The Department of History's mission is to cultivate the critical understanding of the past and to develop intellectual, analytical, writing, and rhetorical abilities. Through diverse curricular offerings, students are exposed to the richness, diversity, and complexities...
Every summer, we offer the Davidson in Washington Program where
students take a seminar course and work in an internship. We encourage
our majors to study abroad, and up to four off-campus courses may be
The Department of Religion offers a curriculum that explores the
variety and depth of religious experiences and expressions. Inseparable
from the fabric of liberal arts generally, the Religion Department
shares in the task of cultivating a humane literacy...
THE ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORPREPARING FOR GRADUATE SCHOOLStudents who are interested in pursuing graduate training in anthropology should begin obtaining information during the second semester of their junior year, because the application process begins at most schools...
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