Tag: Pedagogy

16 Articles


Humanities Centers as Sites for Dissent: A Panel Discussion at George Mason University

On December 2, Professor Nicoletta Pireddu was invited to speak at the Center for Humanities Research of George Mason University in a panel on “Humanities Centers as Sites of…

December 12, 2020


Krishnan leads Medical Humanities Initiative

Lakshmi Krishnan—a historian of medicine, medical humanities scholar, and physician—is the founding Faculty Director of the Georgetown Medical Humanities Initiative, a cross…

December 3, 2020


Humanities In Action Series

Launched in the Fall 2020 semester, “Humanities in Action” is conceived as a series of connected events highlighting the many ways in which Georgetown scholars and students…

December 1, 2020


Making Communities: Public Science in the Time of COVID-19

Georgetown Humanities, in collaboration with the Medical Humanities Initiative and the Maker Hub at Lauinger Library, co-organized “Making Communities: Public Science in the…

November 5, 2020


How We Vote and What It Means

With the presidential election on the horizon, in the year in which we celebrated the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment securing the right to vote…

October 9, 2020


Theo-Humanism: Professor Paul Heck Launches New MOOC Course on edX

Looking for a pathway to boost your knowledge of theology and humanism? Combining forces with edX (new window)—a platform specifically designed for massive open online courses …

August 17, 2020