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Rethinking the Humanities

Classics Professor Gregory Crane, editor-in-chief of the Perseus Project, recently blogged for the The Stoa Consortium for Electronic Publication in the Humanities on “Rethinking the Humanities and Advancing Civilization in a Violent World.”

We are poised to create a new humanities education that integrates the most advanced analytical methods with our most ancient goals and that produces a generation better able to think about where they have come from and where they are going. And we have now the tools to expand our collaborations across languages and cultures, to develop intellectual and personal relationships with our colleagues from whom we had been cut off.

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