Place, poetics and letters
We value the diversity of histories and stories, ideas and questions. We engage globally and locally, interrogating the boundaries of traditional canons, seeking to engage traditions beyond geographical divisions. We cross borders and examine boundaries. We believe that study of history, literature, philosophy open us to worlds of human experiences and provides us with a better understanding of ourselves and our world, its past and future, and our place within.
Godwin’s Law: Ian Wonn ’22 at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
by Ian Wonn on March 22, 2020 at 12:10 am
For my co-op in Winter 2020, I am working for the Holocaust Museum. I am working with Noemi in the Oral History […]
Community Solution in Practice-Noah Yasgur ’19
by Noah Yasgur on June 5, 2019 at 6:18 pm
In a nutshell, and as seen on their website, the aim of Community Solutions “is to educate people about ways to […]
Art, Interview, Translations: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
by Sarah Tibble on May 15, 2019 at 12:56 pm
When I first thought of working for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, the idea seemed daunting. Washington […]
Educating for Democracy: Elijah Snow-Rackley ’20 at Critical Exploration Press
by Elijah Snow-Rackley on March 25, 2018 at 6:38 pm
What do we value most in education today? What does it mean to be smart? A lot of children might respond that […]
Humanities News & Events
On Wednesday, March 16, 2020, Recenter Press announced that Gabby Loomis-Amrhein, class of 2017, has been welcomed as one of their new forthcoming authors! Gabby's poems have previously been featured in the Fall 2019 Issue of the Recenter Press...
Leilah Weinraub '03 may be known primarily by the fashion crowd as former creative director and CEO of Hood by Air, but she also is a filmmaker. Fifteen years in the making, her documentary Shakedown focuses on the Shakedown Angels, an all-Black...
It’s a 20 mile drive from Antioch College’s campus to the Dayton Correctional Institute (DCI), a state women’s prison just west of the city for which it’s named. If you know your way, and if there’s no traffic on US-35 going into Dayton, you can...