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Today, the humanities are at a crossroads. Humanists are concerned about a crisis in their disciplines as students increasingly turn to science and engineering. At the same time, new technologies and new, more collaborative modes of scholarship promise to deepen our knowledge of human experience. The Humanities Center is a response to the changing conditions for humanistic inquiry. It represents a call to action, an invitation to explore the possibilities of innovative research in an interdisciplinary setting.

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Upcoming Events

Humanities Center Public Lecture

Flawed Forensics: Why Troubling Expert Evidence Continues to Find its Way to Court Jennifer Mnookin, Dean, David G. Price and Dallas P. Price Professor of...

Tuesday, March 26 5:00pm
**CANCELLED** Workshop: Theorizing Italy - Encounters

This event has been cancelled. At this time, it has not been rescheduled. “Discussion on Selected Works”Giacomo Marramao, Emeritus Professor of Theoretical...

Wednesday, March 27 10:00am
**CANCELLED** Public Lecture: Theorizing Italy - Encounters

This event has been cancelled. At this time, it has not been rescheduled. "Toward a Political Ontology" Giacomo Marramao, Emeritus Professor of Theoretical...

Wednesday, March 27 3:00pm
Can We Wait 75 Years to Cut the Prison Population in Half?

Rochester Decarceration Research Initiative 2018-2019 Speaker Series How Is Rochester a Prison Town? "Can We Wait 75 Years to Cut the Prison Population in...

Wednesday, March 27 5:00pm
Bioethics at the Movies

Preparing students for ethical situations in healthcare Contagion, 11/15, hosted by Dr. Richard Dees Marvin's Room, 12/5, hosted by Dr. Richard...

Thursday, March 28 6:30pm

Recent Events

Humanities Town Hall

Friday, March 22, 2019

Rosenberger Work-in-Progress Seminar

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Humanities Town Hall

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Rosenberger Work-in-Progress Seminar

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

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