“Exciting things are happening at the intersection of humanities and technology," says
John Shanahan. DePaul's approach to Digital Humanities is all about
Each fall, archeology students spend a week digging for artifacts from Camp Douglas, the Confederate prisoner-of-war compound. "We’re lucky to be part of this," says Michael Gregory.
A Global Learning Experience class provides a taste of studying abroad without leaving Chicago. The results can be mind-expanding: “It’s easy to get into a rut if you can’t think beyond your own external and internal landscape," says Katelynn Moxon.
In her recent book, Roberta Rosenthal Kwall addresses a pressing problem for Judaism: How to preserve and transmit
tradition, while ensuring the religion’s relevance.
Leonard Jason uses avant-garde research techniques to pin down the nature of two illnesses that are misunderstood by people both inside and outside the healthcare community.
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