Develop a greater understanding of what it means to be human through the study of history, literature, philosophy, religion, languages, and world civilizations.
Great Books Reading Group
Held at the Brown County Library (main branch) the second Tuesday of the month, these discussions of "great books" are hosted by Humanistic Studies faculty and are open to the public.
Green Bay Film Society
The Green Bay Film Society is a non-profit community group dedicated to bringing international and independent films to N.E. Wisconsin and to engaging in discussion of film. This year's Film Series will be held at Neville Public Museum. All films are free and open to the public.
Commons for the Digital, Public and Applied Humanities
Check out our student projects and student-faculty collaborations at UWGB’s Digital Commons.
Humanistic Studies offers a wide variety of internships to our students. Click here for a description of our internship program and opportunities.
News stories in Inside
- Humanistic Studies presents, ‘Wondrous Boccaccio’ Oct. 19
October 18, 2016
- Faculty note: Coury publication
October 4, 2016
- Faculty note: Kevin Kain publication
September 27, 2016
- Humanistic Studies Faculty Forum next week
September 23, 2016
- Faculty notes: Coman, Groessl, Rector and Sherman are teaching scholars
August 31, 2016