Registration is happening now for Spring 2019. Still making up your mind? Check out some of these HMST courses! Literature of Empire Intercultural Communication Classes with Chezia Thompson Multicultural Theatre: Asian | Asian American Performance Voices: Women in the Americas HMST full course list for Spring 2019 can be found here: Schedule
After participating in “Taking on the Doctrine of Discovery” conference at Skä•noñh – Great Law of Peace Center on Onondaga Nation Territory #MICA professor Eglute Trinkauskaite is sharing these powerful ideas in the classroom w/ 1st yr students. #Indigenous / #religious studies
Congratulations to David Abalos Aliaga, one of the two 2018 Ginsberg Poetry Prize winners. David joined the MICA community this past school year and studied ceramics at MICA. He is completing his final year at Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. He wrote about his love of writing since he was a teenager, “My poetry is influenced...
Congratulations to Catherine Khamnouane, one of our two winners of the Allen Ginsberg Poetry Prize 2018. Catherine’s practice focuses on the personal relationships we create with and within the varied political power structures that surround us. She graduated from the Interdisciplinary Sculpture program in May of 2018 and plans to continue living, working and making in...
Please join Humanistic Studies at MICA as our graduating seniors present their thesis work. April 27, 2018 at 4 pm in the Bunting Center, fourth floor.
Join MICA professor Jennifer Wallace at Barnes and Noble on 33rd and St. Paul for a reading from her book, Almost Entirely, at 7 pm on April 12, 2018.
Next Tuesday we will have the privilege of hosting Dr. Omnia Amin, Senior Humanities Research Fellow, NYU Abu Dhabi. Her talk, “Violence Against Women & Writers Against Violence: Honor Killings in Modern Arab Literature” will take place at noon in Bunting 452 on April 3.
If you are in the Baltimore/DC area on March 14, please join Jennifer Wallace and Sarah Browning for an evening of poems and conversation sponsored by Baltimore’s wonderful Enoch Pratt Library. The event will be held at the Maryland State Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped (LBPH) 415 Park Ave, Baltimore, MD from 6:30pm to 8:00pm.
Join us for an opportunity to learn and practice reading strategies that increase comprehension and efficiency. Open to all students. Wednesday February 14th 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm in Bunting 460/470 Sponsored by International Education, Advising, the Writing Center and the Humanistic Studies Department
Epicurean Endocrinology: Cooking and Growing Sex in America 7 p.m., Monday, February 19, 2018 Brown Building Room 320 Free and open to all Featuring: Liz Flyntz, Curator and information architect, NYC / Byron Rich, Electronic Art & Intermedia, Allegheny College, PA Curator Liz Flyntz and bio-artist Byron Rich use food to explore contemporary transformations in...