We are pleased to announce the lineup for this semester’s Humanities Forum. Featuring an award-winning author, acclaimed researcher in disability studies, noted scholar of masculinity and migration in Italy, as well as a major contributor to the world of modern philosophy, this semester’s forum will enliven The University of Scranton campus through lively discussion and debate.
Building upon last years wildly-successful Humanities Forum, this year’s offerings will feature 8 events curated by faculty members for the students, staff, and faculty at The University of Scranton. The Humanities Forum is a place where the campus and greater Scranton community can come together to engage with important topics brought to campus from speakers from across the humanistic disciplines.
We look forward to seeing you at our events. All events are free and open to the public.