Humanities

Some sidewalks can now talk to you in Takoma Park

In a city in Maryland, some sidewalks are more than cement, they are supposed to inspire you, make you think, or in some cases just make you laugh. The poetry of the sidewalks is making its way in the town of Takoma Park. The poets are all city dwellers. Takoma …

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WPSU Wins Five Regional Nominations at 2021 Emmy Awards

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – WPSU has won five regional 2021 Emmy nominations, including three for the Speaking Grief initiative, from the Mid-Atlantic section of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The five nominations for WPSU Penn State, which is central Pennsylvania’s public media station, and its university partners …

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Surgical residents create and flourish with ArtsCAFE

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Aug 6, 2021) – ArtsCAFE (Arts Connect Around Food and Enrichment) provides a social network of support for surgical residents to engage in the visual arts while connecting with each other. The study, initially piloted in 2019, is a collaborative effort between the UK General Surgery Residency, UK …

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Derogation granted to private intermediate candidates for complementary examinations in AP. This is how you- Edexlive

Representative image | Photo: Express The Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) has granted an attendance exemption to private applicants (without college studies) with a combination of arts to sit for the intermediate complementary exams to be held in September 2021. The option is available for payment. exemption fees of Rs …

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Children’s Reading Alliance presents ‘The Rooster Who Won’t Shut Up!’ July 23

Newscast Local actress and singer Cassandra Reveles will present “The Rooster That Wouldn’t Be Quiet!” (“El gallo que no se Callaba!”) By Carmen Agra Deedy at 7pm on Friday July 23rd via Zoom. The story will be told in Spanish and English with the participation of the audience. This is …

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Temperance, suffrage partner in a new exhibition

EDWARDSVILLE – Protesters outside the Madison County administration building on Wednesday night were calling for the masks to be released. Inside, another group was calling for freedom from Demon Rum. Several temperance and suffragette protesters – courtesy of the Edwardsville Public Library – attended a reception for “Voices and Votes: …

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The project aims to develop advanced health outcomes for indigenous peoples

Indigenous university professor Chelsea Watego will join QUT on July 26, leading a $ 1.7 million project to develop indigenous health humanities. Professor Watego, who joins QUT from the University of Queensland, said the project aims to develop indigenous health humanities as a new and innovative field of inquiry, creating …

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Over $ 300,000 in funding awarded to researchers at Algoma University

“These awards recognize the success of cutting-edge research conducted by Algoma faculty,” said Algoma U. Two researchers from Algoma University received $ 387,805 in funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Council (SSHRC). Dr. Vivian Jiménez-Estrada received $ 199,870 in partnership development funding for her project leading a network of …

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Lawyer Ben Crump among three speakers at FAMU

National civil rights lawyer and Tallahassee resident Benjamin Crump will be one of three speakers at the summer graduation ceremonies held at Florida A&M University. The ceremonies will honor the summer graduates of the class of 2021 and the graduates of the class of 2020. Also speaking to FAMU graduates …

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The UCT selects the first recipient of the Uyinene Mrwetyana scholarship

“God, let it be positive,” Luhlanganiso Majebe recalls, whispering under his breath as a new email arrived in his inbox. The sender was Associate Professor Shose Kessi, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Cape Town (UCT), and luckily good news was on the agenda. “I am …

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