THE HUMANITIES PROGRAM AT SAINT MICHAEL'S COLLEGE

Christina Root (Department of English), Coordinator, Humanities Program


The Abbey of Pontigny, 12th Century
Photograph: George Dameron
*Copyright 2007

Saint Michaelís College
Humanities Program Concert Series, 2008-2009
Paul Orgel, Director

Sunday, October 26, 2008, 3:00 PM, McCarthy Arts Center

The Humanities Program Concert Series presents members of The Boston Camerata, "America's foremost early music ensemble" (Le Monde, Paris) in "Abbey of Love", a program of late medieval music from the 12th-14th centuries.

Love songs of the troubadours of Provence, settings from the legend of Tristan and Iseult, music by Guillaume de Machaut and more.

Admission is free and open to the public
For more information, call 654-2536


Paris, 2003
Photograph: George Dameron
Copyright 2007

HUMANITIES COURSES:

  • Humanities 101 - Ancient and Medieval Civilization
     

  • Humanities 102 - Modern Civilization
     

  • Humanities 205 - Enlightenment and Revolution
     

  • Humanities 207/English 301 - The Nineteenth Century
     

  • Humanities 209 - The Twentieth Century


The Upper Basilica, Assisi
Photograph: George Dameron
*Copyright 2007

 

Past Programs and Events Associated with the Humanities Program

The Spring 2001 Concert Series
(Humanities 102)

 

Sample Syllabus Archives:

Fall Semester 2006:   Ancient and Medieval Civilization (Humanities 101)

Spring Semester 2007Modern Civilization (Humanities 102)

For more information on the Humanities Program, contact the Coordinator of the Humanities Program, Christina Root, Department of English (Saint Michael's College)

Site author:  George Dameron (Department of History).   You can also contact George Dameron's homepage, the homepage of the Department of History of St. Michael's College,  and the homepage of Saint Michael's College.