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Humanities Center Announces March Lineup
The Humanities Center, based in the College of Arts and Sciences, continues its spring series of lectures, workshops and performances. Special guests include former Public Enemy member Harry Allen, Spanish author and critic Laura Freixas, British-Nigerian singer and UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador nominee Ola Onabulé and cultural theorist Cary Wolfe.
“This spring is one of the Humanities Center’s most ambitious to date,” says Vivian May, director of the center and associate professor of women’s and gender studies. “We’re excited to support a rich array of scholars and artists who engage with the humanities as a public good. Many of them are committed to addressing issues of broad societal concern in the public and scholarly realms.”
All events are free and open to the public. For more information, visit http://www.syracusehumanities.org or call 315-443-7192.