Messiah College Humanities Symposium: “Home”

Home Symposium

I have been thinking and writing about “home” for a long time.  So needless to say, I am looking forward to the Messiah College Humanities Symposium this coming week.  Here are some of the sessions I hope to attend during the week:

Thursday Night Keynote: “Home as Grief, Home as Us, Edwidge Danticat

Monday Afternoon: “Home, the Humanities and Higher Education,” Peter Powers, Dean, School of Humanities

Monday Evening: “Songs of Home”—faculty panel and performance with

Monday Evening:  “From Bible School to Grantham University: The Evolution of Messiah College”—faculty lecture Devin Manzullo-Thomas, Humanities

Tuesday Afternoon: “Finding Home: Housing and Travel in Segregated America, 1900-1960” David Pettegrew and students, Digital Harrisburg Initiative and Office of Diversity Affairs

Wednesday Evening: “Pilgrim’s Progress: Find Home for faith Through Journeys Into History”—history faculty panel discussion, Joseph P. Huffman, Bernardo Michael, David Pettegrew

See the entire schedule here.