Tag Archives: Student Seminar

Spotted in the Hurford Center

. . . in which we explore the hidden corners and shelves of the HCAH. (These are the things that happen on snowy spring days in Stokes 103.) Check out this shelf of books! If this bookshelf got all dressed up, it … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday 10

Whazzup, peeps? Back this week with a Student Seminar. Lucky for you, the HCAH has just released next fall’s student seminars, so read on and think about how awesome your fall could be.   Lewis Bauer (’06 English) led the … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday 6

Hello again! We’re back with this semester’s series of Throwback Thursdays.   This week, we’re talking about a student seminar called “Mining the Folktale,” led by Justin Dainer-Best ’09 (English, Psychology). The seminar delved into questions such as what constitutes a … Continue reading

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Post-Feasting on Culture: HHC seminar and beyond

For the many Haverford students who don’t know me, my name is Isobel (’11) – I ran a HHC seminar called “Feasting on Culture: The significance of food in everyday life.” The name may be fairly self-explanatory, but in my … Continue reading

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