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Arts & Humanities

Sara Bancroft
Theatre major and LAMP student

Sara Bancroft

"Through my liberal arts education Iíve gathered tools from different disciplines. I have learned to think critically about different situations and to listen and value the opinions of others even if I donít agree. I want to be a manager in the theater and someday a director as well. Without people skills and problem-solving skills, I wouldnít be able to do these jobs."

A true liberal arts education includes an appreciation of literature and the arts and the cultivation of the aesthetic judgment that makes possible the enjoyment and comprehension of works of the creative imagination. Our students must achieve the genuine literacy required to read and listen effectively, and to speak and write clearly and persuasively. The curriculum of the College of Arts and Sciences helps students discover ethical perspectives, so that they can formulate and understand their own values, become aware of others' values, and discern the ethical dimensions underlying many of the decisions they must make.

Departments, Programs, and Centers in Arts & Humanities Division

Ancient Studies
Art History
Arts and Sciences Career Services
Black Film Center/Archive
Classical Studies
College Arts and Humanities Institute (CAHI)
Collins Living-Learning Center
Communication and Culture
Comparative Literature
Cultural Studies
Film and Media Studies
Fine Arts (Henry Radford School)
Folklore and Ethnomusicology
French and Italian
Germanic Studies
History and Memory, Center for the Study of
Jewish Studies
Language Excellence, Center for (CLE)
Language Technology, Center for (CELT)
Medieval Studies
Religious Studies
Renaissance Studies
Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures
Spanish and Portuguese
Theatre and Drama
Theoretical Inquiry in the Humanities, Center for