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Festival of Monsters

Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, CA, United States

Monsters lurk in our culture. They rise in times of growing prejudice, discrimination and othering. The 2023 Festival of Monsters (Oct. 13-15) — hosted by the UC Santa Cruz Center […]

Linguistics Colloquium: Ryan Bennett

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

Ryan Bennett, UC Santa Cruz: "Vowel deletion as grammatically-controlled gestural overlap in Uspanteko" Uspanteko (Mayan) is spoken by ~5000 people in the central highlands of Guatemala. Unstressed vowels in Uspanteko […]

PhD+ Series – Plática with the authors of The Latinx Guide to Graduate School

Cervantes and Velasquez Conference Room Bay Tree Building, 420 Hagar Dr, Santa Cruz, CA, United States

Join us for a delightful conversation and book talk with Dr. Genevieve Negrón-Gonzales and Dr. Magdalena Barrera, authors of The Latinx Guide to Graduate School. Graduate Students are invited to […]

micha cárdenas – Atoms Never Touch

Two Birds Books 881 41st Ave, Santa Cruz, CA, United States

Join us in celebrating the debut of Atoms Never Touch by micha cárdenas; forward by adrienne maree brown. Jumping to alternate realities sounds great, if you're in control. But what […]

National Endowment for the Humanities Q&A

Virtual Event

Please join us on Tuesday, October 17th from 12:00-1:30 p.m. for a virtual open forum Q&A with Program Officers from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). This event will […]

PhD+ Series – Preparing the Teaching Statement and Portfolio

Graduate Student Commons, Room 204 420 Hagar Dr, Santa Cruz

Gain tools and tips for effectively writing a teaching statement, a common document in faculty hiring and review processes and an opportunity to reflect on how your teaching supports student learning. We’ll also review how to select teaching portfolio materials that tell a compelling story of who you are as an educator. Kendra Dority, left, […]

Martina Broner – From Arboreal to Aerial: Seeing the Amazon from Above

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

Can seeing the Amazon from above bring about new perspectives on the forest at a critical time? This talk proposes that the documentary Helena Sarayaku manta (dir. Eriberto Gualinga, 2021) […]

Living Writers – J. Vanessa Lyon

Humanities Lecture Hall Santa Cruz, CA, United States

J. Vanessa Lyon is the author of Lush Lives (an inaugural title of Roxane Gay Books/Grove Atlantic), the Audible Original The Groves, and Meet Me in Madrid, written under the […]