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The College of Arts and Sciences offers a challenging liberal arts education within a diverse and vibrant academic community. Please learn more about opportunities within the humanities by visiting the department and program sites or selected publication and event links below.

Publications & Media

Café Américain, online journal of the Creative Writing Program

Folio, a journal of poetry, prose, and art.

History Newsletter

Latitudes, national public radio podcast on global affairs

Pharmakon, Philosophy student journal

We the Paranoid, multimedia book project from Dean Peter Starr

Yediaut, Jewish Studies and Center for Israel Studies news

Connections Magazine, biannually from the College of Arts & Sciences


Annual Events

Mathias Student Research Conference

Bishop Hurst Philosophy Lectures

Bishop C.C. McCabe Lectures

Durfee Lecture Series

Feminist Art History Conference

Literature Graduate Speaker Series

McDowell Philosophy Conference

Philosophy & Religion Matters Series

Visiting Writers Series

Writer as Witness Series



  • American University literature professor Despina Kakoudaki’s new book analyzes artificial people in film and fiction.

    We, Robot

    AU literature professor’s new book analyzes artificial people in film and fiction.

  • Taking the Freedom Ride

    Two AU students will attend a special commemoration of the Civil Rights Act.

  • Studying the American Experience

    University Professor Alan Kraut looks back at his presidency of the Organization of American Historians.

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Video: Inside the MFA Writing Program

Creative Writing Program Video

See video discussion with students and faculty.

See Inside the Program

Video: Look Inside the Literature MA Program

Keith Leonard

Learn about the MA program and campus/DC community of scholars.

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