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Virtual Faculty Write-Ins
Our virtual faculty write-ins are held Fridays from 9 AM - 12 PM via Zoom. In-Person Fridays from 9 AM- 12 PM at COB 2- 295B
UCTV Channel
Check out our new UCTV Channel, Critically Human, featuring concerts, interviews, lectures, and short films showcasing our work.  
Bobcat Comics
Check out our new Bobcat Comics series, making our work more accessible to the public.
Local Author Fair - Merced County
November 5, 2022 from 11:00am - 2:00 PM.  We are putting out this call for authors to participate - genres include but are not limited to: scholarly, fiction, non-fiction, teen, and...
Ernest Lowe Photography Collection Live on Calisphere
This rich collection features more than 2,700 digital images, with approximately 5,000 additional film negatives. The digital images are newly available on Calisphere for free public viewing....
Symposium on Bilingualism & Spanish in the U.S.
Thursday, October 13, 2022  from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Located in COB2 -295. Please register here. More information about event here. For any questions please...
Employment Trajectories and Graduate Experience in The Humanities: Data From Philosophy
Join us for the Brownbag Series ft. Carolyn Jennings on Friday, October 14, 2022  at 1:00 PM in COB2-295 or via zoom.

 

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Director's Note

I am excited to serve once again as director of the Center for the Humanities and to finally be able to go back to campus! This academic year, our Center will continue to award grants to faculty and graduate students. In addition, we will host capacity-building workshops, lecture series, and other activities. The Center will continue to sponsor public programs and we will coordinate a junior faculty exchange with other UC campuses sponsored by the Multicampus Research Programs and Initiatives (MRPI), will manage the Digital Humanities laboratory, and will work on developing on a new UCTV channel focused on humanities research. In addition, we will continue to support the Luce Foundation’s workshops and summer institute, the Faculty Writing Group, as well as grant writing workshops through the Mellon Foundation grant and Bobcat Comics through eScholarship. 

With Associate Director Christina Lux’s help, I plan to honor our mission of stimulating individual and collaborative, interdisciplinary research in both the humanities and the arts, all the while engaging the broader public.

Fiat Lux,

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