2015 Arts and Humanities Symposium!

Pictures from the 5th annual Arts and Humanities Symposium at which three English majors presented. All pictures are by Michelle Puehler. Kaillin presented “Sims Simulation: Disabling to Society” Bianca presented “The Disabling Flower: Disability in Drakengard 3” Lizzie presented “Feminism in Fantasy: Women and Sexism in HBO’s Game of Thrones” Continue reading 2015 Arts and Humanities Symposium!

Summer Online Course: The Hunger Games and Dystopian Literature

ENGL 295, an online summer course perfect for non English majors, will be devoted to The Hunger Games and various other novels/films/comics of that genre, including V for Vendetta, 1984, and Watchmen. Please email Todd if you need more information; please contact your adviser if you want to sign up for the course. The course runs from 5/11 – 6/19 during summer session 1. Continue reading Summer Online Course: The Hunger Games and Dystopian Literature

Debating Defiance: a panel on the liberal arts

Tuesday at 11:00 am in the Zeller Room in Defiance Hall, Professors Crumit-Hancock, Harper, Lauer, and Comer will speak on the liberal arts tradition as part of Debating Defiance. Please note the new time and venue and join us for the conversation.   In and Out of the Liberal Arts Tradition 11:00 am, Tuesday, February 24, Zeller Room Lisa Crumit-Hancock, “Teaching Hitchcock: Using the Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinarity as a Foundation for Composition Pedagogy” M.C. Harper, “The Greek Way with Art, Sport, and Thought: A Liberal Arts Approach to Living” Jeffrey Lauer, “Pertinence in a Liberal Arts Setting:  Pedagogically Addressing Concerns … Continue reading Debating Defiance: a panel on the liberal arts