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Chronicle: bringing in spring with Humanities events

The Chronicle reports that the “spring counterpart to the fall Humanities Day is in full bloom.” Last month saw Elaine Pagels lecturing on “The Cultural Impact of the Book of Revelation,” Bozena Shallcross on the Nazi practice of commodifying the human body, Simon Goldhill on “The Cotswolds in Jerusalem, and David Joselit kicking off Our Literal Speed.

And we’re not done yet. The month of May brings us Jonathan Hall lecturing on “The Tyranny of Athenian Democracy,” acclaimed writer Stuart Dybek reading from and lecturing on his work, and Maria Loh examining the existential split between the artist and the name on her artwork.

For more information on all these events, visit the Humanities Division calendar.

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