The Interdisciplinary Humanities Program is a sequence of four chronologically arranged courses, ordinarily intended for freshmen and sophomores, which introduces the cultural history of the Western world. The program is team-taught, with joint lectures for all students and smaller discussion sections. It focuses on major phenomena in Western arts, literature, history, philosophy, and religion.


New Humanities courses begin this fall!
June 1, 2014
The Interdisciplinary Humanities Program is excited to introduce two new 200-level courses in 2014-15.
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Professor Engel to Publish with Cambridge University Press
December 10, 2013
Humanities professor Bill Engel, author of five books on intellectual history and literary studies,
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