Each semester, upper-level architecture students participate in the visiting critic program that brings leading architects and scholars from around the world to the School. Five studios will be held this spring. Benjamin Vanmuysen (Boghosian Fellow 2019–2020) Benjamin Vanmuysen will teach…
Advancing Discovery: Faculty Research in the Humanities—Part IV
“Democratization” and “internationalization” are not just fancy buzzwords; they are the stuff of a new breed of humanists, committed to making knowledge more open, inclusive and democratic. At Syracuse, this quest plays out daily on multiple stages—from Syracuse Symposium to the Democratizing Knowledge Project to departments and programs across campus. The result? “A newfound respect for experiential knowledges and subjugated histories,” says Linda Carty, associate professor of African American studies.
“Democratizing Knowledge” is the fourth and final installment in a series about faculty research in the humanities. The article examines ways in which humanists bridge theory and practice, while cultivating a greater appreciation and empathy for humanity. “Even if we cannot agree on what they are,” says Gerald Greenberg, senior associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, “the humanities are critical to our survival.”