|The Levan Humanities Review: Online Literary Review||Professor Reggie Williams' presentation: Racism, Sexism, and Misogyny||Michael Peters' presentation: Democracy and Empire||Dr. Victoria Mora's presentation: A Modest Proposal in Favor of Inefficient Education|
|Presentations by Professors Paul Beckwith and Michael Harvath: Was the Civil War Inevitable?||Dr. Jack Hernandez's presentation: Chasing the Wind: A Meditation on Wisdom.||Dr. David Carl's presentation: William Blake and the Metaphysics of Poetic Genius||Dr. David Smith's presentation: The 1960s, Drugs, and the Free Clinic Movement|
|Dr. Gerald Haslam's Presentation - The Grapes of Wrath: A Literary Journey||Dr. Claudia Hauer's presentation: The Ethics of Antigone||Dr. Michael Harvath's presentation: The Dust Bowl is Always Coming to California|
The Review features articles, essays, book reviews, and poetry in a variety of styles and perspectives that contribute to our ongoing understanding of the humanities, the humanities and science, and the humanities and medicine.
Reggie Williams is Professor and Chair of Philosophy at Bakersfield College. He is a proud alumnus of BC, CSUB and the University of Illinois, where he earned a Ph.D. in philosophy. Reggie writes on a range of social/political issues, including poverty, abortion, same-sex marriage, and race.
He has presented papers at Oxford University, and the University of Colorado, Boulder. And his work has appeared in several professional philosophy journals including Utilitas, Public Affairs Quarterly, and the Journal of Moral Philosophy.
Michael Peters is the President of St. John's College in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Prior to St. John's, he was the Executice Vice President of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York City. He has also been the Chief of Staff of the United States Military Academy at West Point.
Dr. Mora is the Dean of St. John's College in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She received her B.A. in English and Philosophy from the University of New Mexico and her Ph.D. in Philosophy from Yale University.
The Norman Levan Center for the Humanities is pleased to publish these scholarly and thoughtful presentations by Paul Beckwith, Bakersfield College Professor of History, and Michael Harvath, Bakersfield College Professor of Economics.
The presentations were part of a panel discussion on November 16, 2011, on the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War.
The Norman Levan Center for the Humanities is pleased to publish this scholarly and thoughtful presentation by Jack Hernandez, Director of the Levan Center.
The Norman Levan Center for the Humanities is pleased to publish this scholarly and thoughtful presentation by David Carl, Director of the Graduate Institute of St. John’s College, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The Norman Levan Center for the Humanities is pleased to publish this scholarly and thoughtful presentation by Dr. David Smith.
The Norman Levan Center for the Humanities is pleased to publish this scholarly and thoughtful lecture by Dr. Gerald Haslam.
Dr. Claudia Hauer
Dr. Michael Harvath