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Kaplan Humanities Scholars Orientation, Fall 2019

Big Ideas. Great Teachers. Vital Questions.

The Kaplan Humanities Scholars Program is a team-taught exploration of the humanities for incoming first-years. Kaplan Scholars learn to argue for important values and discriminate among competing forms of evidence by examining how artists, thinkers, and ordinary citizens alike have contributed to the central role of the arts and humanities in our world.
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Jun
24
2021
Behold, Be Held

All Day, Evanston

“And I know what it’s like to behold and not be held.” – Moses Sumney, Lyrics from his song Plastic (2014) In Fall 2020, as our galleri...

Jun
25
2021
Behold, Be Held

All Day, Evanston

“And I know what it’s like to behold and not be held.” – Moses Sumney, Lyrics from his song Plastic (2014) In Fall 2020, as our galleri...

Jun
26
2021
Behold, Be Held

All Day, Evanston

“And I know what it’s like to behold and not be held.” – Moses Sumney, Lyrics from his song Plastic (2014) In Fall 2020, as our galleri...

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Franke Undergraduate Fellows Announced for 2021-2022
Mel Keiser, Artist in Residence, presents Gravedigging Practicum
Franke Graduate Fellows Announced for 2021-2022
2021-22 Kaplan Faculty Fellows Announced!
Wendy Wall awarded MLA Prize for The Pulter Project

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