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Comparative Arts & Letters
Memory, film, and community—Professor Marc Yamada demonstrates how Kore-eda Hirokazu uses film techniques to create worlds that encourage community in the 2024 P. A. Christensen Lecture.
Faculty from Comparative Arts & Letters share findings from a two-year project to elevate teaching in their department.
Art history students Ivy Griffiths and Emma Belnap excel in their humanities degrees and fellowships.
What Latin poetry teaches about masculinity, human bodies, and the power of acceptance.
College of Humanities professors lecture on the power of a good book.
College faculty explain how art helps us learn about the world around us.
College of Humanities professors dive deep into Church history.
Elliot Wise shares four pieces of artwork that reveal truths about the Crucifixion.
Professor George Handley discusses the intersection of theology and environmentalism.
Jane Hinckley introduces three eighteenth-century women who resisted sexism and inspired the world.
Professor Cecilia Peek shares how to have better communication with God.
Matt and Kerry Wickman share psychological and gospel principles to strengthen marriages.