about humanities fields—history, culture, rhetoric, philosophy, classical studies, religious studies, literatures, and the arts—have the opportunity to explore their interests while developing skills that matter in and out of the classroom and preparing to live productive and purposeful lives. In 2019–2020 our focus will be on human migration: how the movement of peoples and contacts between cultures shape and define our complex world.        

The program combines an interdisciplinary humanities seminar and field experience in Washington, DC (Spring 2019) with mentored summer research and continued professional mentorship, career development, and community.

Interested sophomore students can attend this information session to learn more about the program.

Contact: Abigail Cheever