All of us in the library, we deeply saddened at the passing of Randy Conner, faculty member in Humanities. Randy was a dear friend and colleague who was always willing to be part of our library’s cultural programming.
Randy was an innovative teacher who developed several new courses, most notably HUM 155, LGBTQ Humanities. Additionally, he was an accomplished scholar publishing and editing many texts. His book series The Pagan Heart of the West challenged traditional views of Western spirituality.
Here are a few of Randy’s talk:
A review of Hermann Hesse’s Demian (including a great deal of Randy’s own life story)
Reflections on Fire: The Symbolic, Sacred & Destructive
The Hero’s Journey & the Power of Myth: A Faculty Panel Discussion
Our campus and our library will not be the same without him.