Month: October 2012
Open Letter to MAPH 2012-2013 – Service and Humanistic Inquiry
Greetings, MAPHers! I hope this post finds all of you well. I appreciate that some of you may have time to read this, as much as I appreciate that many more of you may not have such time because you are so immersed in your zealous study of those recondite things we call the humanities. […]
Project on Civic Reflection – The Reflection
Tim Fosbury, MAPH ’12, reflections on the MAPH year and his internship at the Project on Civic Reflection. Two phrases stick out in my mind from my MAPH year. First is David Wray’s assertion, during one of our first core lectures no less, that we could expect MAPH to be a sort of “P90X for […]
MAPH’s Colloquium Magazine Launch Party–YOU’RE INVITED!
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Humanities Day 2012
Mark your calendars! Saturday, October 20th is the 34th annual Humanities Day at the University of Chicago. If you aren’t familiar with Humanities Day, it is an epic day of lectures from some of the heavyweights in the university’s Humanities Division. If you happen to be in town, please consider attending! Friends and family are welcome! […]