“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.
Karl Liechty was awarded the 2015 Gábor Szegő prize for his “original
and profound” research in
orthogonal polynomials and special functions.
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.
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