In History, Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities, 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 Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities is a strong complement to a major in the sciences or health professions.
David Livingstone Smith, Ph.D., professor of philosophy, will serve as a panelist at the 2017 Black New England Conference, which will be held at the...
“Getting Rid of 'Racism,'” an essay by David Livingstone Smith, Ph.D., professor of philosophy, was published on the Philosophy Talk website on October 3. While...
To mark Constitution Day 2017, faculty members from University of New England College of Arts and Sciences took part in an event titled, “Making Sense...