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Humanities Months

Humanities Months, Fall 2019

The Department of History is proud to take part in the second annual Humanities Months program at Angelo State University. Each year, faculty members from all departments in the College of Arts & Humanities will select a theme and each department will present on that theme during a designated month. This year, the theme is Boundaries and programming will consist of two Months of Events Sponsored by the College of Arts and Humanities Exploring Boundaries in Human Life, History, and Society. 

Poster of Humanities Months Events

For additional information, please contact the Department of History at 325-942-2324.

Thursday, October 10, 7pm
“Boundaries in Law and Status from Ancient Rome to the Present”
Dr. Devon Stewart, ASU Department of Visual and Performing Arts
Dr. Brenda Norton, ASU Department of Political Science and Philosophy
Location: Eldon Black Recital Hall, Carr Education-Fine Arts Building

Saturday, October 19
Sharing Dance Day, an event of Ballet San Angelo, will feature two performances in partnership with Humanities Months
2pm: “Contemporary Works: Boundaries”
A Performance by Ballet San Angelo
4pm: “Contemporary Works: Boundaries”
4:45pm: Angelo State University Talk Back
Location: Brooks & Bates Theatre @ SAPAC

Wednesday, October 23, 7pm
“Gender Ideology and the Intimate Lives of the Partido Liberal Mexicano”
Dr. Nicole Guidotti-Hernandez, Fellow at Harvard University and Professor at Emory University
Location: Eldon Black Recital Hall, Carr Education-Fine Arts Building

Thursday, November 7, 7pm
“Boundaries in Culture and Democracy”
Dr. Linda Kornasky, ASU Department of English and Modern Languages
Dr. Bruce Hunt, ASU Department of Political Science and Philosophy
Location: CJ Davidson Center

Thursday, November 14, 7pm
“Protecting and Crossing Boundaries”
Dr. Flor Madero, ASU Department of Communication and Mass Media
Dr. Jonathan Graham, ASU Department of History
Dr. Michael Shane Powers, ASU Department of History
Location: CJ Davidson Center

Wednesday, November 20, 12pm-3pm
Student Research Symposium
At this symposium, students will be showcasing work they have completed in classes related to this year’s theme.
Location: CJ Davidson Center