A Student's Guide to the Liberal Arts
Wilburn T. Stancil
Rockhurst University Press, 2003 - Education - 277 pages
Written by seasoned faculty from several arts colleges and universities around the country, A Student's Guide to the Liberal Arts is an accessible and straightforward introduction to the humanities for students coming into contact with college level study for the first time. The book is especially designed for freshman seminar programs at any liberal arts college or university. Wilburn T. Stancil is an associate professor of theology at Rockhurst University and a licensed lay preacher in the Episcopal Church.
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