Humanities & Sciences

What Is It Good For?

What Is It Good For?

October 29, 2009

Last week, the Humanities and Sciences Department presented Visions of War: The Arts Represent Conflict, its Twenty-Third Annual National Conference on Liberal Arts and the Education of Artists. Nearly 100 papers were presented at the conference that also comprised three days of performance, films and panel discussions examining representations of conflict and war in art. […]

Naked Lunch on NPR

October 9, 2009

Yesterday’s episode of NPR’s All Things Considered featured an interview with Regina Weinreich, faculty member in the Humanities and Sciences Department, about the 50th anniversary of William S. Burroughs’ novel Naked Lunch. Weinreich is hosting a program of screenings, poetry readings and performances related to Naked Lunch on Saturday, October 10, at the SVA Theatre, […]

Summer Session: Richard Grayson

Summer Session: Richard Grayson

July 30, 2009

We asked SVA students and faculty to send in work they were creating over the summer. Below is one in an occasional series of Summer Session posts. Faculty member Richard Grayson (BFA FIlm, Video and Animation; Humanities and Sciences; and BFA Photography departments) has his essay “The Forgotten Movie Screens of Broward County” included in […]


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