• Why HFA?

    The College of Humanities and Fine Arts prepares students to be citizens in a rapidly changing world.

    Why HFA?

    The College of Humanities and Fine Arts prepares students to be citizens in a rapidly changing world.

  • Find your balance.

    Concerned about majoring in what you love? Follow your passion while gaining valuable skills and you will thrive.

    Find your balance.

    Concerned about majoring in what you love? Follow your passion while gaining valuable skills and you will thrive.

  • The Task of Witnessing | Sept. 19 and 20

    An interdisciplinary symposium honoring James Foley '03 MFA, and examining acts of witnessing and storytelling in the face of contemporary atrocities.

    The Task of Witnessing | Sept. 19 and 20

    An interdisciplinary symposium honoring James Foley '03 MFA, and examining acts of witnessing and storytelling in the face of contemporary atrocities.

Theater Alumni Receive Drama Desk and Tony Nods

May 03, 2016

Recently, both the Drama Desk Awards and Tony Awards nominees were announced. They included among them four UMass Amherst Theater alumni and one faculty member, who pulled in a total of nine nomina...

PRI Speaks to Professor Anthony Tuck about Origins of Ancient Etruscan Civilization

Apr 20, 2016

A recent story in PRI's The World discussed the contended origins of "a powerful clan with an alien tongue and strange customs" who emerged in Italy sometime around the 6th century BC: the Etruscan...

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42nd Annual Multiband Pops Concert

Fine Arts Center | Concert Hall
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Nicholas Bromell

Nick Bromell received a B.A. in Classics and Philosophy from Amherst College and a Ph.D. in English and American Literature from Stanford University. He was the founding editor of The Boston Review, where he continues to be a contributing editor; he also serves on the editorial board of The Sixties and as an advisory editor to the Class: Culture series published by the University of Michigan Press.

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