UCI Podcast

UCI Podcast

Jessica Millward on the meaning and importance of Juneteenth

'Yonder they do not love your flesh': Mourning, Anti-Blackness, and Claiming All of Us

'Yonder they do not love your flesh': Mourning, Anti-Blackness, and Claiming All of Us

UCI Humanities Center hosts panel on anti-Black violence during COVID-19

Writing with care

Writing with care

UCI alumna E.J. Koh uses writing to heal and connect with others

Pop history

Pop history

With "Pawn Stars" fame, UCI alumnus brings history into the limelight

Seeing the forest for the trees

Seeing the forest for the trees

UCI historian's new book explores the complex history of Japan's forest management in Korea

5 tips for busting myths and misinformation

5 tips for busting myths and misinformation

UCI philosophers share practical tips for discerning credible information

Death centered

Death centered

UCI alumna and bioethicist Margaret Battin has dedicated her life to end-of-life issues

COVID-19 era read and watch list

COVID-19 era read and watch list

UCI literary scholar recommends sci-fi and speculative fiction for pandemic times

5 ways the pandemic is changing the world for the better

5 ways the pandemic is changing the world for the better

An interview with UCI philosopher Aaron James

Two UCI School of Humanities faculty receive teaching awards

Two UCI School of Humanities faculty receive teaching awards

Emily Baum and Bert Winther-Tamaki named in Celebration of Teaching pedagogical awards

The UCI Humanities social-distancing playlist #2

The UCI Humanities social-distancing playlist #2

Watchable content by UCI Humanities alumni to get you through #QuarantineLife

In memoriam

In memoriam

James L. Calderwood, Professor Emeritus of English

Stepping into the past

Stepping into the past

UCI student's course takes her across the globe for lifechanging experience

Game on

Game on

UCI scholar studies LGBTQ video games and their makers

Two UCI School of Humanities professors named Guggenheim Fellows

Two UCI School of Humanities professors named Guggenheim Fellows

Mark LeVine, professor of history, and Amy Wilentz, professor of English, receive prestigious honor

A revolution of words

A revolution of words

UCI scholar Frank B. Wilderson puts Afropessimism on the map

Writing from the front lines

Writing from the front lines

UCI folklorist captures tales of war firsthand

The UCI Humanities social-distancing playlist

The UCI Humanities social-distancing playlist

Podcasts by UCI Humanities scholars to keep you sharp and connected during challenging times

From filmmaking to fighting disease

From filmmaking to fighting disease

UCI alumnus Fabian Marquez draws strength from humanities

Rewriting the French Revolution

Rewriting the French Revolution

UCI historian highlights the role of Muslims and Islam in the French Revolution

Writing the art world

Writing the art world

Art history alumna is a wordsmith for major arts and educational institutions

Beyond the human

Beyond the human

New UCI professor's research blends religion, philosophy and animal ethics

The pastoral past

The pastoral past

UCI historian's book explores the many experiences of rural France after WWII

Digital media studies scholar joins UCI School of Humanities

Digital media studies scholar joins UCI School of Humanities

Bo Ruberg to teach in film and media studies, visual studies

A doctor for all

A doctor for all

UCI humanities alumnus and doctor Calvin Ho focuses on underserved communities

A worthy debate

A worthy debate

UCI students train for Ethics Bowl, proving the most powerful opinions are the ones most logically thought out

Setting Philadelphia's historical record straight

Setting Philadelphia's historical record straight

UCI literary scholar broadens record of early Philadelphia to highlight its Spanish origins

UCI's impeachment connection

UCI's impeachment connection

Alumna Megan Braun '10 is clerking for Chief Justice John Roberts as he oversees trial

UCI to welcome CIPSH Chair in New Humanities Hsiung Ping-chen

UCI to welcome CIPSH Chair in New Humanities Hsiung Ping-chen

Internationally renowned scholar will be in residence for five years

Mourning becomes eclectic

Mourning becomes eclectic

Exhibition featuring people's mementos of deceased loved ones explores nature of grief

Imagining future economies

Imagining future economies

UCI literary scholar edits new collection on science fiction and economics

Uniting the east and west

Uniting the east and west

Former UCI lecturer supports growth of Chinese studies

Core values

Core values

Freshman humanities course is ‘immersive deep dive into what it is that makes us human'

A primer on the Hong Kong protests

A primer on the Hong Kong protests

UCI historian's new book chronicles the current affairs of a region on the brink