March 15, 2011
by Kerry M. King ('85) | firstname.lastname@example.org | 336.758.5237
The importance of the humanities to a liberal arts education will be on full display during a two-day symposium marking the official launch of the Wake Forest Humanities Institute on March 18 and 19. Two nationally known advocates for the humanities — historian Edward Ayers and author Stanley Fish — will discuss “The Humanities in the 21st Century.”
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