Virtual Offerings of the Humanities Learning Center

The Humanities Learning Center had a lot of fun last academic year bringing you virtual programming while we were away form campus. I encourage you to follow our Facebook page to see everything we release. Here is the link:
Dr. Amy French (History) gave a two-part talk on suffrage. Part One: Part Two:
Professor Donny Winter (English) talked to Amy about his new poetry collection, Carbon Footprint:
Dr. Mike Evans (History) reviewed The Silence of the Girls by Pat Barker, which has been described as a feminist Iliad. Part One: Part Two:
Dr. Amy French went to see the “Spirited” exhibit about prohibition of alcohol at the Castle Museum of Saginaw County History: and
As you can see, we’ve been having a good time sharing our thoughts on a wide range of humanities subjects. At this time when the community can’t come to us, it’s important that we achieve the community college mission and meet you where you are by sharing our classrooms, talents, and insights virtually. Stay tuned for more to come.

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