What’s New in HUM This Spring

January 19, 2018

Freshman and sophomores from all majors are welcome to join the HUM Sequence 218-219 mid-year.  There are no prerequisites.  Among the six distinguished faculty who will teach this intensive two-credit course is political philosopher Jan-Werner Müller whose What Is Populism? was the common reading for this year’s entering class.  The faculty for Spring 2018 are:

Joshua Billings, Classics

Jeff Dolven, English

Stefan Eich, Politics

Jan-Werner Müller, Politics

Eileen Reeves, Comparative Literature

Effie Rentzou, Franch and Italian

The HUM Capstone course entitled “Witness” will be taught by Esther Schor (English) and Martha Sandweiss (History).  Check out the new courses offered in in Digital  Humanities, Medical Humanities, Urban Humanities, East Asian Humanities — & more!  


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