Humanities Moments

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Torso with Hands on Hips, 1994, by Nancy Fried, American, b. 1945

by Ann Fox, professor of English at Davidson College
Paris café

by Peter Galison, Joseph Pellegrino University Professor in History of Science and Physics at Harvard University
Madonna

by Caroline A. Jones, professor of art history at MIT
Socrates

by Thérèse Cory, associate professor of philosophy at Notre Dame University
Sappho

by Mab Segrest, Professor Emerita, Connecticut College
Gilgamesh

by Hollis Robbins, Johns Hopkins University
“The Anxiety of Influence: A Theory of Poetry,” by Harold Bloom

by William Leuchtenburg, William Rand Kenan Jr. professor emeritus of history, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
G.W. Hegel

by Nancy J. Hirschmann, professor of political science, University of Pennsylvania
Candles

by Catherine Newell, assistant professor of religious studies, University of Miami & The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress
Benedict Anderson's Imagined Communities

by Alexander Knirim, Bayreuth University & The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress
Upton Sinclair's The Jungle

by Kristen Shedd, Fullerton College & The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress
Betting on Zero

by Edward J. Balleisen, professor of history at Duke University
The Virginia State Capitol

by Daniel J. Palazzolo, 56, professor of political science at the University of Richmond
Bolivia

by Edward Kinman, age 59, Professor of Geography and Coordinator of the Virginia Geographic Alliance
Writing poetry

by Patricia Matthew, 49, English professor living in Brooklyn, New York
From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler

by Morna O’Neill, age 41, art history professor
Family Tree

by Molly A. Warsh, Assistant Professor of World History, University of Pittsburgh
Fishing Camp

by Matthew Booker, associate professor of American environmental history, North Carolina State University
The Vatican

by Michael Fontaine, 40, professor of classics at Cornell University
Mount Rushmore

by Ben Vinson III, Provost and Executive Vice President of Case Western Reserve University
Plutarch's “Lives”

by Jaroslav Folda, N. Ferebee Taylor Professor emeritus, UNC
Mason-Dixon Line

by Julie Mullis, Wilkes Community College
“Persepolis,” by Marjane Satrapi

by Theresa Pierce, Rowan County Early College
Joan of Arc, from 'Vie des Femmes Celebres,' c. 1505

by Joan Hinde Stewart, President Emerita, Hamilton College
Phillis Wheatley

by Marlene Daut, Associate Professor of African Diaspora Studies, University of Virginia
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