Three project teams that include MSU College of Arts & Letters faculty and students were among the 10 teams receiving funding in the 2016 Humanities Without Walls (HWW) Global Midwest Grants. Learn more.
This year’s MSU Theatre 2 Film project will benefit from the advice and expertise of Kathleen Glynn, producer of the Academy Award-winning film, “Bowling for Columbine.” Learn more.
MSU Department of Linguistics and Germanic, Slavic, Asian and African Languages alumni are invited to grab a front-row seat as MSU faculty and students explore today's most pressing issues and reconnect with fellow Spartans on April 9th. Learn more.
College of Arts & Letters Dean Christopher P. Long has named Dr. Amy DeRogatis, professor of Religion and American Culture in the Department of Religious Studies, as Faculty Excellence Advocate (FEA) for the College. Learn more.
Sean Valles, assistant professor in the Lyman Briggs College and in the Department of Philosophy, and Joshua Yumibe, associate professsor and director of Film Studies, received the 2016 Teacher-Scholar Award. Learn more.
Congratulations to Danielle DeVoss for receiving one of the 2016 William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Awards for all of her significant contributions to the College of Arts & Letters! Learn more.
Join us for the MSU Department of Theatre’s Fifth Annual Theatre Film Festival featuring a short film created in THR404 – Topics in Acting and Directing III. Directed by MSU faculty member Mark Colson, students have developed a show that will be viewed first as a theatrical piece and later as a film. Learn more.Communication Arts & Sciences Building false YYYY/MM/DD
Presented by Jyotsna Singh, Swarnavel Pillai, Karin Zitzewitz, Sean Pue and Rajiv Ranjan. Opening Reception 5 - 6 p.m, film at 6 PM.
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Featured artists include: William Kentridge, Shirin Neshat, and Steve McQueen. Organized by Josh Yumibe and Connor Ryan.
Join us in the REACH gallery to view work by teens to improve literacy through photography and give teens a voice for activism using photographs.
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