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Residential Research Group: Civil War, Fall 2019
The Fall 2019 UCHRI Residential Research Group on Civil War coalesces around diverse and unconventional readings of civil war. How can humanistic scholarship benefit from inquiry into civil war, broadly defined? The term itself carries an inherent contradiction. What is “civil” about civil war? How is civility, supposedly the hallmark of “civic” participation and “civilization,” »
Anthropology and History
What They’re Reading: Truth Residential Research Group, Spring 2019
A list of readings on lying, law, conspiracy and just plain old “bullshit.”
A live glimpse into a graduate seminar on theorizing racism.
Irregular Population and the Aporia of Communities
Joyce C.H. Liu delivers a close reading of the migrant labor market.
Awards for Public, Digital, and Collaborative Projects in the Humanities (2019-20)
UCHRI’s Advisory Committee has completed award selections for the 2019-20 academic year. Over $150,000 in grants were awarded to faculty and graduate students on eight campuses across the UC system. Faculty will convene year-long multicampus working groups on women’s suffrage in the Americas, mental health in East Asia, law and society in the Middle East, »
UCHRI Announces 2019-20 Graduate Student Dissertation Support Grants
UCHRI recently awarded 15 Graduate Student Dissertation Support grants to PhD candidates across the UC system to support dissertation-related research activities during the 2019-20 academic year. The grantees represent eight UC campuses and nine humanities disciplines, and their projects span centuries and continents. Breaking the Retrospective Curse: Contemporary Korean Film and the Deconstruction of Communal »
University of California President’s Faculty Research Fellowships 2019-20
Announcing the eight recipients for the 2019-20 academic year.