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March 21, 2016

Ghosts of victims, survivors past

Various ASU faculty panels focused on remembering the victims of WWII are shedding light on what doing so can teach us about the present and the future of our world.
March 16, 2016

Honoring the 'father of English literature'

Some may know him best as the guy who wrote those medieval stories they had to read in high school. But for centuries, to a great many people, Geoffrey Chaucer has been known as nothing less than the...
February 2, 2016

Deliverance from stigma

Giving birth is one of the most natural, necessary and universal experiences life has to offer, yet much of it is still not openly discussed. ASU art professor Forrest Solis' latest artistic...
November 23, 2015

Resiliency the secret to better health, living

Resiliency can mean many things to many people, but health officials agree to that the quality is essential to better living.
November 4, 2015

Mayo Clinic doctors, ASU humanists teaming up for 'Resilience'

Mayo Clinic in Arizona and ASU's Institute for Humanities Research are teaming up once again to tackle issues within the burgeoning field of medical/critical health humanities.

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