Welcome

Founded in 1999, the Program in Cultures, Civilizations and Ideas teaches a year-long intensive course focusing on the meaning of culture: what it is, how it functions, and how we, as subjects, participate in it.

The texts that we examine exemplify a number of social, political, philosophical, and literary currents from the past that have made us who we are as citizens, intellectuals, artists, scientists, and observers in the world today.

The CCI Program also hosts a colloquium series and interdisciplinary symposia that address issues in the humanities. Please check Events.

Spring Semester 2021-2022 Honors Seminar

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“The Politics of Adaptation”
Dr. Angelina Del Balzo
HUM 331 Spring 2022

Recent Events

“Wittgensteinian Literary Criticism? An Investigation of Stanley Cavell’s Essay on King Lear.”
Professor Toril Moi
6 December, 19.30
These events are open to the public and everyone is welcome to attend.
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“Virtue Aesthetics”
Matthew Sussman
25 November, 12:30 
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“Aesthetic Injustice.” “
Dominic McIver Lopes
9 September, 19:00
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