“What Matters to Me and Why,” Susan Huang, MD MPH, Professor of Medicine ♥ ★

Humanities Gateway 1030

Please join us for the 2021-22 “What Matters to Me and Why” discussion Who:   Susan Huang, MD MPH, Professor of Medicine When:  Wednesday, May 18, 2022, at Noon Where:  In-Person, Humanities Gateway 1030 (Note: Grab N Go boxed lunch provided after the event at 1:00 p.m.); Online via Zoom Webinar Reservations:  RSVP for In-Person Here To attend via…

What Matters to Me and Why: Ian O. Williamson, Dean, UCI Paul Merage School of Business ★

Humanities Gateway 1030

Please join us for the 2021-22 “What Matters to Me and Why” discussion Who:   Ian O. Williamson, Dean, UCI Paul Merage School of Business When:  Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021, at Noon Where:  In-Person, Humanities Gateway 1030 (Note: Boxed lunch provided after the event at 1:00 p.m.); Online via Zoom Webinar Reservations:  RSVP for In-Person Here To attend via…

Borders & Belonging: Can a Woman be Elected President? A Conversation that Matters ♥ ★

Humanities Gateway 1030

Borders & Belonging: Can a Woman be Elected President? A Conversation that Matters Tuesday, February 18, 11:30 a.m. (lunch), 12:00 p.m. (conversation) HG 1010 - RSVP for lunch here by February 11 HG 1030 - Roundtable conversation Join us for a lively conversation, moderated by Vicki Ruiz, Distinguished Professor Emerita of history and Chicano &…

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

Humanities Gateway 1030

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…

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

Humanities Gateway 1030

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…

Social Media and Social Movements from Hong Kong to Silicon Valley and Beyond ♥

Humanities Gateway 1030

  Focus on continuing crisis in Hong Kong and issues associated with online censorship. Read more Read less About this Event Moderated by Liz Carter and featuring both authors, with book signing to follow. This event will celebrate the release of two new books by UCI faculty that are both appearing in the Columbia Global…

“Shirley Chisholm ’72: Unbought & Unbossed” (2004) Film Screening ♥ ★

Humanities Gateway 1030

"Shirley Chisholm '72: Unbought & Unbossed" (2004) Film Screening Tuesday, January 28, 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. Humanities Gateway 1030 Davin L. Phoenix, assistant professor of political science at UCI, will introduce the film and moderate the discussion with comments by Tiffany Willoughby-Herard, associate professor of African American studies at UCI. Bring your lunches; dessert and…