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The Ruane Center for the Humanities, the College’s signature academic build- ing, opened for classes in September. The three-level, 63,000-square-foot building is the new home for the Development of Western Civilization Program, the Liberal Arts Honors Program, and the English and history departments. Highlights include a 50-foot-tall Gothic tower entrance, a spacious Great Room with an outdoor terrace, a dozen seminar rooms, two large lecture halls, a 50-seat tiered classroom, a mid-sized flexible classroom, and an outdoor classroom. The Ruane Center was made possible by a leadership gift from Michael A. Ruane ’71 & ’13Hon., former chairman of the Board of Trustees, and his wife, Elizabeth.
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Department of History and Classics
Ruane Center for the Humanities Rm 137
Providence College
Providence, RI 02918

Dr. Edward E. Andrews

Associate Professor of History
Department Chair
Eandrews@providence.edu
401.865.1594
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Dr. Steven Carl Smith

Associate Professor of History
Assistant Department Chair
Ssmith32@providence.edu
401.865.2726
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Jeffrey Johnson

Professor of History
Graduate Program Director
J.Johnson@providence.edu
401.865.1784
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Candace A. Maciel

Senior Administrative Coordinator
Cmaciel@providence.edu
401.865.2193
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