love, passion, fondness, desire
Explore the meanings of love in religion, literature and art.
Co-directors: Dr. Aimee Light, Department of Theology, and Dr. Sarah Miller, Department of Classics
Pictured below from left to right: Dr. Julia Sienkewicz, Dr. Sarah Miller, and Professor, Erin Speese.
The Amor learning community will incorporate classes whose focus is on just and loving relations between genders and people of different groups. Special attention will be focused on racial justice and relations.
Watch a PowerPoint presentation that describes AMOR in greater detail.
UCOR 030C, Research and Information Skills, Prof. Hannah Schilperoort
UCOR 101C, Thinking and Writing across the Curriculum, Prof. Erin Johns Speese
UCOR 143C, Global and Cultural Perspectives, Dr. Aimee Light
CLSX 223C, Classical Mythology, Dr. Sarah Miller
UCOR 102C, Imaginative Literature & Critical Writing, Prof. Erin Johns Speese (optional)
ARHI 292C, Special Topics in Early Modern Through Contemporary Art: Timeless Passions, Dr. Julia Sienkewicz
Amor is partnering with The Victims' Center and its director, Molly Burke. Service learning will take place in both Classical Mythology and Global and Cultural Perspectives, which will include student-led presentations and discussion of the documentary Life After.
AMOR resident students live in St. Ann Living-learning Center:
St. Ann is in the lower right-hand corner of the campus map.