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A New Interdisciplinary Minor

We are excited to introduce our new interdisciplinary minor in Medical Humanities and Health Studies.

Religion

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Since religion is so much a part of human life at every level, studying religion is a way of getting broad perspective on many aspects of human society and culture.

Philosophy

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As lovers of wisdom philosophers have always asked questions about such things as the good life, the nature of beauty, political justice, what is involved in knowing something, and language.

Classics

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Classics is the study of the cultures of ancient Greece and Rome. Both cultures have had a profound influence on life in the western world.

Religion, Philosophy, & Classics News

Buddhism scholar Alicia Turner to speak at Wright State on April 4 about violence in Myanmar

The Piediscalzi Lecture in Religion will feature Alicia Turner's talk on “The Violence of Buddhist Tolerance: Escalating Religious Difference in Myanmar/Burma."

Philosophy of science expert Lydia Patton to speak at Wright State on data visualization March 26

The Erik C. Banks Memorial Lecture in Philosophy will feature a talk on “Picturing Democracy: How Data Visualization Promoted the Free Exchange of Ideas.”

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