Humanities West in San Francisco invited Dr. Carpino to speak at their 2020 series Etruscan Italy: Life and Afterlife. An internationally recognized expert in Etruscan art, Dr. Carpino will present “Quintessentially Etruscan: Art and Architecture from the Villanovan to the Etrusco-Roman Period” on February 29, 2020. Her talk will explore how analysis of Etruscan art reveals a remarkable Mediterranean culture.… Read more
It is never too early to decide to advance your degree progress by taking summer courses offered by Comparative Cultural Studies!
The NAU Aspirations website features the hopes, dreams, and goals of Lumberjack students, faculty, and staff. Comparative Cultural Studies Professor of the Comparative Study of Religions and director of the Martin Springer Institute Björn Krondorfer frequently provides students with opportunities to participate in public humanities projects focused on original research. During spring 2020, undergraduate and graduate students began archiving a box of World War II photos donated to the Martin Spring Institute under the direction of Dr. Krondorfer. Learn… Read more
Congratulations to CCS Art History alum Margaret Sheble, recipient of the 2020-2021 Helen Ann Mins Robbins Fellowship in Medieval Studies at Rochester University!
Margaret Sheble is a Ph.D. candidate in English at Purdue University. Her dissertation project, “Arthurian Women and the Autonomy of Suicide,” argues that suicides in “Arthurian texts reflect wider concerns of ideal heteronormativity, gender roles, and… Read more