In History, Philosophy and Liberal Studies, we strive to understand human existence. We explore the past and the present, and consider what the future might hold. As a student of these disciplines, you develop skills in clear thinking, effective argumentation, cogent interpretation, and persuasive written and spoken communication. Combining study of the humanities with these 21st century skills, a degree in History, Philosophy or Liberal Studies is a strong complement to a major in the sciences or health professions.
Elizabeth De Wolfe publishes guest blog for Wiki Educational Foundation on women and gender studies student projects showing 'Wikipedia' articles to be male-centric
Elizabeth De Wolfe, Ph.D., professor of history, has published a guest blog for the Wiki Education Foundation on the women and gender studies-centered Wikipedia projects...
An interview with David Livingstone Smith, Ph.D., professor of philosophy in the Department of History and Philosophy , on the notion of purpose was posted...
Elizabeth De Wolfe, Ph.D., professor of history, and Jennifer Tuttle, Ph.D., Dorothy M. Healy Professor of Literature and Health, both in the College of Arts...
Lecture Center for Global Humanities Lecture/Seminar Series