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Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture presents The Hiett Prize in the Humanities Online Gala

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The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture will honor Professor Zena Hitz with the 16th annual Hiett Prize in the Humanities. Dr. Hitz is a Tutor at St. John’s College, where she teaches across the liberal arts. Her B.A. degree in philosophy is from St. John’s, and she earned a Master of Philosophy degree from Cambridge University and a Ph.D. degree from Princeton University.

For the first time in its history, the 2020 Hiett Prize will be presented during an online gala that will feature, in addition to Professor Hitz, several past Hiett winners. She will share what the achievement means to her, why she dedicated her life to the humanities, and how the prize will further her mission to pursue the greater good.

The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture will honor Professor Zena Hitz with the 16th annual Hiett Prize in the Humanities. Dr. Hitz is a Tutor at St. John’s College, where she teaches across the liberal arts. Her B.A. degree in philosophy is from St. John’s, and she earned a Master of Philosophy degree from Cambridge University and a Ph.D. degree from Princeton University.

For the first time in its history, the 2020 Hiett Prize will be presented during an online gala that will feature, in addition to Professor Hitz, several past Hiett winners. She will share what the achievement means to her, why she dedicated her life to the humanities, and how the prize will further her mission to pursue the greater good.

The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture will honor Professor Zena Hitz with the 16th annual Hiett Prize in the Humanities. Dr. Hitz is a Tutor at St. John’s College, where she teaches across the liberal arts. Her B.A. degree in philosophy is from St. John’s, and she earned a Master of Philosophy degree from Cambridge University and a Ph.D. degree from Princeton University.

For the first time in its history, the 2020 Hiett Prize will be presented during an online gala that will feature, in addition to Professor Hitz, several past Hiett winners. She will share what the achievement means to her, why she dedicated her life to the humanities, and how the prize will further her mission to pursue the greater good.

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Virtual
http://www.dallasinstitute.org/hiett/

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$25 and up.
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