The humanities include all of the creative arts: music, literature, theatre, architecture, dance, mythology, religion, philosophy, and all forms of art. Humanities is the study of humankind's creative expressions whether they take the form of novels, paintings, symphonies, myths, or any of the many other expressions of humanity's concerns. Students can learn much about a person, a culture, or a time by studying relevant manifestations of human creativity. And by exploring what others have created, the student learns about him/herself and the culture and time within which he/she lives.
Social Science and Humanities Department
Arts & Sciences Building, Room 201
Phone: (517) 483-1018
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