Humanities-Northeast Campus

According to Socrates "the unexamined life is not worth living." By studying the humanities, students will have the opportunity to examine the diverse expressions of human experience. The humanities can be understood as the systematic study of the human artistic/creative response to the circumstances of existence. Human creativity in all cultures has manifested itself in a variety of forms including, but not limited to the academic disciplines of: painting, sculpture, architecture, literature, poetry, drama, philosophy, music, dance, and film. Humanities courses approach this subject matter in a manner that encourages the cultivation of diverse cultural and analytical perspectives in an attempt to carefully reflect upon the wider implications of being human. Join us as we look across the evidence of man’s endeavors to find connections among seemingly unrelated events, products, and ideas. In our humanities courses we will find the breadth of a liberal arts education, not only more depth.

Faculty

Amanda Blackman
office 2301
phone 918.595.7424
e-mail: amanda.blackman@tulsacc.edu

 

 

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