Hype-the-Humanities 2021

       

 

Welcome to Hype-the-Humanities 2021! 

 

We are kicking off a full week celebration of New Hampshire Humanities in higher education! Featuring student work from the University of New Hampshire as well as the Community College System of UNH, we will be posting, tweeting, and sharing on the UNH College of Liberal social media streams. If you have ever wondered what the liberal arts really do, then follow UNH COLA and find out!

We'll also be featuring student work right here on the HUGEmanities website - so you can come here to see additional work that's too big to share anywhere else!

On Friday of Hype-the-Humanities Week we feature the winners of the BIG Contest!

Click here to see the 2021 big contest award winners!

 

 

Featured projects Thursday May 13

 

"Making Sense of Covid Symposium" Community College System of NH 

 

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The "Making Sense of COVID" symposium started out as an opportunity for CCSNH students in biological sciences to teach the broader community about COVID.... but as it developed, they realized that if they were really going to make sense of COVID, they needed the tools of the humanities as well! Learn about NH Transfer Pathways and see how NH Community Colleges work with UNH  by following the "see more" link.

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“The Applications of 3D Printing in Theatre and Entertainment” by Tyler DiGregorio-Aubin 

 

 

The Naked Arts! showcases the creative process of student artists' works. This year the Theatre and Dance students presented their works in Directing, Dance, and Design and Theatre Technology. “The Applications of 3D Printing in Theatre and Entertainment” is by Tyler DiGregorio-Aubin ents a thesis for the Three-Minute Thesis competition at USee more

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The Eye NHTI's student journal: Indigenous Issues in Society and Education

 

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The student editors of The Eye, NHTI's student journal, collaborated to create a special online edition focusing on indigenous issues in society and education. The site features a video edited from a panel discussion with indigenous residents of NH and members of the Indigenous New Hampshire Collaborative

 

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Josie Collins '22, Gianna Koning '22, and Melanie Tymn '21:

UNH Improv Club

 

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Josie Collins '22, Gianna Koning '22, and Melanie Tymn '21 for English 712 Multimedia Storytelling produced this video about the Improv Club, UNH's one and only Improv Comedy Troupe, which has not been able to perform live this year due to coronavirus pandemic restrictions, they have still found creative ways to keep the spirit alive. Johanna Rewucki '21, the producer and member of the club, talks about what the group is doing differently amid the pandemic.

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Kenley Stevenson '22: Multimedia Storytelling

 

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Kenley Stevenson '22 produced this video for her final project in English 712 Multimedia Storytelling. She describes the video “When University of New Hampshire senior Hannah Grich isn't working as the lead photographer for Paul College, she's busy running her own photography business, Hannah Grich Photography. Join Hannah on a graduation photoshoot and check out some content from a variety of her senior photos

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Lucas Booth: Advanced Drawing

 

 

This art series is made by UNH student Lucas Booth. It is based on a deck of cards. Lucas asked family and friends to give him a noun and an adjective. Each suit is based on an assigned noun and an adjective. The Jokers are self-portraits. This was the final project for Advanced Drawing with Professor Jennifer Moses s a thesis for the Three-Minute Thesis competition at UNH.

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Iain Connor, Film, Manchester Community College 

 

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From our 2x2 Transfer Pathways partners at Manchester Community College, Iain Connor made this film for Professor Tom Dunn’s Film class. This piece is in a documentary style and Ian hopes they will be given the green light to expand into a 20 minute piece as a class or film club project this summer

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Manchester Community College Lykoudi Paraskevi

“Who am I?”

 

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From our 2x2 Transfer Pathways partners at Manchester Community College Lykoudi Paraskevi –Lykoudi explores the question, “Who am I” in a Public  Speaking course https://youtu.be/lIvPunltTAknts a thesis for the Three-Minute Thesis competition at UNH.

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Featured projects Wednesday May 12th

 

MANTO Greek Myth Database

 

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MANTO is an international collaboration to create a comprehensive Greek Myth database with visualization tools. The team includes faculty and students. The principal contributing students are: Ari Toumpas (Classics 2019), Kennis Barker (PSYC and CLAS 2021), Audrey Coleman (Astrophysics 2021).

 

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“My Body is My Home: Self Image and Dance” by Clare Terrio

 

 

The Naked Arts showcases the creative process of student artists' works. This year the Theatre and Dance students presented their works in Directing, Dance, and Design and Theatre Technology. Enjoy “My Body is My Home: Self Image and Dance” by Clare Terrio presents a thesis for the Three-Minute Thesis competition at UNH.

 

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Website by Hannah Karampatsos

 

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Check out this Website by Hannah Karampatsos! Great Bay Community College students in Professor Steve Bargdill’s Society & Technological Change Sociology class, were asked to choose a literary movement and to showcase how that literary movement reacted to the technology of the particular historical movement. You can learn about Pathways from NH community colleges to UNH on the HUGEmanities website!esents a thesis for the Three-Minute Thesis competition at UN

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Angela Hur “Evolution of a Drawing"

 

 

In the department of UNH Art & Art History, from Professor Jennifer Moses’ Advanced Drawing class, student Angela Hur presents “Evolution of a Drawing” A 2-minute video that documents the progression of a drawing. presents a thesis for the Three-Minute Thesis competition at UNH.

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Hayley Barnhard "Alligator Extinction Plan at the Freedom Cafe"

 

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Hayley Barnhard'22 produced this video for her final project for English 712 Video Storytelling with Professor Scott Ripley. The Durham NH band, Alligator Extinction Plan, plays at the Freedom Cafe's soft opening at their new location ents a thesis for the Three-Minute Thesis competition at UNH.

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Assaf Benchetrito The 2020-2021 UNH Dance Company

 

 

Presenting Assaf Benchetrito The 2020-2021 UNH Dance Company annual production: Dance is deep in human nature and, therefore, it is here to stay! Covid is not! Although it was a very challenging year, together we found our creative way to keep dancing, performing and choreographing! ents a thesis for the Three-Minute Thesis competition at UNH.

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Podcast by Deluna Darmawan 

 

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Check out this podcast by Deluna Darmawan! Great Bay Community College students in Professor Steve Bargdill’s Society & Technological Change Sociology class, were asked to choose a literary movement and to showcase how that literary movement reacted to the technology of the particular historical movement. You can learn about Pathways from NH community colleges to UNH on the HUGEmanities website!

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Cassidy Mottola "Dudley Dudley"

 

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This final from our 2x2 Pathways partner at Manchester Community College was made by Cassidy Mottola, about the remarkable Dudley Dudley

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Featured projects May 11th

 

UNH Grad Student Via D’Agostino

 

 

UNH Grad Student Via D’Agostino / MFA Fiction Writing presents a thesis for the Three-Minute Thesis competition at UNH. presents a thesis for the Three-Minute Thesis competition at UNH.

 

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UNH Department of Art & Art History

 

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UNH Spanish with Professor Mario Pulicio

 

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Professor Mario Pulicio’s Spanish class: Student videos from this class analyze films to discuss social and cultural issues from countries such as Mexico, Colombia, Spain, Argentina, Chile, Venezuela. Also, students analyze art design, symbolism, historic background, and acting while practicing their Spanish. presents a thesis for the Three-Minute Thesis competition at UNH.

 

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Manchester Community College with Professor Tom Dunn

 

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Madeline Oliver has composed this video for 7-minute storytelling assignment from a Film and American Culture class, showcasing the history of animation from WWII to the present day. from the Department of Art and Art History. It is a showcase for the culmination of accomplished work completed during intensive and engaging study a thesis for the Three-Minute Thesis competition at USee more

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Classics with Professor Scott Smith

 

 

A featured podcast on Greek Myth, written and produced by the Classics Program and their crack team of UNH undergraduate students!m the Department of Art and Art History. It is a showcase for the culmination of accomplished work completed during intensive and engaging study a thesis for the Three-Minute Thesis competition at USee more

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"I am a dancer" choreographic meaning by Emily Wozer

 

 

The Naked Arts showcases the creative process of student artists' works. This year the Theatre and Dance students presented their works in Directing, Dance, and Design and Theatre Technology the Department of Art and Art History. It is a showcase for the culmination of accomplished work completed during intensive and engaging study a thesis for the hree-Minute Thesis competition at USee more

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Drew Crowley, final project English 712

 

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the DepartmenUNH English with Professor Scott Ripley. This is a story that Drew Crowley '22 produced as his final project for English 712 Multimedia Storytelling. Here is his description of it: For some of us, our goals define who we are. Patrick Mulready is one of those people. His quest to hike the 48 4,000 footers in the state of New Hampshire has given him a new perspective on himself and given him experiences he will never forgetters in New Hampshiret of Art and Art History. It is a showcase for the culmination of accomplished work completed during intensive and engaging study a thesis for the hree-Minute Thesis competition at USee more

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Dance/Movement Therapy in a Psychotherapy Culture, by Alise Shuten

 

 

The Naked Arts showcases the creative process of student artists' works. This year the Theatre and Dance students presented their works in Directing, Dance, and Design and Theatre Technology. . presents a thesis for the Three-Minute Thesis competition at UNH.

 

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Featured projects May 10th

 

UNH Italian Studies with Professor Anna Marra

 

Italian American Roots

12 students pursued passion projects exploring diverse and underrepresented facets of Italian-American identity in New England, to create a multi-media e-magazine “Italian American Roots”

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NHTI Arts with Professor Paula DelBonis-Platt

 

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From NHTI, this multimedia presentation shows how the arts are vital to our collective wellbeing by examining how visual and performing arts are created and consumed to cope with the pandemic

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UNH Art & Art History with Professor Jennifer Moses

Megan Wilson's BFA Senior Seminar

 

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This three-part event exposes the inner creative process of artists working in various disciplines.  The presenters describe the process, research, and other creative aspects undertaken to bring an artistic creation from initial inspiration to the stage or gallery.

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UNH Spanish with Mauricio Pulecio

 

 In UNH Spanish with Professor Mauricio Pulecio, students designed presentations on Hispanic film productions. Check out this one from Joseph Stark and Mina O’Reilly:

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