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We’re excited that you’ve joined the conversation! At HMU, we want to continue the great authors’ conversations in a contemporary context, and this blog will help us do that. We look back to Aristotle and the early philosophers who used reason and discourse to gain wisdom and now we endeavor to do the same every day.

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Please join HMU Tutors and staff in congratulating Dr. Marie Teilhard, who successfully completed the Doctor of Arts at Harrison Middleton University. In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Arts program, Dr. Teilhard submitted the following Capstone: “Embrace Spirit, Ignite Art!”. 

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2024 Fellows

Congratulations to our 2024 Fellowship recipients: Jennifer-NeToi Claiborne, Ian Stewart, John Wiley and Tyler Wright. The HMU Fellowship in Ideas is a writing and discussion project in the humanities designed for a recent university graduate from any field who has an interest in the humanities, interdisciplinary dialogue, and intellectual and professional enrichment. Click here to read more about the Fellowship.

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Our screenings and discussions will be guided by a synoptical look at the idea: FRIENDSHIP. We will read and discuss short provocative quotations from a wide variety of authors as a lens through which we examine the films and the important questions they raise.

We will use Zoom to facilitate our discussions for this series. To register, please contact Rebecca Fisher at rf*****@hm*.edu. The film series is free and open to all,

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Students, graduates, and faculty are invited to attend the HMU Community Weekend March 1-3, 2024 in Tempe, Arizona. Click here for more information.

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Please join us for a beautiful, spring weekend in Tempe, Arizona, and the opportunity to meet fellow HMU students, alumni, faculty, and members of the Humanities Advisory Council.

Schedule of Events:

Friday, March 1st – Harrison Middleton University

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Our screenings and discussions will be guided by a synoptical look at the idea: FRIENDSHIP. We will read and discuss short provocative quotations from a wide variety of authors as a lens through which we examine the films and the important questions they raise.

We will use Zoom to facilitate our discussions for this series. To register, please contact Rebecca Fisher at rf*****@hm*.edu. The film series is free and open to all,

 » Read more about: Winter Film Series Discussion: The Banshees of Inisherin  »

Our screenings and discussions will be guided by a synoptical look at the idea: FRIENDSHIP. We will read and discuss short provocative quotations from a wide variety of authors as a lens through which we examine the films and the important questions they raise.

We will use Zoom to facilitate our discussions for this series. To register, please contact Rebecca Fisher at rf*****@hm*.edu. The film series is free and open to all,

 » Read more about: Winter Film Series Discussion: Amour  »

Please join HMU Tutors and staff in congratulating Brandon Harvey, who successfully completed the Doctor of Arts at Harrison Middleton University. In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Arts program, Dr. Harvey submitted the following Capstone: “The Divine Conversation: The Great Books and the Catholic University.”  

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Peter Ponzio attended Dickens Universe, which is a unique cultural event that brings together scholars, teachers, students, and members of the general public for a week of stimulating discussion focused on A Tale of Two CitiesClick here for more information.

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On June 18th, visiting Dominican University as a guest writer, Joseph Coulson spoke to graduate students in the MFA Residency Program. The afternoon discussion focused on how the writing process shifts or changes across different forms, such as poetry, short fiction, and the novel. For the evening session, as one in a trio of guest writers, Coulson read from his poetry and fiction. Dominican University of California is located in San Rafael, just north of San Francisco.

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