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New initiative invests in arts and humanistic inquiry at Emory

"In an era when some are disinvesting in the humanities, Emory has decided to double down—because we think humanistic inquiry is particularly essential at this critical juncture in our shared history. At a time of rapid technological, societal and environmental change, scholars and artists who can shine a light on the human experience will help us face challenges and find new ways to grow and flourish."

— Ravi Bellamkonda, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs

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