Initiatives are multi-campus collaborations on particular topics and issues programmed and administered by UCHRI.
Refuge and Its Refusals is a new 18-month research initiative developed by UCHRI and the Humanities Network to foster the systemwide engagement of humanities faculty and students around refuge as concept, practice, obligation, and ruse. The promise of refuge animates institutions as diverse as universities, hospitals, museums, and detention centers and as quotidian as restrooms, »
A global scholarly network that fosters exchange between scholars in Asia, the Global East, and other parts of the world.
The California Studies Consortium brought together scholars across the UC system and beyond to explore historical and contemporary issues concerning all things California.
The Digital Media and Learning Competition was designed to find and inspire the most novel uses of new media in support of connected learning.
The Digital Media and Learning Research Hub advances research in service of a more equitable, participatory and effective ecosystem of learning in the networked era.
Horizons of the Humanities explores the ways social and technological changes shape the humanities and the university more broadly.
Humanists@Work offers graduate student-led initiatives and programs that allow PhD students to explore and pursue diverse professional and career opportunities.
The Humanities and Changing Conceptions of Work explores and assesses the critical historical and contemporary transformations in the meanings and experiences of work.
A working group to assess how liberal arts education is and should be adapting to the modern world.
Living Through Upheaval addresses the transformative issues related to moments of upheaval–past, present, and future.
Religions in Diaspora and Global Affairs explored the complex cultural and political relations between diasporic religious communities and their self-identified homelands.