The humanities are foundational to the liberal arts, and thus central to the intellectual, cultural and political life of Bucknell. The mission of the Humanities Center is to enhance the visibility of the humanities on campus and beyond; to coordinate trans-departmental humanities endeavors; and to create an environment that fosters pedagogical excellence and student and faculty scholarship in the humanities.
The Bucknell Humanities Center is rolling out several new fellowship opportunities for faculty and students working in the humanities, thanks to the generous support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the President's Office.Learn More About Fellowship and Grant Opportunities
"My professors challenge me to critically analyze how the past can affect society and now that has become my natural way of thinking."
Major: classics & ancient Mediterranean studies
"Being able to draw connections between classes is one of the great advantages of my liberal arts education."
Major: psychology and religious studies
"Bucknell has taught me that things don’t have to stay the way they are. There is always room for improvement."
Major: history and philosophy
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