Spotlights from 2018
Confused about Human Subjects rules and humanities research? Laverne Estañol, Assistant Director, Human Research Protections, provided explanations, tips and resources at her May 10 presentation in the Humanities Commons. We've compiled the essentials here.Click here for more information
The "Documenting War" Mellon Sawyer Seminar supported graduate students working on constructing civilian and military deaths in early 20th c. Russia, a novel about the Columbian diaspora and violence in their homeland and a novel on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Join us as Olivia Humphrey, Rebecca Sacks, and Jaime Lalinde present their works in progress
Scott Kleinman (English, CSU Northridge) gave a workshop on topic modeling as an analytical tool for humanities research. A video recording of the workshop, along with slides and other resources, is available on the WhatEvery1Says project website.Click here for more information
Mark Ocegueda (History) recently received a UC MEXUS grant towards his dissertation research on the Mexican American community in San Bernardino. Mark shares about his scholarship, inspiration, and family history.Click here for more information
Olivia Humphrey applied her skills as a historian, along with an interest in publicly accessible scholarship, to establish the LARB China Channel.Click here for more information
If you missed the conference or you want to continue the conversations, read Provocations by our speakers in response to the question: who do we think we are?
Presented by UCI's Forum on the Academy and the Public and the Los Angeles Review of Books.