The New Humanities The Chronicle of Higher Education
Construction Watch: Missouri S&T to build lab for study of humanities and technology | - University Business
Construction Watch: Missouri S&T to build lab for study of humanities and technology | University Business
SMOLDER: More focus needed on humanities RU Daily Targum
Humanities education is central to democracy Times Higher Education (THE)
THE PUBLIC EDITOR: Popping the humanities bubble, one section at a time Johns Hopkins News-Letter
Can You Get Students Interested in the Humanities Again? These Colleges May Have It Figured Out - The Chronicle of Higher Education
Can You Get Students Interested in the Humanities Again? These Colleges May Have It Figured Out The Chronicle of Higher Education
Humanities Fest Is Thursday at ECC | County The Missourian
New digital humanities class aims to bring more humanities students to computation - The Daily Pennsylvanian
New digital humanities class aims to bring more humanities students to computation The Daily Pennsylvanian
The fiction surrounding humanities The Stanford Daily
To halt the crisis in the humanities, higher ed should rethink its classification of knowledge (opinion) - Inside Higher Ed
To halt the crisis in the humanities, higher ed should rethink its classification of knowledge (opinion) Inside Higher Ed
CLC names new dean of Communication Arts, Humanities and Fine Arts Chicago Daily Herald
The humanities may seem pointless, but that is the point America Magazine
Loebsack endows new 'Lectures in Law and Humanities Series' at Clemson Clemson Newsstand
Johns Hopkins announces inaugural Humanities Research Symposium The Hub at Johns Hopkins
A Modern Great Books Solution to the Humanities' Enrollment Woes - The Chronicle of Higher Education
A Modern Great Books Solution to the Humanities' Enrollment Woes The Chronicle of Higher Education
How Harold Bloom misunderstood the fall of the humanities The Washington Post
Commentary: Hand-wringing humanities departments should take a refresher in the law of supply and demand - Chicago Tribune
Commentary: Hand-wringing humanities departments should take a refresher in the law of supply and demand Chicago Tribune
Revisiting medieval times UCI News
Science Communication is Broken: The humanities are the cure UConn Daily Campus
Missouri S&T to build laboratory for study of humanities and technology - Missouri S&T News and Research
Missouri S&T to build laboratory for study of humanities and technology Missouri S&T News and Research
On Humanities Day, Everything Is Everything Becoming Everything The Chicago Maroon
Adventures in the New Humanities: Archiving St. Olaf College News
Flyby | The blog of The Harvard Crimson Harvard Crimson
Keena Arbuthnot is named associate VP for Humanities, Social Sciences, and Allied Fields at LSU - St. Louis American
Keena Arbuthnot is named associate VP for Humanities, Social Sciences, and Allied Fields at LSU St. Louis American
Emory Event Explores The Intersection Of Psychiatry And The Humanities | 90.1 FM WABE - WABE 90.1 FM
University initiative works to include Indigenous perspective into humanities work - Minnesota Daily
WSU launches Center for Arts and Humanities The Daily Evergreen
'An ethical quandary': In face of national humanities decline, English department reckons with future of graduate students - CU Columbia Spectator
'An ethical quandary': In face of national humanities decline, English department reckons with future of graduate students CU Columbia Spectator
“The very nature of our being is tied up in the humanities:” Panelists make case for the importance of humanities majors – The Review - University of Delaware Review
“The very nature of our being is tied up in the humanities:” Panelists make case for the importance of humanities majors – The Review University of Delaware Review
Survey of All Students question raises concerns about humanities student inclusion - The Rice Thresher
Survey of All Students question raises concerns about humanities student inclusion The Rice Thresher
thetimes24-7.com The Times
Concordia University students forge broader connections by studying humanities in affordable and progressive Montreal - Straight.com
Concordia University students forge broader connections by studying humanities in affordable and progressive Montreal Straight.com
New Ph.D. Policies Could Mean Hard Trade-Offs for Humanities The Chicago Maroon
Oregon Humanities seeks conversation leaders | Community The Chief News
Culture Report: Digital Humanities Is the Field You Didn't Know You Needed Voice of San Diego
When We Take Offense Yale Daily News
Perry Library Hosting Humanities Iowa Program on Iowa Caucuses raccoonvalleyradio.com
Humanities Montana reopens grant programs | Local Billings Gazette
Harvard University Professor Danielle Allen Receives Governor's Award in the Humanities | News - Harvard Crimson
Harvard University Professor Danielle Allen Receives Governor's Award in the Humanities | News Harvard Crimson
Mercer University Press Among Recipients of Eighth Annual Governor's Awards for the Arts and Humanities - Mercer News
Mercer University Press Among Recipients of Eighth Annual Governor's Awards for the Arts and Humanities Mercer News
All voices should be heard, federal humanities funder says Honolulu Star-Advertiser
DC professor named to Ohio Humanities board Defiance Crescent News
University of Montana budget cuts of 20% in 3 years bite College of Humanities and Sciences - Missoulian
University of Montana budget cuts of 20% in 3 years bite College of Humanities and Sciences Missoulian
The world’s top economists just made the case for why we still need English majors - The Washington Post
The world’s top economists just made the case for why we still need English majors The Washington Post
Eugene Lang College Dean Stephanie Browner Awarded National Endowment for the Humanities Grant - The New School News
Eugene Lang College Dean Stephanie Browner Awarded National Endowment for the Humanities Grant The New School News
University of Sheffield chosen as hub for major humanities festival University of Sheffield News
38th Kentucky Book Fair features 200 regional, national authors Saturday at Kentucky Horse Park - User-generated content
38th Kentucky Book Fair features 200 regional, national authors Saturday at Kentucky Horse Park User-generated content
Humanity in focus UCI News
Recent faculty departures prompt concerns over diversity and the humanities – The Review - University of Delaware Review
Recent faculty departures prompt concerns over diversity and the humanities – The Review University of Delaware Review
Prism Paterson on News 12 NJ Felician College
Terre Haute artist in inaugural class of Humanities Action Fellows Terre Haute Tribune Star
Kemp Announces Governor's Awards for the Arts and Humanities All On Georgia
Friday essay: thinking like a planet - environmental crisis and the humanities - The Conversation AU
Friday essay: thinking like a planet - environmental crisis and the humanities The Conversation AU
Art & Soul: The Visual Arts - U-M Mural Catalyst For Conversation, Inspires New Way Of Seeing Things - WEMU
Art & Soul: The Visual Arts - U-M Mural Catalyst For Conversation, Inspires New Way Of Seeing Things WEMU
Designing for play UCI News
A good word for the humanities Catholic Outlook
Industry: 'No need for more graduates in the humanities' University World News
Higher education has become a net subtraction from reasonableness The Washington Post
Giving to keep a language alive UCI News
2 local residents among recipients of 2019 Governor’s Awards for the Arts & Humanities - Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
2 local residents among recipients of 2019 Governor’s Awards for the Arts & Humanities Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
ARTS AND HUMANITIES: Museum showcases 19th-century furniture Aiken Standard
Inaugural Kentucky Humanities Carl West Literary Award presented to Kentucky author Wendell Berry - User-generated content
Inaugural Kentucky Humanities Carl West Literary Award presented to Kentucky author Wendell Berry User-generated content
Iowa State gains faculty learning communities | News Iowa State Daily
Explore Connecticut's literary trail with Connecticut Humanities' new app Connecticut Magazine
‘We are fulfilling our goal.’ Mercer University Press earns arts and humanities Governor’s Award - Macon Telegraph
‘We are fulfilling our goal.’ Mercer University Press earns arts and humanities Governor’s Award Macon Telegraph
Jerry Torr named to board of Indiana Humanities The Banner-Graphic
Building an Undergraduate Curriculum in the Digital Humanities at Seton Hall - Seton Hall University News & Events
Building an Undergraduate Curriculum in the Digital Humanities at Seton Hall Seton Hall University News & Events
Digital Humanities Graduate Certificate Takes Interdisciplinary Approach | University Libraries - CU Boulder Today
Digital Humanities Graduate Certificate Takes Interdisciplinary Approach | University Libraries CU Boulder Today
Allegany College of Maryland hosting Expressions cover design exhibition Cumberland Times-News
Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Society of Fellows in the Humanities job with THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG | 184967 - Times Higher Education (THE)
Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Society of Fellows in the Humanities job with THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG | 184967 Times Higher Education (THE)
University cuts humanities program even as it employs over a dozen people 'with the title of VP or higher' - The College Fix
University cuts humanities program even as it employs over a dozen people 'with the title of VP or higher' The College Fix
Delaware Humanities to host 'A Royal Affair' lecture Hockessin Community news
Times Higher Education ranks MIT No. 1 university worldwide for economics and business for 2020 - MIT News
Times Higher Education ranks MIT No. 1 university worldwide for economics and business for 2020 MIT News
University Cutting Humanities Program While Employing Over a Dozen VPs in Administration - legal Insurrection
University Cutting Humanities Program While Employing Over a Dozen VPs in Administration legal Insurrection
Blockchain on the Arno Yahoo Finance
Humans are not special, hate to break it to you
I hate to break it to you, but humans are not all that special really. I laugh at the self importance humans place on this species as if some how they are better, more evolved or the divine work and special project of a God. There is actually not a single piece of evidence for that. We see the same general characteristics we see in humans in house pets, primates, birds and even fish. Yes, indeed we have a larger brain and the point is? Few humans bother to use its potential. Now that I have offended every human on the planet, let me recommend a book to you:
Sir Francis Drake
FRANCIS DRAKE: - It is my perspective that history has had secrets which Royal Families like the Stuart Bees needed to keep close to their vest; and that these secrets are still kept by our supposed 'experts' in history, to this day. The English claim to ownership in the Americas has been made on the basis of John Cabot who may never have reached the area of Canada and that Venetian half witted mariner was laughing-stock among his contemporaries. If our history allows that other nations would have given credit and rights based on his story - then almost any kind of secret agreement can be imagined. It must have involved the Holy Alliance which continued in such later acts as The Treaty of Verona between the Romano-Bruttii of Rome and England in 1822.
An Interview on History and Educational Media
1. Can you briefly summarize why you think history is a weapon of war against people?
Smart Art Investments - Buy What You Love!
Collecting art can be one of the most enjoyable ways to spend your money. But a painting can provide you with more than just viewing pleasure. It can be a financial investment. This weeks 'Advance' is dedicated to exploring one of principals for selecting quality art. Buy what you love! But what constitutes a painting that will be a pleasure to look at and increase in value?
The following is a general over view of African Masks.
A decade that stands out above the rest of our world's history as a time of revolutionary changes from all over the globe - changes that even effected outer space. There was unprecedented levels of sexual freedom celebrated among the world's youth, and teenagers around the world revolted against the generations before them. Radio brought the people completely new sounds in music, with the chart toppers fighting over the number one spots each week. The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Elvis Presley, among others, released one hit after another throughout the sixties.
Celtic Jewelry: Ancient Symbolism in Popular Fashion
The mysterious and the mystical have always had the power to hold human beings in thrall throughout the millennia. Celtic jewelry is no exception to this, since they are an extension and a reminder of the traditions and rituals of the Celts, an ancient European people. Today, men and women of all ages wear Celtic jewelry not only for their beauty, but also for their symbolism and metaphysical connotations.
How To Get Rich and Die Quick!
It is funny how web site promotion can suddently plunge you into literary exploits...
A Defense of Cultural Intelligence
When humans set off to address fundamental issues about what and how life is to be, two important questions exercise the conscience though a middle-ground question could arise from these two. One question is: 'how do we make humans the measure of all things for now and for things that are to come?' The other question is: 'how do we make nature the measure of all things for now and for things that are to come?'
Last Chance to See: Grove Mill, Mitcham
Grove Mill, Mitcham; where in 1934 many of the iron wheels from Surrey Iron Railway waggons were still visible in the tail-race, is being given the Ravensbury treatment. All but the central building is being cleared for housing.
Those Dirty Mexicans--Oh, Really?
When my wife and I announced that we were moving to Mexico, one of my wife's relatives asked us,
The Different Styles of Inuit Sculptures
At first, all Inuit soapstone sculptures from the Arctic may look alike. However, there are variances in artistic styles among the different Inuit art producing communities. Although all communities produce Inuit sculptures featuring both animal and human subjects, some seem to do more animals while others do more people figures. Some communities make their subjects appear quite realistic with lots of high detail while in others, a more crude and primitive look is preferred. There are Inuit sculptures that have a highly polished finishes and some that are the complete opposite where they are left dull and unpolished.
Precious Stones The Big Five - Part 4 The Diamond
The diamond is generally regarded as the premier gem in the world of precious stones.
Opal Jewelry -- Your Own Personal Piece of Rainbow
Opal is a magnificent gemstone whose shades encompass virtually every hue in the color spectrum. The play of color is different on every stone, and its shimmering hues gave rise to the word 'opalescent.' Because it is such an entrancing and unique gemstone, it is no wonder that opal jewelry is very popular among collectors and fashion enthusiasts.
Original Tribal masks are often seen by unknowing eyes as art objects in themselves. That is not the case, unless of course they are modern copies. A tribal mask has embued power and is alive during the ceremony for which it is used. An African visitor to a London museum stated, "This mask is dead." He was seeing the mask out of context, it had lost its power for the people who created it and the the magic had died.
My Introduction To Northwest Coast Native American Art
I had lived in Vancouver very briefly as a child and it was during that time when I was first exposed to the art of the Northwest Coast Native American Indians. It was the towering colorful totem poles out in Stanley Park that everyone gazed at with wonder and appreciation. It took about 30 years later during a return trip to Vancouver when Northwest Coast Native American art caught my eyes again.
The Life of Nikola Tesla - Intro
It is not my purpose to claim to know all the wonders of the life of this great man who is acknowledged as one of the great inventors of all time. Those who give him that kind of acknowledgement on TV or elsewhere are not telling the whole story. There are secret projects underway that he was involved with. HAARP is just one example; it is an extension of his radio antennae that he spent a fortune trying to develop. These technologies are potentially able to destroy all life on earth; as they are kept by war-mongers and those who might leave earth for a while and then return to take over and start anew. Or maybe it will simply be a case of successful social engineering as the mind control uses get ramped out on space platforms to accentuate the ground carrier thought cloning already done by the likes of Michael Persinger. There was a time when Tesla was hood-winked by the power elite and despite him being a good person he was not politically as wise as we all must become if things are to really change.
The Monsters Mother
Somewhere in the world, every eight seconds, a mother is throwing her hands in the air and declaring that her child is a little monster. But for Echidna it was the literal truth.
Mexican Living: Doctors, Doctors, Doctors
I am sick. I don't know what's wrong nor if what I have has an official name. Maybe they call it, "Ah-ha-now-you-can't-breathe-well-and-feel-like-you-are-going-to-die virus. I don't know. I will probably go to the doctor tomorrow if I am not feeling better.
Astrologers Just Plain Stupid?
We live at an interesting time of scientific knowledge. Scientists say that you cannot gain an advantage over the Casino, since the odds are stacked against you. Scientists also say that Astrology does not seem feasible, since it does not fit in with known scientific laws. However, it is estimated that approximately 100 million people in the world either follow Astrology or see that there is some truth in it.
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