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Angelo State University Faculty and Students Participate in First Humanities Month Event

October 16, 2018

Prof. William A. Taylor, Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice, participates in the first Angelo State faculty-led Humanities Month event in October 2018.
The College of Arts & Humanities began its first Humanities Month in October 2018. The events feature lectures by both Angelo State faculty and outside guests. The first event with Angelo State faculty took place on October 16 in the Eldon Black Recital Hall and featured lectures by Prof. William A. Taylor (Dept. of Security Studies & Criminal Justice) and Prof. Matthew Gritter (Dept. of Political Science & Philosophy). Both professors used material collected by the History Department’s War Stories team over the course of four years. In addition, Profs. Ashley Meyer and Daniel Anderson from the Theatre Program (Dept. of Visual & Performing Arts), used select stories from the collection to put together a dramatic presentation that featured some first-year students. Around 200 attendees came out for this event.

View videos and discussion questions of these events.