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Marxist Institute for Research: An Interview with Annie McClanahan and Robert Nichols

Annie McClanahan and Robert Nichols on the success of the Marxist Institute for Research.


Lorena Alvarado and Yehuda Sharim offer an intimate peek into Huntington Park in Los Angeles.

Memory Histories: I Am Not Your Data

Anjali Arondekar resists datafication in this series on Care and Repair.

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Position Opening – UC Humanities Research Institute

Graduate Student Researcher, from Step 1 up to Step 3 (Step determination contingent on prior GSR experience) Summer 2024 – Spring 2025: 50% appointment will pay full quarterly fees for academic year (excluding non-resident tuition), and monthly salary from summer 2024 through spring 2025 (for Summer 2024:  Step 1, 50% of $5,415.83; Step 2, 50% »

UCHRI Welcomes Matthew Hartman, Postdoctoral Scholar in Climate Communications and Environmental Justice

I received my PhD in Ethics from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, where my work focused on the intersection of religious studies, climate ethics, and environmental humanities. My research explores how identity formation and the construction of narrative shape views of and responses to the climate crisis. My dissertation, “White-Hot Environments: Religious Entanglements of »

UCHRI Partners with LARB to Fund UC Graduate Students

UCHRI has partnered with the LA Review of Books to offer two spots to UC graduate students in the LARB Publishing Workshop, an intensive summer training program for aspiring publishing professionals with an emphasis on diverse and innovative publishing outcomes. The workshop will take place online between June 24 and July 26, 2024.  In line »