Join us for our first campus theme event of Fall term:
"Refugee Crisis in Europe: Myth and Reality"
Thursday, October 8, 2015 7pm Meese Room of the Hannon Library
A panel discussion with Marianne Golding (Foreign Languages), Michael Niemann (International Studies), James Phillips (International Studies), Christiane Pyle (Foreign Languages), and Dustin Walcher (History), moderated by Daniel Morris (Foreign Languages).
The Center for the Humanities at SOU consolidates the efforts of the departments of art, communication, language, literature, and philosophy, history, music, and theatre to promote the arts and humanities on the SOU campus and in the community.
The Center for the Humanities is the main organizing group for the SOU Campus Theme Activities.
Each year, the Center for the Humanities selects, with the support of other campus groups, a thematic focus for the year and coordinates lectures, courses and other events around that theme.
2014-15 Campus Theme: Revolution
2012-13, Exploring Happiness
20010-11, On Being Human
2009-10, Tocqueville Imagining America