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Welcome to the Master of Humanities Program!

The traditional humanities disciplines—classics, literature, history, philosophy, religion, and visual and performing arts—were core disciplines in the first university in western civilization, Plato’s Academy. Since that time the humanities have remained core disciplines in all higher education while other areas of study have had changing significance in the university. The continued presence of humanities scholarship attests to its fundamental relevance to our lives.

Master of Humanities News

Lecture: "Democratizing the Constitution: The Declaration of Independence and the Right of the People to Fix Our Broken Election System"

Come learn about the current status of our democracy, and what changes we can make to improve how it functions

To celebrate Constitution Week* 2018, Wright State’s College of Liberal Arts will host a special guest speaker, David Gold, JD, PhD to give a talk entitled Democratizing the Constitution:  The Declaration of Independence and the Right of the People to Fix Our Broken Election System.

Humanities Alumna Gives Art Talk

Heather Lea Reid, an alumna of the Master of Humanities Program, recently gave a paper at the Southeastern College Art Conference in Columbus. Her talk was based on the capstone project she did for her MHUM degree and was entitled "Know Your Place: Women in Art (Part 2)".

Events

Wednesday, November 7 to Sunday, December 9
Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries
Monday, November 19, 6:55 pm to 8:30 pm
Schuster Hall, Creative Arts Center

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