Humanities Portfolios and Projects
For students in the M.A. Humanities and the Creative Life program, the final project culminates in a creative project. The creative project is different for each student. No two projects are the same. To give prospectives an idea of the types of projects that students present please visit the Humanities student portfolio page.
Summer 2012 Haiku class project
Every summer in the course titled "Time, Place, Space, and the Ecology of Creative Expression," student look at the myths, evolutionary theory, philosophy and art that reinforce and challenge assumptions that divide human culture from non-human nature. The short form genre of haiku poetry became a particular focus for the program's key method of blending research and artistic practice. We invite you to explore the creative class project that culminated from the 2012 summer course on the Humanities haiku webpage.
For more information about the M.A. Humanities and the Creative Life program consider attending a One-Day Introduction to Pacifica or speaking with an admissions counselor.