Nancy Cantor, Higher Education
This morning, after two very lively days of discussion, I’m glad to have a chance to address the "nuts and bolts" of models and metrics for situating the arts in higher education. This matters profoundly because the arts already suffuse our society and culture as sources of connectedness, continuity and meaning. I think what Susan Sontag said of photography is true of all the arts, that they are the "arm of consciousness," and that they "make up and thicken the environment we recognize as modern."
Cantor, Nancy, "Inciting Insight: Situating the Arts in Higher Education" (2011). Office of the Chancellor. Paper 43.
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