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Postponed – Meet the Editors: A Guide to Submitting and Publishing Your Academic Book

Virtual Event

This event is going to be rescheduled. Meet the Editors: A Guide to Submitting and Publishing Your Academic Book Faculty and graduate students from all UC campuses are welcome. The discussion will be geared towards those completing their first academic manuscripts. Q&A to follow.               Niels Hooper, Executive Editor, […]

CANCELED – PhD+ Workshop – Academic Publishing

Virtual and In Person

This event has been canceled. How do you choose a reputable academic journal to publish in? What are your copyrights? What is open access? Where do you find academic publishing support at UCSC beyond your program and department? As scholarly communication librarian at the UCSC Library, Martha Stuit provides author services, including for theses and […]

C. Nadia Seremetakis – A Journey through Border Spaces of the Everyday

Humanities 1, Room 210 1156 high st, Santa cruz, CA, United States

The border is the shared topos of the anthropologist, the historian, the archaeologist, the artist, the musician and the poet, as they all bring into dialogue the past and future  with the present, the inside with the outside, the particular with the general. Borders are the meeting points of mind and body, ideas and senses, […]

Our Mutual Friend Discussion Series: Parts XI-XV

Virtual Event

Join Professor Karen Hattaway (San Jacinto College) for a series of discussions about the book that stunned Conrad and Dostoevsky.  Our Mutual Friend by Charles Dickens Sept. 25, Oct. 23, Nov. 27, and Jan. 22 at 1:00-3:00 PM (PDT) | Virtual Events Charles Dickens published Our Mutual Friend in twenty monthly parts from May 1864 […]

CANCELED – PhD+ Workshop – Mindfulness

Virtual and In Person

Mindfulness is a particular way of paying attention. It is the mental faculty of purposefully bringing attention to one’s present moment experience. Practicing mindfulness can lead to: improved ability to focus, increased patience and adaptability, greater empathy and compassion, and improved feelings of well-being. In this session we’ll review mindfulness basics and try a couple […]

Patti Smith: Songs & Stories, A Book of Days

Rio Theater 1205 Soquel Avenue, Santa Cruz, CA, United States

Bookshop Santa Cruz is thrilled to welcome Patti Smith, National Book Award-winning author of Just Kids and M Train, back to town for a celebration of A Book of Days—her deeply moving and idiosyncratic visual book of days featuring more than 365 images and reflections. Tickets include entry to the event and a copy of […]

CANCELED – PhD+ Workshop – Maintaining Work-Life Balance in Academia

Virtual and In Person

Join Angel Dominguez for an interactive workshop and discussion of what it means to cultivate a healthy work-life balance. The interactive discussion will cover the importance of setting boundaries, time management, how technology can be your friend, and why saying “no” doesn't make you a bad person! Angel is a queer, first-generation, Latinx UCSC alumnus […]

CANCELED: Hannah Zeavin – Hot and Cool Mothers

Humanities 1, Room 210 1156 high st, Santa cruz, CA, United States

“Hot and Cool Mothers” moves toward a media theory of mothering and parental “fitness.” The article begins with an investigation into midcentury pediatric psychological studies on Bad Mothers and their […]

CANCELED – PhD+ Workshop – Public Speaking

Virtual and In Person

Learn techniques to warm up, deal with nerves, craft your talk, and deliver an engaging oration for any audience. This interactive workshop will take you through Bri’s trademarked W.A.V.E.® methods […]