Classics Day winners, Ridgewood High School, Photo courtesy NJ Arts News

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When Democracy Requires Violence

The political problem of post-independence Gabon

Announcing Classics Day 2019!

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Institute for the Humanities Events 2017-18

Objects, Rebels, and Borders

Jim Harris talks about objects in the Cosla Collection, Kasser Theater

The Thing’s “The Thing”

Institute for the Humanities holds workshop on object-based teaching

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Classics Day Winners!

Caroline Howell

Institute for the Humanities Joined by New Program Assistant

Caroline Howell is the Institute’s new program assistant

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Why learn? To make a living . . . or make a life?

The Institute for the Humanities hosts an “intercollegiate” discussion

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French Day 2015

Last year's language days organizers.  Left to right: Kate Loysen (Modern Language and Literatures), Anne Edstrom (Spanish and Italian), Victoria Larson (Institute for the Humanities), Mary Ann Re (Coccia Institute)

Four Language Days at Montclair State

"Cerberus," the three-headed hound!

Classics Day 2014

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“Nature? Or nurture?”

The Institute for the Humanities hosts an interdisciplinary conversation.

Newark Public Library, where Neil Klugman works in Goodbye Columbus: "I sat on a bench and looked out towards Broad Street and the morning traffic," (Philip Roth: Goodbye, Columbus)

Jersey-scape Poets,William Carlos Williams, Philip Roth: “an attachment so rooted”