Center in the Curriculum

In addition to co-sponsoring class visits by scholars, artists, activists, and others, the Center for the Humanities supports teaching and learning at Grinnell by sponsoring courses in the humanities and social studies curriculums. In the past, these short courses have engaged the center’s annual themes and visitors. More recently, the center has focused on offering short courses that connect in other ways to the center’s programming and that respond to and engage discussions unfolding on campus. These short courses include:

Karla Erickson

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I/Robot - Spring 2021

Caleb Elfenbein

Caleb Elfenbein

Decolonizing the Curriculum - Fall 2019

The Politics of Human Thriving - Spring 2018

The Politics of Human Thriving - Fall 2017

Tyler Roberts

Tyler Roberts

Dis/Unity & Difference - Spring 2019

Dis/Unity & Difference - Fall 2018

Elizabeth Prevost

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Rethinking Global Cultures - Fall 2016

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