School of Humanities | Events this week on anti-blackness and racism ♥ ★ ✚

Events this week on anti-blackness and racism   The events of the last two weeks following the police killing of George Floyd have galvanized ongoing protests and calls for action against the structural racism in American society. Across the campus and in the School of Humanities, there have been several events to educate ourselves and [...]

School of Humanities | Events this week on anti-blackness and racism ♥ ★ ✚2020-07-09T13:38:37-07:00

School of Humanities | A message from Dean Tyrus Miller:

A message from Dean Tyrus Miller: Dear UCI School of Humanities faculty, staff, and students, I write, as dean, to express my outrage and sorrow for the violent and brutal death of George Floyd on May 25, 2020 at the hands of Minneapolis police officers. This was not an isolated incident by a rogue policeman [...]

School of Humanities | A message from Dean Tyrus Miller:2020-07-23T09:00:00-07:00

Dr. Sora Han Receives 2nd Annual Frances Leslie DECADE Mentor Excellence Award ♥ ★

Dr. Sora Han, Associate Professor in the Department of Criminology, Law and Society (CLS), the School of Law, and the Department of African American Studies, and the Director of the PhD Program in Culture and Theory in the School of Humanities, is the 2020 recipient of the Frances M. Leslie DECADE Mentor Excellence Award. Among [...]

Dr. Sora Han Receives 2nd Annual Frances Leslie DECADE Mentor Excellence Award ♥ ★2020-05-19T16:36:44-07:00

UCI Counts: The Importance of the Census 2020 ♥★

The UC Irvine School Social Sciences and UCI Humanities Center present UCI Counts: The Importance of the Census 2020 Tuesday, March 31 12:00-1:00 p.m. Live Zoom Discussion: https://uci.zoom.us/j/600578735 The U.S. Census, what is it? And why should it matter? Join the following expert panelists as they explore how individual contribution can create national impact: Bill [...]

UCI Counts: The Importance of the Census 2020 ♥★2020-03-25T15:22:58-07:00

UCI project to capture histories of marginalized communities in Orange County earns California Humanities grant ♥ ★

Summary: A team of UCI faculty and librarians received a $20K Humanities for All Project Grant from the California Humanities for the project “Sharing Comfort and Care: Intergenerational Story-Mapping in the Cambodian, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Communities of Orange County.”   Full article: UCI project to capture histories of marginalized communities in Orange County [...]

UCI project to capture histories of marginalized communities in Orange County earns California Humanities grant ♥ ★2020-05-19T15:08:21-07:00

“The Dying of Democracy Everywhere: The U.S., Iran, and the Middle East,” a talk by Dr. Cornel West ♥

"The Dying of Democracy Everywhere: The U.S., Iran, and the Middle East," a talk by Dr. Cornel West DATE Fri, 02/14/2020 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm LOCATION UCI Student Center, Crystal Cove Auditorium DETAILS Please join us in UCI Student Center, Crystal Cove Auditorium on February 14. A Q&A will follow the talk with Dr. Cornel [...]

“The Dying of Democracy Everywhere: The U.S., Iran, and the Middle East,” a talk by Dr. Cornel West ♥2020-02-04T17:12:40-08:00

Archaeology in a Post-Truth World Interdisciplinary Conference ♥ ★ ✚

Dear colleagues, We are excited to announce that on Saturday and Sunday, February 8-9, our campus will host the Department of Philosophy's Archaeology in a Post-Truth World Interdisciplinary Conference.   The popularity of false narratives about history (alternative history) and archaeology (pseudoarchaeology) poses a unique threat. In a post-truth world, false stories — e.g. that [...]

Archaeology in a Post-Truth World Interdisciplinary Conference ♥ ★ ✚2020-01-27T15:28:24-08:00

Archaeology in a Post-Truth World Interdisciplinary Conference ♥ ★ ✚

Dear colleagues, We are excited to announce that on Saturday and Sunday, February 8-9, our campus will host the Department of Philosophy's Archaeology in a Post-Truth World Interdisciplinary Conference.   The popularity of false narratives about history (alternative history) and archaeology (pseudoarchaeology) poses a unique threat. In a post-truth world, false stories — e.g. that [...]

Archaeology in a Post-Truth World Interdisciplinary Conference ♥ ★ ✚2020-01-27T15:28:24-08:00

Suffering “Well” Across Communities of Color: A Comparative Conversation on Race, Ableism, and Disability Studies with Mimi Khúc and Sami Schalk ♥ ★ ✚

Suffering “Well” Across Communities of Color: A Comparative Conversation on Race, Ableism, and Disability Studies with Mimi Khúc and Sami Schalk A comparative and intersectional conversation on race, ableism, and disability studies exploring ableism in Asian American and African American communities and how ethnic studies can more fully develop a disability lens. This event is [...]

Suffering “Well” Across Communities of Color: A Comparative Conversation on Race, Ableism, and Disability Studies with Mimi Khúc and Sami Schalk ♥ ★ ✚2020-06-04T14:23:47-07:00

Postdoc Panel for Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences

Postdoc Panel for Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences – Wednesday, December 4th from 12:00-2:00pm (Humanities Gateway 1010) Graduate students are invited to join us for a Q&A session with current Postdocs in Humanities and Social Ecology! Postodoc panelists will talk about their experiences in their current positions and give advice on how they found [...]

Postdoc Panel for Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences2019-11-27T13:15:26-08:00