March 21, 2011
by Mark Anderson | email@example.com | 336.758.5237
The humanities aren’t an idea whose time has passed, but a content-rich trove of knowledge that should be actively shared to help students and others understand the past and present, historian Edward Ayers said during his keynote address Friday at the official launch of Wake Forest’s Humanities Institute.
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