I am a Humanities graduate, and throughout my time on campus, I heard all too often: “What are you going to do with that?!”, when I mentioned that I was studying philosophy, or religion.
In fact, an education in the Humanities has been one of the best choices I’ve made. I’ve learned about the world and my place in it; learned to think and reflect critically; learned to read and write and think and argue. I’ve learned about history and ideas and people – the stuff that makes the world turn, and the perennial questions with which we all struggle.
If you’re interested in culture, history, religion, philosophy and “big ideas”, then you’ll be excited to know about a unique new program:
Community Learning in the Humanities
In this free program, university lecturers will lead interdisciplinary discussions on a new topic each month.
The first class will take place on January 5th, so register today, either online, in the branch of your choice, or by calling 260-2600. For more information about the program, contact: CLHprogram@gmail.com.