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Gonzaga to Host 2019 Ethnicity, Race Conference
The Latin American Studies Association’s section on Ethnicity, Race, and Indigenous Peoples has selected Gonzaga University to host its 2019...
Scholar, Activist Angela Davis Speaks October 25
SPOKANE, Wash. – The Gonzaga University Center for Public Humanities is proud to present a lecture by Angela Davis, Ph.D., whose activism and...
National Endowment for Humanities Awards Professor Arnold ...
SPOKANE, Wash. – The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded Laurie Arnold, assistant professor of history and director of Gonzaga...
First Comes Love
Reilly Dooris ('15) serves some of Guatemala's poorest people through First Things Foundation
Jundt Exhibition Features Work of Catholic Expressionist Karen Laub-Novak
SPOKANE, Wash. – The Jundt Art Museum at Gonzaga University presents a traveling exhibition of works created by Roman Catholic artist Karen...
The Arts Issue - WA129, Poems from Our State
WA Poet Laureate Tod Marshall collected 129 poems from Washingtonians, one for every year of statehood.
The Arts Issue - Local Inspiration
Brooke Matson, Louise Kodis and Sherman Alexie have roots in the Spokane art scene.
A Passion for the Arts
Gonzaga supports the growth of our arts programs and increases connections to the Spokane arts community
Professors Adapt to a Trump Presidency in the Classroom
An excerpt from The Gonzaga Bulletin, on tough topics arising from President Trump's first few months in the White House
The Arts Issue - In Search of Beauty
Spokane artist Ken Spiering shares about his passion to help people "to see the beauty and art in our surroundings.”
The Arts Issue - Innovation at GU and in Spokane
Gonzaga Magazine spotlights poetry, literature, theatre, dance and visual art, plus local favorites in the art scene.
The World is Our Classroom
Outdoors reporter Eli Francovich ('15) reflects on his summer in Nepal
The Arts Issue - We Are Creators
A reflection on creativity by Rajah Bose, Gonzaga Magazine’s “Resident Master of Fine Arts”
Unleashing the Treasures of Technology
How does technology increase knowledge and scholarship in the humanities? The Digital Humanities Program explains.