The Humanities Department provides research assistance, sponsors events, and is responsible for collection development in support of the following subject areas: Art, Art History, Design, Illustration, Photography, Asian Studies, Classical Studies, Communications, News Media, European Studies, Humanities, Latin American & Iberian Studies, Literature, Linguistics, TESOL, Media Arts, Music, Dance, Performing Arts, Theater, and Philosophy.
Most of the collections are located on level 5. The Asian Studies and Music & Dance collections are located on level 4.
The department houses the Ancient Studies collection is in room 5431 HBLL (level 5) and the art exhibition space “Gallery on Five”.
Last Modified: September 11, 2018