Division Head: Mr. Michael Ware
Faculty Office Hours
Locations: Estelle Campbell Center for the Arts (CAC), June Buchanan Alumni Center, and Cushing Hall
Fall 2013 Schedule of Classes (pdf)
Alice Lloyd College’s Humanities Division houses the academic disciplines of English, Art, Drama, Speech, and Music and offers additional coursework in Philosophy, Religion, and Spanish. In the fall of 2013, Alice Lloyd will begin offering a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Arts.
By serving as the foundation for ALC’s liberal arts education, the humanities promote the theoretical investigation of the human condition by fostering critical thinking, personal expression, and academic inquiry in its students through the acts of writing, reading, performance, and research. Because of their philosophical orientation, humanities courses most often analyze aesthetic traditions and cultural values within a socio-historical context by a faculty dedicated to providing a student-centered education in the classroom.
Besides regular coursework, the Humanities Division also provides many extracurricular opportunities on ALC’s campus. Students may compete in the Billie and Curtis Owens Writing Contest and the James V. Mongiardo Speech Competition, sing as members of The Voices of Appalachia choir, act in campus-sponsored plays, or learn the craft of spinning clay for pottery. Such opportunities allow students to explore a variety of disciplines in the humanities, which add to their understanding of themselves, their culture, and their place in the world.
Majors / Minors Offered
Voices of Appalachia
The Eagle Theatre Club
The ALC Alfred and Shirley Wampler Caudill Players
The Billie and Curtis Owens Literary Society
Spinning Pottery with Michael Ware
The Billie and Curtis Owens Writing Contest
The James V. Mongiardo Speech Competition
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