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Thinking Out Loud

Developing insight into human thought, culture, and history—insight that connects deep knowledge to the way we live.

LIFE IN THE TIME OF COVID-19

The WVU Humanities Center announces an immediate grants competition, funded by a WVU endowment from the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation. The purpose of this competition is to fund humanities-related projects that respond to the emerging COVID-19 global pandemic.

Due: May 18, 2020

Collaborative and interdisciplinary projects are especially encouraged

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Fifth Annual

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Annual Theme

The Humanities Center's 2019-2020 Speakers Series, theme, "The Future," demonstrates the significant role and impact that humanities perspectives bring to discussions and applicable outcomes concerning the future.
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Campus Read

WVU's Campus Read is spearheaded by the Humanities Center, aimed at engaging the campuses and community in a common reading experience to foster dialogue, critical thinking and community participation.
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WVU Reads

Take a trip with Geoff Hilsabeck through "Educated: A Memoir," by Tara Westover, West Virginia University's 2019-2020 Campus Read book. Join Geoff as he talks about the themes of "Educated," and discusses key points with colleagues and experts.  

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