Remembering UCI emeritus professor Lamar Hill

Remembering UCI emeritus professor Lamar Hill

Influential historian studied the shaping of British society

Recipe for change

Recipe for change

Anteater Sahana Vij fights child hunger with proceeds from her new cookbook

UCI Humanities graduate student earns prestigious AAUW fellowship

UCI Humanities graduate student earns prestigious AAUW fellowship

Support allows student to commit her full focus to the pursuit of her Ph.D.

UCI to launch yearlong series on Black Reconstruction with funding from Mellon Foundation

UCI to launch yearlong series on Black Reconstruction with funding from Mellon Foundation

Interdisciplinary project to show how 150-year-old themes remain relevant

Healing through memoir

Healing through memoir

UCI English professor's two new books grapple with lingering effects of homophobia

Being the future

Being the future

New course welcomes first-generation students to the School of Humanities

Tiffany Willoughby-Herard named Professor Extraordinarius

Tiffany Willoughby-Herard named Professor Extraordinarius

UCI scholar joins UNISA's College of Human Sciences

Stories of sanctuary

Stories of sanctuary

UCI medievalist's book uncovers tales of sanctuary from Robin Hood to today

Building community through diverse scholarship

Building community through diverse scholarship

Inaugural Black Studies Cluster makes space and opportunities for UCI graduate students in the humanities

On the road again: Q&A with Hector Tobar

On the road again: Q&A with Hector Tobar

UCI professor drives across America in search of its Latino soul

The Welcome Table

The Welcome Table

Two Anteaters give Black voices a platform through popular podcast and web series

Out of the darkness

Out of the darkness

Dante Alighieri closed Inferno, his poetic vision of hell and the first canticle of his 14th-century epic The Divine Comedy, with a luminous line: "And then we came out again to see the stars."

Building solidarity with communities

Building solidarity with communities

UCI students take an inclusive, collaborative approach to working in local areas

Making and capturing history

Making and capturing history

Founding faculty member Spencer Olin reflects on UCI's history

Four postdoctoral fellows join UCI School of Humanities

Four postdoctoral fellows join UCI School of Humanities

The UCI School of Humanities welcomes an American Council of Learned Societies Emerging Voices Fellow, a Chancellor's Advance Postdoctoral Fellow and two UC President's Postdoctoral Fellows

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Read, watch, listen, participate

Stories, podcasts and videos to enrich your Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month

UCI Podcast: Hector Tobar on the diverse faces of Latino America

UCI Podcast: Hector Tobar on the diverse faces of Latino America

The acclaimed scholar and writer embarked on a 9,000-mile roadtrip to explore Latinx identities across the U.S.

Black Thriving Initiative one year later

Black Thriving Initiative one year later

The program continues to pave new paths for research and creative expression, teaching and learning, and community engagement

Ancient principles for a modern world

Ancient principles for a modern world

Brianne Donaldson co-authors first full-length examination of bioethics in Jainism

Humanities: It's Time

Humanities: It's Time

UCI School of Humanities unveils outdoor museum

The power of language

The power of language

Internationally acclaimed writer Ngugi wa Thiong'o wields words to broaden perspectives and write history

Council of Graduate Schools funding supports career development for humanities scholars

Council of Graduate Schools funding supports career development for humanities scholars

UCI joins The Humanities Coalition to foster diverse career opportunities

UCI Center for Critical Korean Studies receives two international grants

UCI Center for Critical Korean Studies receives two international grants

Over $1 million in funding will support programs, create new faculty position

First-gen undergrad journal publishes second issue

First-gen undergrad journal publishes second issue

Latest edition of Lucid showcases writing on the pandemic-driven theme of 'Transitions & Transformations'

Honoring her ancestors

Honoring her ancestors

UCI alumna makes generous estate gift to support Western Armenian language instruction

The Olympics - then and now

The Olympics - then and now

UCI classics scholar shares four ways today's competition contrasts with its ancient predecessor

Erika Hayasaki awarded Knight-Wallace Reporting Fellowship

Erika Hayasaki awarded Knight-Wallace Reporting Fellowship

UCI professor will tell underreported stories in Illinois and Mississippi

Kindness in bloom

Kindness in bloom

UCI alumna starts non-profit to help teenage girls heal from bullying

Five UCI Humanities graduate students receive Fulbright grants

Five UCI Humanities graduate students receive Fulbright grants

Students will conduct research in India, Japan and Taiwan

UCI Podcast: Uncovering the cause of the soil lead crisis in Santa Ana

UCI Podcast: Uncovering the cause of the soil lead crisis in Santa Ana

UCI historian Juan Manuel Rubio partners with environmental justice groups on research

Historian Sharon Block named UCI Inclusive Excellence Professor

Historian Sharon Block named UCI Inclusive Excellence Professor

Five inaugural professors will lead faculty training and mentorship

Historian Jessica Millward named UCI Inclusive Excellence Term Chair

Historian Jessica Millward named UCI Inclusive Excellence Term Chair

Five inaugural chairs will align with goals of UCI's Black Thriving Initiative

A global scholar

A global scholar

UCI critical race theorist pens book about global perspectives on dread

Remembering UCI alumnus Vincent Steckler

Remembering UCI alumnus Vincent Steckler

Tech titan and philanthropist made lasting impact on campus

What can I do with a humanities degree?

What can I do with a humanities degree?

5 skills in marketing and communications I gained from studying the humanities at UCI

From student storytellers to student speakers

From student storytellers to student speakers

UCI literary journalism majors to speak at commencement

UCI Podcast: Why curiosity, integrity, humility and tenacity contribute to a good life

UCI Podcast: Why curiosity, integrity, humility and tenacity contribute to a good life

UCI's Anteater Virtues Project teaches students four core intellectual virtues

Sea stories

Sea stories

UCI students record community's connection to the ocean through oral history project

Colonial afterlives

Colonial afterlives

UCI historian's new edited collection explores interlinked history of colonialism and sexuality

A revolution in language

A revolution in language

New French and Italian language courses at UCI are designed for Spanish speakers

A fresh perspective on the AAPI experience

A fresh perspective on the AAPI experience

UCI students employ photovoice technique to document reality in O.C.'s Asian American and Pacific Islander community during pandemic

UCI's Adria Imada is named a 2021 Andrew Carnegie Fellow

UCI's Adria Imada is named a 2021 Andrew Carnegie Fellow

History professor is among 26 recipients of prestigious award across U.S.

Mapping pollution

Mapping pollution

UCI history Ph.D. uses historical maps to trace Santa Ana's present-day lead crisis

Optimism to the max

Optimism to the max

UCI alumnus finds meaning in traveling and mentorship

Gig's up

Gig's up

UCI media scholar's new book explores the shortcomings of the gig economy

(Dont) Just go with the flow

(Dont) Just go with the flow

New book by UCI digital media scholar challenges popular ideas in gaming

Multipurpose career prep

Multipurpose career prep

Ian Massey '13 credits success as financial adviser to his literary journalism degree

Celebrating Latinx excellence

Celebrating Latinx excellence

UCI Humanities scholars recognized at the Latino Excellence and Achievement Awards

Virtue hoarders

Virtue hoarders

UCI professor's new book examines professional-managerial class ideology

UCI minor paves the way for future bilingual teachers

UCI minor paves the way for future bilingual teachers

Spanish/English bilingual education minor prepares students for careers in bilingual education

Dalton Salvo sees simulated classrooms as the future

Dalton Salvo sees simulated classrooms as the future

Doctoral student believes virtual worlds are 'next evolutionary step' of online learning

Next-gen women

Next-gen women

This Women's History Month, meet UCI women who are shaping the future

Now airing-Sports TV

Now airing-Sports TV

UCI media scholar's new book explores the evolution of sport broadcasts

Grant establishes endowment for doctoral fellowships in Iranian studies

Grant establishes endowment for doctoral fellowships in Iranian studies

Support further distinguishes UCI as destination for scholars of ancient and modern Iran

6 reasons to major in Japanese studies at UCI

6 reasons to major in Japanese studies at UCI

Studying Japan will broaden your understanding of the world and your career opportunities

UC Shakespeare Trial - Julius Caesar

UC Shakespeare Trial - Julius Caesar

Is Brutus guilty of high crimes?

Stressing the humanity in medical humanities

Stressing the humanity in medical humanities

UCI center offers compassionate perspectives on health and disease

Exploring the Nowhere

Exploring the Nowhere

UCI scholar's new book explores intersection of time, space and Black creation

In memoriam

In memoriam

J. Hillis Miller, professor emeritus of comparative literature and English

Lunar New Year

Lunar New Year

A guide on the holiday and its global celebrations

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Read, watch, listen, participate

Stories, podcasts and videos to enrich your Black History Month

UCI art historians exhibition, The Black Index, comes to University Art Gallery

UCI art historians exhibition, The Black Index, comes to University Art Gallery

Virtual-reality tour makes exhibition of Black art accessible to all

Alumnus Vincent Steckler 80 and his wife donate $10.4 million to UCI

Alumnus Vincent Steckler 80 and his wife donate $10.4 million to UCI

Gift will support art history students, create ICS center promoting inclusiveness

Objects of the past, present and future

Objects of the past, present and future

UCI art historian traces South Asia's present in objects from its past

The future of graduate education

The future of graduate education

A panel with Deans Hayes, Miller and Richardson