12 episodes

The Humanities Symposia is a series of presentations and discussions that cover a wide range of topics related to the humanities. It was created as a university outlet for scholars and artists searching for a place to present their research outside of academic conferences. The Symposia allows them to share their research with Trine as well as the local community. For more information about the Symposia, contact Melissa Mayus, Ph.D., assistant professor in Trine’s Department of Humanities and Communication, at mayusm@trine.edu.

Trine Humanities Symposia Melissa Mayus, Josh Hornbacher

    • Education

The Humanities Symposia is a series of presentations and discussions that cover a wide range of topics related to the humanities. It was created as a university outlet for scholars and artists searching for a place to present their research outside of academic conferences. The Symposia allows them to share their research with Trine as well as the local community. For more information about the Symposia, contact Melissa Mayus, Ph.D., assistant professor in Trine’s Department of Humanities and Communication, at mayusm@trine.edu.

    Patrick Ridout

    Patrick Ridout

    • 52 min
    Andy Brown

    Andy Brown

    • 41 min
    Brendan Allen

    Brendan Allen

    • 31 min
    The Truth about Sojourner.

    The Truth about Sojourner.

    On June 6, the Downtown Angola Coalition unveiled a life-size sculpture of Sojourner Truth in front of the Steuben County Courthouse. This presentation looks at who Truth was, why she was recognized, the process of getting the sculpture installed and the impact the sculpture has had on the community.

    • 38 min
    Stories We Tell: Women in the Past

    Stories We Tell: Women in the Past

    Trine University’s Humanities Symposia continues with a look at how women have been portrayed throughout history. Jeanette Goddard, Ph.D., associate professor in Trine’s Department of Humanities and Communication and chair of the Humanities Institute, will present “Stories We Tell: Women in the Past”

    • 32 min
    Baby, You’re No Good: Female Musician’s Rhetorical Self-Agency in the Archives

    Baby, You’re No Good: Female Musician’s Rhetorical Self-Agency in the Archives

    Trine University’s Humanities Symposia will begin for the 2021-22 year with a look at the lack of representation for women in materials at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

    • 27 min

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