- Course Descriptions
- Course Syllabi
- Division of Languages, Humanities, & the Arts
- Fall 2014 Classes
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News and Events
Fall 2013 Events
August 1 – September 20… The Art of Leon and Sadie Garland – Koehnline Museum, DP.
September 12, 16…..The Invisible War film screenings - Kirby Dick’s acclaimed documentary about violence against women in the military. - September 12, 6:30pm, DP & September 16, 6:30, RHC.
October 3…..Opening of Annual Women’s Art Show - Bodies by Design: Modification, Coercion and Resistance, Koehnline Museum, 5-8pm. October 3-25, Annual Women’s Art Show.
October 10-20… Noises Off – dir. John Frisco, DP.
October 30 – November 1…..Visiting Scholars Event and Teach-In with Kaila Story - Stephanie Budge of the University of Louisville, and (local practitioner still to be named), that will address LGBTQ issues. Multiple events over a 3-day visit will include small sessions on best practices and strategies around programming and teaching around LGBTQ topics. Co-sponsored by OAED, WGS and Diversity Council.
November 12-15…..International Education Week…Numerous events including the following…….November 12, 9:30, DP…..Félix Muruchi, indigenous activist from Bolivia and co-author of From the Mines to the Streets: A Bolivian Activist's Life,.
November 14-24… Sweeny Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street – dir. Jason A. Fleece, DP.
November 19-20…..Film Screening: The Prodigal Son, Filmmaker Kimberly Reed’s 2010 documentary addresses issues of identity, sexual orientation, childhood trauma, and family love. November 19, 6:30pm, RHC & November 20, 6:30pm, DP.
Faculty on campus and available to students at designated times.