Engagement Spanning Millennia

Engaging students in a millennia-spanning conversation

“Since the ancient Greek Academy, humanistic inquiry, that is, the exploration and questioning of all ways of human knowing ⏤ from philosophy, literature, and language, to the arts, religious expression, and the writing of history ⏤ have been at the very center of education. What has made this inquiry humanistic, and what makes the humanities the humanities to this day, is the realization that all human knowledge is just that: human.”

― Jeffrey J. Kripal, J. Newton Rayzor Chair in Philosophy and Religious Thought, Department of Religion; Associate Dean, School of Humanities

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