The department of Comparative Cultural awards our first Clara M. Lovett Humanities in Action grants this month. The Clara M. Lovett Humanities in Action Fund supports Public Humanities programming that is community focused and advances the professional development of students. Thanks to a generous grant from past NAU president Dr. Clara Lovett (1993-2001), we will award two annual grants to teams comprised of NAU faculty and students who are engaged in community-based Public Humanities projects. Two grants for… Read more
CCS End of Year Celebration!
CCS celebrated our spring 2023 Outstanding Senior Katherine Leddy, our scholarship winners Joce Dolezal (Lakeview United Methodist Scholarship), Kieran McKinney (Lakeview United Methodist Scholarship), and Morgan Wood (Lois Kellogg Duncan Scholarship and the Gary Kane Study Abroad Scholarship), and our junior book prize winners Joce Dolezal (Public Humanities, Lee Wiechmann (Museum Studies), and Mckenzi Monical (Art History) at our end of semester reception on May 11! Learn more about CCS awards and scholarships at Read more
Congratulations to our graduating seniors in our Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Cultural Studies program!
We are proud of our graduating seniors for the BA in CCS students for spring 2023! We chose to feature one of our students in the program as the semester ends.
Alexis Nelson will graduate this week with her BA in CCS with… Read more
Student News: Congratulations to CCS 2023 study abroad scholarship recipient Morgan Wood!
Congratulations to CCS undergraduate student Morgan Wood, who will receive the Gary Kane Study Abroad Scholarship offered by the department of Comparative Cultural Studies! Morgan is a major in Comparative Cultural Studies with a minor in Museum Studies. Morgan will study… Read more
Congratulations to our graduating seniors in our Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies-Humanities program!
We are proud of our graduating seniors for the BIS in Humanities students for spring 2023! We chose to feature a few of our students in the program as the semester ends.
Gladys Ripley will graduate this week in the program and intends to apply to law school in… Read more
Faculty News: Assistant Professor of Humanities Dr. Marco Cabrera Geserick will become the next coordinator for Latin American Studies
Congratulations to Assistant Professor of Humanities Dr. Marco Cabrera Geserick! He will become the next coordinator of Latin American Studies in fall 2023. He is a specialist in Latin American history and cultural history. His research explores issues of memory and history in nineteenth-century U.S. and Latin America.