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Out of History: Against the Self-evidence of Anti-blackness

Diren Valayden and Megan McCabe ask: what does a reading of anti-blackness as racial discourse reveal?

Reading for Infrastructure

Chokehold, Entanglement, Energy. Explore a lexicon for navigating new artifices and arrangements.

Museums and Decolonial Activism

Saloni Mathur captures debates surrounding the seizure of a material past.

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Announcing 2021-22 Graduate Student Dissertation Support Grants

Working through the upheavals of the past year, UC graduate students are finding creative ways to forge ahead with their dissertation research despite serious limitations. UCHRI is pleased to support nine dissertation projects from five campuses this year. Grantees will use these funds to purchase rare books and copies of archival materials, attend language classes, »

Foundry Open Call: Living Through Upheaval – On Water

Under Fire. On Water. After Earth. Out of Air. Foundry is devoted to innovative work that takes on emerging trends and possibilities in the humanities through experimental scholarship in form and substance. The Living Through Upheaval open call series summons scholars, activists, and artists to weigh the impact of our world’s contemporary transformations from a »

UCHRI Announces 2021-22 White Scholarship in Medicine and Humanities Recipients

UCHRI is pleased to announce the two winners of the 2021-22 Andrew Vincent White and Florence Wales White Graduate Student Scholarship in medicine and humanities. These two graduate students were selected from an extremely competitive systemwide pool of applicants, and their work represents UC’s cross-disciplinary excellence in medicine and the humanities. That “Greater Passivity”: Refusal »