CIRCA:Brief History of the Humanities

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* The social sciences and arts - and why they are also sometimes in the humanities - "interpretative social sciences"
* The social sciences and arts - and why they are also sometimes in the humanities - "interpretative social sciences"
* How is it different in French "sciences humaines"
* How is it different in French "sciences humaines"
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* split with sciences
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* split with sciences - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Two_Cultures
* split with professional programmes
* split with professional programmes
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* the liberal arts
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* the liberal arts- Yale report, Cardinal Newman has a book "The Idea of the Univesity"

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  • Where the term came from
  • What disciplines are typically in the humanities
  • The social sciences and arts - and why they are also sometimes in the humanities - "interpretative social sciences"
  • How is it different in French "sciences humaines"
  • split with sciences - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Two_Cultures
  • split with professional programmes
  • the liberal arts- Yale report, Cardinal Newman has a book "The Idea of the Univesity"
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