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Humanities

The Humanities area encompasses four academic departments and two academic support centers, and programs of study in history, philosophy, political science, American Sign Language, and World Languages, and Women's and Gender Studies. The division employs over 30 full-time faculty, 4 department chairs, 14 full-time staff, and over 80 adjunct instructors. Learn more about the division, the programs, departments, and centers on this website.

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  Faculty Highlights

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Dr. Michael Harding

Dr. Michael Harding, Associate Professor of Philosophy on the Germantown campus, is co-editor of the book Socrates in the Cave: Essays on the Philosopher's Motive in Plato.  The book was published this fall.

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Dr. Iyelli Ichile

Dr. Iyelli Ichile gave a talk to the College and the wider community entitled "#Sidney Randolph: The Lessons and Legacy of Lynching in Maryland" in relation to the new National Lynching Memorial in Alabama.  She was awarded a Paul Peck Smithsonian Fellowship for her pedagogical Discovery Boxes project entitled "Call and Response: Race, Resistance and the Arts."  National Memorial for Peace and Justice https://museumandmemorial.eji.org/


  Michelle Moran

Dr. Michelle Moran
Dr. Michelle Moran, Professor of History on the Rockville campus, gave a presentation based on her project research as a Smithsonian Fellow: "Artifacts of Struggle: Constructing a History of Social Justice."  She published a review of Guenter Risse's Driven by Fear: Epidemics and Isolation in San Francisco's House of Pestilence in the June 2018 issue of the American Historical Review.



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