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AC-269259-20
A New Humanities for the 21st Century: Honors Arts and Letters
Aliza Wong, Texas Tech University System

Grant details: https://apps.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=AC-269259-20

Humanitizing the Sciences-Margin Call (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Humanitizing the Sciences-Margin Call
Abstract: Join the Honors College, the HDSTEM Academy, and the Alamo Drafthouse for a special screening of MARGIN CALL. Before the film, there will be a panel discussion with Dr. Paul Bjerk from the TTU t of History and Dr. Michael Farmer from the TTU Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics.
Author: Paul Bjerk
Author: Michael Farmer
Date: 1/26/2023
Location: Lubbokc, TX

Humanitizing the Sciences-12 Angry Men (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Humanitizing the Sciences-12 Angry Men
Abstract: Join us for a special screening exploring the science and pop culture impact behind some of cinema's biggest films. Texas Tech University faculty, Dr. Joshua Smith from the Department of Environmental Toxicology and Dr. Patrick Metze from the Law School, will hold a panel discussion before the screening discussing the aspects of law and forensics seen in 12 Angry Men.
Author: Joshua Smith
Author: Patrick Metze
Date: 3/28/2023
Location: Lubbock, TX
Primary URL: https://drafthouse.com/lubbock/event/humanitizing-the-sciences-12-angry-men

Humanitizing the Sciences-Dark Waters (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Humanitizing the Sciences-Dark Waters
Abstract: Join us for a special screening exploring the science and pop culture impact behind some of cinema's biggest films. Texas Tech University School of Law faculty Dr. Brie Sherwin and Texas Tech University Health Science Center faculty Dr. Ebtesam Islam will hold a panel discussion before the screening discussing the aspects of law and human health seen in Dark Waters.
Author: Brie Sherwin
Author: Ebtesam Islam
Date: 4/24/2023
Location: Lubbock, TX
Primary URL: https://drafthouse.com/lubbock/event/humanitizing-the-sciences-dark-waters

Learning Institutionalized: The Making adn Re-making of University Education from Medieval Bologna and Paris to Modern Lubbock (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Learning Institutionalized: The Making adn Re-making of University Education from Medieval Bologna and Paris to Modern Lubbock
Abstract: John Van Engen, Andrew V. Tackes Professor Emeritus of Medieval History at the Medieval Institute of the University of Notre Dame, and James Turner, Cavanaugh Professor of Humanities and Professor of History Emeritus at the Univesity of Notre Dame, will speak on the medieval and modern roots of the university.
Author: John Van Engen
Author: James Turner
Date: 4/20/2023
Location: Lubbock, TX


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