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Humanities / Literature

Anne Enright at BC

March 28, 2017

The Irish fiction laureate will speak at the Lowell Humanities Series on March 29. What's on her reading list?

Humanities / History

'Making History Public'

March 25, 2017

The latest student-created exhibit in the series focuses on righting historical wrongs at the turn of the millennium.

Humanities / Literature

Gaming 'Ulysses'

March 17, 2017

The Associated Press features a BC course project to develop a VR game based on James Joyce's famous novel.

Humanities / Literature

Q&A with Laila Lalami

March 01, 2017

She'll discuss her award-winning novel, 'The Moor's Account,' at BC's Lowell Humanities Series.

Humanities / Communication

Will media be crushed?

February 18, 2017

BC's Martha Bayles on challenges facing freedom of the press.

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Humanities / Literature

Gaming 'Ulysses'

March 17, 2017

The Associated Press features a BC course project to develop a VR game based on James Joyce's famous novel.

Humanities / Literature

Lowell Humanities Series

January 23, 2017

The new season of appearances by distinguished authors and scholars is under way.

Humanities / Literature

Joycestick: gaming 'Ulysses'

January 17, 2017

A BC team is creating an immersive, virtual reality computer game adaptation of the James Joyce novel.

Humanities / History

Before 'fake news'

January 11, 2017

False prophecy played a similar role in medieval times, writes BC's Eric Weiskott.

Humanities / Philosophy & Ethics

In Memoriam

December 13, 2016

Philosophy Professor Emeritus William Richardson, S.J., author of a seminal study on Heidegger, has died at age 96.

Humanities / Literature

Joycestick: gaming 'Ulysses'

January 17, 2017

A BC team is creating an immersive, virtual reality computer game adaptation of the James Joyce novel.

Humanities / History

Aleppo a war crime?

January 10, 2017

Associate Professor of History Devin Pendas weighs in on NECN's 'The Take.'

Humanities / Literature

'Watch'

November 25, 2016

A poignant poem by Professor of English Suzanne Matson, published in The Cortland Review.

Humanities / History

The Trump win

November 09, 2016

Listen as presidential historian Patrick Maney outlines two significant advantages Donald Trump will bring to office.

Humanities / Communication

The first debate

September 27, 2016

Communication prof Matt Sienkiewicz weighs in on the candidates' approaches to the first presidential debate.

Humanities / Literature

Gaming 'Ulysses'

March 17, 2017

The Associated Press features a BC course project to develop a VR game based on James Joyce's famous novel.

Humanities / Philosophy & Ethics

Pathfinders

July 10, 2015

The students of a new philosophy course, “Self-Knowledge and Discernment: The Experience of Pilgrimage,” walk Spain’s Camino de Santiago.