The Wichitan

Humanities welcomes diversity with African American Art and Literature course

Madison Davis, Reporter

December 18, 2018

Tyler M. Williams , humanities assistant professor, is teaching an African-American Art and Literature course that will analyze the upbringing of literary works that give insight to political battles from the perspective of African Americans dating back to 1945. “One of the results of a recent cam...

New club encourages ‘seeing different perspectives’

Kara McIntyre

January 25, 2017

Driving down Seymour Road, one-story brick houses and white picket-fenced neighborhoods lining the approximate eight-minute trip from campus, a white adobe church sits in a small parking lot waiting for Rev. Fr. Peter Kavanaugh and his family to open the doors. Saint Benedict Orthodox Church welcomed th...

Diverse course offering adds depth to education

Diverse course offering adds depth to education

The Wichitan

January 30, 2015

When I started as an associate professor of humanities and English in the fall of 2015, I was excited not only to start teaching film courses again, but also to meet the dynamic faculty and students of the Department of English, Humanities and Philosophy—including faculty member of the year, professor K...

Two Prothro-Yeager professorships filled for fall

Two Prothro-Yeager professorships filled for fall

Ethan Metcalf

March 25, 2014

Two tenure-track assistant professor positions were filled in the Prothro-Yeager College of Humanities and Social Sciences this fall. Tench Coxe, Intensive English Language Institute program coordinator since Fall 2012, will fill the humanities position opened by the retirement of Lynn Hoggard, and...

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