Humanities

To study in the Humanities is to explore the stories and the ideas that help us think critically and imaginatively about the issues confronting human beings. Examining how these issues have been understood in other times, places and cultures is at the heart of each discipline. As our listings indicate, many of our courses encourage study that connects you to other areas of Marlboro’s curriculum.

Degree fields:

American Studies
Art History
Asian Studies
Classics
History
Languages
Literature
Philosophy
Religion
Writing

 

Gloria BiamonteGloria Biamonte
Writing &
Literature

WilsonT. Hunter Wilson 
Writing and Literature

Rosario de SwansonRosario de Swanson Spanish

WilliamWilliam Edelglass
Philosophy

Adam Franklin-LyonsAdam Franklin-Lyons
History

William Guast
Classics

HarterSeth Harter
History and Asian Studies

LatifAmer Latif
Religion

Grant LiGrant Li
Chinese Language

Kyhl
Lyndgaard

Writing & Literature

MottMeg Mott
Political Theory

de BatlleGeraldine Pittman de Batlle
Literature

RatteFelicity Ratté
Art History

Kate Ratcliff
American Studies

SheehyJohn Sheehy
Writing