What Do the Humanities Do in a Crisis?

 Now is an apt time to ponder the fact that the human condition means living under the shadow of death. It is an apt time to situate the present in the broad sweep of history. Deprived of the reality of human connection, we are at least in a position to appreciate the idea of it. And, given that many of us are teachers, we should also be able to communicate this to others—to offer them a way out of numbness and anxiety. 

https://www.newyorker.com/culture/annals-of-inquiry/what-do-the-humanities-do-in-a-crisis

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