The WSU Center for Arts and Humanities in partnership with the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum will be hosting the Joseph and Rebecca Meyerhoff Annual Lecture and Programming Series in Spring 2021. This collaboration, envisioned by Dr. Raymond Sun and Dr. Kierra Crago-Schneider, will highlight a lecture by Dr. Susan Neiman and will include both a faculty panel discussion and Q&A to follow later in the semester. All events will be held virtually. For additional information and registration directions, please visit our Meyerhoff Annual Lecture Series event page.
The Center for Arts and Humanities serves as both the catalyst for innovative scholarship and creative activity, and as a public “front door” to the arts and humanities at WSU.
Conscious of the University’s land-grant mission, the center operates as an incubator for new educational programs and scholarly/creative initiatives that cross traditional academic boundaries to address some of the most challenging questions we have about our shared past, present, and future. By supporting programming in the arts, music, and humanities, the center also offers opportunities for the wider public to encounter new ideas and sustain their deepest values. In doing so, the center hopes to build a shared community of curiosity—one that encourages the questioning, conversation, and sense of wonder vital to a flourishing society.