Ethics and Politics: Moral Debates in Democratic Societies
The theoretical training of the students of the School of Philosophy and Letters is complemented with practical activities, which enrich them at a professional level and staff.
Acquiring the necessary tools to be able to participate in the public discussion , fostering critical thinking, as well as training, analyzing and reflecting on major moral issues is the goal of an activity in which students from the different Degrees of the School participated.
Literary Study Tour
Walk the streets that inspired writers such as Tolkien, C.S. Lewis or Dickens, attend to a performance in the theatre where Shakespeare wrote and premiered his most famous plays or visit the most important art galleries in the British capital. Throughout the degree program, our students of the Degree in Literature and Creative Writing (LEC) participate in numerous activities that are source of inspiration for their future novels, literary and publishing projects.
meeting with Santiago Posteguillo
In addition to learning and being inspired by reading their works, our students have the opportunity to hold meetings and enriching conversations with some of the most renowned writers and publishers: Santiago Posteguillo, award Planeta 2018; Lorenzo Silva, award Planeta 2012; Juan Casamayor, promoter of the publishing house Páginas de Espuma; the poet Miguel d'Ors; and Irene Vallejo, the most widely read author during the confinement, are just some examples of professionals from the literary sector who visit the University of Navarra's School of Humanities and Social Sciences every year.
Through other disciplines such as poetry or music, students at School of Humanities and Social Sciences have the opportunity to recognise, analyse and understand philosophical ideas that they study at class.
Most of the information about ancient and prehistoric civilisations comes to us through their material culture. In order to put the knowledge acquired at internship on classroom, the School of Humanities and Social Sciences has an Archaeology laboratory ; a space that allows our students to get up close and personal with real archaeological material, work with it and document it. contact In addition, the University of Navarra collaborates with prestigious archaeological projects, such as Los Bañales de Uncastillo (Zaragoza), Santa Criz de Eslava (Navarra), La Custodia de Viana (Navarra), or the Monastery of Bargota de Mañeru (Navarra), among others, and has agreements with important offices, archaeological museums and excavations where our students do practical work that allow them to be in close contact with history and inspire them as future archaeologists and historians.
Madrid turned into classroom
Our students study Art History at classroom... and beyond. Because we believe that there is no better way to get to know an artist than by being in front of their works, which are a great source of inspiration source . Moreover, in the museums and art galleries that house them, students become teachers for a day, sharing with their classmates the knowledge acquired at classroom.
Projects of the students of Degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) with the Spanish Red Cross.
The training of the students of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences is complemented by activities beyond the classroom, which enrich their university life and are an inspiring experience for their professional future and staff.
Through the projects that the students of the Degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) develop in the PPE-LAB, in partnership with different companies and institutions, the future thinkers are inspired to offer a better service to society.