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Public Fellowship Info Session

Humanities 1, Room 402

Curious about becoming a THI Public Fellow? Not sure how to find the right partner organization? If you're thinking about applying your expertise in the public sphere or exploring career opportunities beyond academia, then you may be interested in THI's Public Fellowship program. Public fellowships provide opportunities for doctoral students in the Humanities to contribute […]

Public Fellowship Info Session

Humanities 1, Room 402

Curious about becoming a THI Public Fellow? Not sure how to find the right partner organization? If you're thinking about applying your expertise in the public sphere or exploring career opportunities beyond academia, then you may be interested in THI's Public Fellowship program. Public fellowships provide opportunities for doctoral students in the Humanities to contribute […]

IHR Public Fellows Info Session 2

Humanities 1, Room 402

IHR PUBLIC FELLOWS Deadline: April 30, 2017 Amount: Up to $5,000 Number of Fellowships: 3 or more (based on the availability of funds) These fellowships will provide the opportunity for humanities doctoral students to contribute to research, programming, communications and fundraising at non-profit organizations, cultural institutions, or companies and are meant to allow the students […]

“The Widow and the Orphan: Stories of Reform in Multigenerational India”

Humanities 1, Room 402

The Center for Emerging Worlds and The Department of Anthropology Present: Dr. Sareeta Amrute   "The Widow and the Orphan: Stories of Reform in Multigenerational India" Works-In-Progress Seminar Tuesday, February 7, 2017 2-4pm Humanities 1, Room 402 Email mfernan3@ucsc.edu for copies of the paper   "adding.sleep(): Race and Refusal in the Indian Tech Diaspora" Colloquium […]

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From Concept to Project: A Digital Mapping Workshop for Graduate Students with Yoh Kawano

Humanities 1, Room 402

Are you developing a digital map but feel unsure about your next steps? Or, having trouble reconciling the complexity of spatial theory with the nuts-and-bolts of GIS? Graduate students interested in mapping and integrating spatial thinking into their research should consider joining this workshop with Yoh Kawano. Kawano is the GIS Specialist at UCLA and a lecturer […]

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Critical Leisure Studies Winter Seminar: Introduction & The Right to be Lazy

Humanities 1, Room 402

In our introductory Winter Seminar, we hope to foster intellectual dialogue amongst a community of scholars interested in exploring the theoretical implications and transformative possibilities in thinking the category of “leisure” historically and in the contemporary moment. The first half of the meeting, will be an open discussion about the interdisciplinary possibilities of “leisure” as […]

Joseph M. Pierce: “Writing Queer Sisterhood: The Diaries of Julia and Delfina Bunge and the Argentine Fin de Siglo (1890-1910)”

Humanities 1, Room 402

This presentation focuses on a unique coincidence in Argentine fin de siglo (1890-1910): sisters who 1) simultaneously kept a diary for an extended period of time, 2) actually shared, read, and commented on reading each other’s diaries, and 3) though under quite different circumstances, published these diaries subsequently. I read the diary as an interface […]

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Melissa Gregg: “8 Hours for What We Will”

Humanities 1, Room 402

Discussion on time management in the workplace and the role of technology in facilitating dominant ideas of productivity. RSVP required. Please email Caroline Kao cakao@ucsc.edu. In preparation, please read 2 chapters of any time management self help book and make a note of those things that are classified as leisure activities by the author. Some […]

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