The Center for the Humanities honored Dr. Martha Taylor, chair and professor of Classics, who delivered the 2022 Nachbahr Address,"What makes an Aristogeiton?" We also honored Prof. Ursula Sayers-Ward, Teaching Professor in Modern Languages and Literatures, the recipient of the 2022 CFH Teaching Faculty Excellence Award. This year's event additionally featured short oral presentations by the recipients of the CFH Student Summer Fellowships, the recipient of a CFH Summer Internship Stipend, and the recipient of a CFH Summer Study Program Stipend.
A reception honoring Dr. Taylor followed, during which attendees learned more about the summer work of our student fellows and stipend recipients through their poster presentations.
Watch the 2022 Event Recording
- Martha Taylor, PhD. "What makes an Aristogeiton?
- Tyler Bluestein: “Navigating the World with the Political Compass” - Advisor: Rick Boothby
- Nick Bosi: “J. L. Austin, Immanuel Kant, and the Aesthetics of the Social” - Advisor: Mavis Biss
- Scott Clifford: “Jean Toomer and his Search for Self” - Advisor:Mark Osteen
- Sam Dickson: "Ripper: A Full-Length Screenplay" - Advisor: Lucas Southworth
- Patrick McGinnis: "Paulitics: Persecution, Slavery, and Politics in Pauline Scripture" - Advisor: Zachary Smith
- Tommy Menzie: "The American Flag: A Symbol of Unity or Division?" - Advisor: Paola Pascual-Ferrá
- Tom Mortimer: Office of Rep. John Sarbanes, Maryland's 3rd Congressional District
- Christina Guerra, Spartan Archaeological Excavation through the Hellenic Education Research Center
- Ursula Sayers-Ward, Modern Languages and Literatures