Tag Archives: humanities

Where the wall ends Where the border wall abruptly ends at Sasabe, AZ. Photo: Samuel Fox '14.

Where the Wall Ends

Through funding from the Hurford Center for the Arts & Humanities, anthropology major Samuel Fox ’14 spent his summer in Arizona doing field research and finished the first draft of his novella, which features an anthropologist and a fictional citizen … Continue reading

Active Games and Contests Active Games and Contests, 2012
Hardcover book, acrylic varnish
9 3/8" × 8" × 1¾"

Brian Dettmer: Elemental

Brian Dettmer: Elemental through Sunday, December 15, 2013 Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery Sculptor Brian Dettmer’s Elemental begins and ends as raw material, the physical texts that remain when histories and books slip away into the bits and bytes of the information … Continue reading

Active Games and Contests Active Games and Contests, 2012
Hardcover book, acrylic varnish
9 3/8" × 8" × 1¾"

Brian Dettmer: Elemental

Brian Dettmer: Elemental October 25, 2013 through December 15, 2013 Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery Sculptor Brian Dettmer’s Elemental begins and ends as raw material, the physical texts that remain when histories and books slip away into the bits and bytes of … Continue reading

Active Games and Contests, Brian Dettmer Active Games and Contests, 2012
Hardcover book, acrylic varnish
9 3/8" × 8" × 1¾"

Brian Dettmer: Elemental

Brian Dettmer: Elemental Opening Night: Friday, October 25, 2013 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery Sculptor Brian Dettmer’s Elemental begins and ends as raw material, the physical texts that remain when histories and books slip away into the … Continue reading

Where the wall ends Where the border wall abruptly ends at Sasabe, AZ. Photo: Samuel Fox '14.

Where the Wall Ends

Through funding from the Hurford Center for the Arts & Humanities, anthropology major Samuel Fox ’14 spent his summer in Arizona doing field research and finished the first draft of his novella, which features an anthropologist and a fictional citizen … Continue reading

Mural in Philadelphia Women of Progress by Cesar Viveros and Larissa Preston, 1317 Locust Street, Philadelphia. Photo: Kat Poje '16.

Summer Internships

The John B. Hurford ’60 Center for the Arts and Humanities supports an array of summer opportunities, from internships at Philadelphia-based arts organizations, historical or scholarly societies, publishers and community groups with interests in humanities-related activity, to faculty assistantships designed … Continue reading