The Center for Humanities and Society

Arts and Sciences
Scholars Commons

About the Center for Humanities and Society

The Center for Humanities and Society is dedicated to the idea that the various approaches characteristic of scholarship in the humanities area can illumine issues of broad public interest.  We sponsor programs designed to bring historical, philosophical, literary and other perspectives into conversation on a variety of topics.  Established in 2010, CHS programs to date include a half-day symposium on “The Persistence of Evil” and a series of lectures on “Humanities Perspectives on Islam.”  (for more on these events, see Events or News).

Currently located in Diffenbaugh 421, CHS enjoys a close working relationship with the Scholars Commons in Strozier Library, and receives financial support from the College of Arts and Sciences.  Goals for the future include the establishment of a Fellows Program, with undergraduate, graduate, and faculty participants working together to produce publications on an annual theme.    

FSU Center for Humanities & Society Advisory Committee

Advisory Committee
From left to right standing: Neil Jumonville, John Corrigan, Candace Ward, John Kelsay;
From left to right seated: Tim Stover, Aimee Boutin, Darrin Mcmahon

You are invited to
listen to the talk
delivered by Prof.
Will Hanley, FSU
Department of
History, "The First
British Mosques :
1880 - 1940
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