Humanities Seminar: Works in the Works: Exploring Persuasion in Health Communication (from Stating to “Shoulding”) A Talk by David Lee


Date: Thursday, March 10, 2016 Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm Location: A631   Globalization, migration, extreme weather events and multilingual populations present a need for better Health Communication. Public health campaigns are always trying new ways to reach target populations but these days people are bombarded with a cacophony of health related messages and it's harder

Weaving Fragments: On The Connoisseurship of Italian Renaissance Tapestry Cartoons


The Humanities Department cordially invites you to October's Works-in-the-Works event   In this talk Prof. McAuliffe will examine the design of sixteenth-century European tapestries and the cartoons, or full-size colored drawings, that were used as models in the workshops of Flemish weavers. The artists Raphael (1483–1520) and Giulio Romano (1499–1546) were the most influential Italian