Human Sciences explores what it means to be human through alternative pedagogy, seasonal workshops, and unique community events.
Human Sciences studies human beings and communities through perspectives that bring together multiple insights, methodologies, and disciplines that have developed to account for human complexity. Human Sciences considers how ways of speaking and writing inform and shape ways of knowing. Relating contemporary theory and criticism to a wide range of human creations — including art, languages, social and economic systems, and rituals — Human Sciences focuses on areas of inquiry shared by the humanities and social sciences.
Human Sciences is an exteriorization of discourse to engender action and participation through creative and re-centered learning.
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