Dear Honors Student Community-
Please know that we here in Honors are thinking about you and are here to support you during this uncertain time.
Head to Canvas/myCourses and click through to the University Honors homepage for answers to Frequently Asked Honors Questions, discussion boards where you can interact with other Honors Students—share ideas, post poems and pictures, ask questions, make connections—and links to many resources that you may find useful in the weeks ahead. If you “subscribe,” you’ll be alerted to updates.
You are not alone! We’re all just an email or a phone call away.
Lisa, Kate, Kristen, and Emily
Theatre and Social Justice (THDA 440A)
This course examines to what degree dramatic literature and theatre art has effected socio-political change in the past, and in the present, through an in-depth exploration of texts, artistic methods and theatrical techniques. Students will create theatrical art related to various sociopolitical issues. Absolutely no experience in theatre is necessary, as this course is built around the premise that we all have the ability to create art and affect politics and society.
Alana Gudinas, the 2018-2019 Jefferson Science Associates Minority/Female Undergraduate Research Assistantship awardee.
Audrey Balaska, the Parents Association award winner for 2018.
Lindsay Bosworth, a UNH Honors student and recent intern for the Mystic Aquarium's Animal Rescue Program.