The Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Philosophy at NKU is composed of three programs that examine the human condition. Each program offers a bachelor's degree and one or more minors in these three unique fields of study.
Monday, October 6, 2014
A New Spring Course
and Optional Study
Abroad in Sri Lanka
Art, Culture, and Social
Justice (ANT 394, ANT 594 & ART 394)
& May 11-25, 2015
Spring course is focused on art, culture, and social justice and culminates in an optional two-week study abroad program in Sri Lanka.
During the Spring semester students will explore these concepts and examine the intersections of material
representations, religion (especially Theravada Buddhism), archaeology,
historical and contemporary art forms, and social change. All students will
have an opportunity to engage in a wide range of service learning projects in
the Northern Kentucky, Greater Cincinnati region, and in Sri Lanka.
Dr. Sharyn Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Professor Thomas McGovern (email@example.com)