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    Department of Humanities

    We are all historians. Become a professional with our History program.
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    Literature and Language

    Let your imagination free and earn a Master of Arts in English Literature.
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    Pursue degrees that will allow you to communicate with the world.
Message from the Dean, Tamara Jhashi

Welcome to the School of Liberal Arts at Mercy College! As Dean, I am excited to share with you the exceptional opportunities in the Arts and Humanities, Mathematics and Computer Science, as well as in our cutting-edge programs in Cybersecurity.

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Kentucky Historical Society Research Fellowship

Robert P. Murray, assistant professor of history, has received a Kentucky Historical Society Research Fellowship for his work on “Slavery Times in Kentucky Redux.” Murray receives monetary support to conduct research in the KHS collections for a period of from one to four weeks.

The Research Fellowship Program is funded by the Kentucky Historical Society Foundation. The program encourages and promotes advanced research on all aspects of Kentucky-related local, regional, national, transnational and comparative history using KHS collections. More information is at

October 10, 2016

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The School of Liberal Arts teaches students how to think and become lifelong learners. And this benefit alone makes such an education more practical and useful than any job-specific training ever could.

Media Studies Showcase

The Mercy Cybersecurity Education Center, seeks to inform the public about potential threats and create new technicians to combat potential threats.

Faculty Spotlight

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Austin Dacey is Assistant Professor of Critical Inquiry and Junior Seminar at Mercy College. Before coming to Mercy, he worked for over a decade with international non-profit advocacy organizations, most recently as an NGO Representative to the United Nations for the Copenhagen-based human rights organization, Freemuse: Freedom of Musical Expression. He is the author of The Secular Conscience and The Future of Blasphemy, and his articles have appeared in numerous publications including USA Today, Dissent, Salon, and the New York Times. He holds a Ph.D. in applied ethics and social philosophy and has taught at Polytechnic Institute of New York University, Marymount Manhattan College, and elsewhere.