In "Parenting Beyond Pink and Blue: How to Raise Your Kids Free of Gender Stereotypes," A&S faculty member Christia Spears Brown explores how parents can truly validate their children's unique strengths.
Latin is often thought of as an honorable and intellectual pursuit rather than as an actual language. However, the University of Kentucky's Latin Studies Program is changing this perception as it works to teach students how to read, write, and speak Latin. In this podcast, Leni Leite, a visiting scholar, discusses the uniqueness of the Latin Studies Program.
Jeff Rogers is the Director of Undergraduate Studies for Modern and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Cultures. He also teaches a class called Global Horror, which examines the course of the horror genre of film from its origins in Weimar, Germany to the modern day. The class emphasizes an application of both film and literature to best cover how the genre has changed and evolved over a century.
In this podcast, Rogers joins us to discuss Global Horror, the real-world applications of film study, and gives us a primer on horror's history.