Romanticism with the School of Humanities


Rice Owls were able to use an authentic replica of the press that William Blake used in the eighteenth century to create their own unique prints at the Woodson Research Center (located at the Fondren Library on campus) during their time in this unique class. According to Dr. Alexander Regier, this course “takes all of these different kinds of areas in the humanities and combines them in some way or another. And, thereby, is a really good example of what is exciting and unique about the humanities. But also why the humanities can really matter to other people outside of the school.”

The next time you’re on campus, be sure to check out the Woodson Research Center on the first floor of the Fondren Library!


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