The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Citizenship and the Politics of Exclusion
Free event on Oct 6th at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History (MAH).
Join us Oct 18th for Questions That Matter.
"Anger in Politics" discussion featuring Deborah Gould (Sociology), Sean Keilen (Literature), and Daniel Wirls (Politics). Presented by IHR and Shakespeare Workshop.
NEH Announces $1.7 Million for "Next Generation PhD"
Grants Seek to Foster a Culture Change in Humanities Graduate Education.
A memoir of surfing by UC Santa Cruz graduate William Finnegan, (Cowell, ’74, English literature) is at the top of President Obama’s 2016 Summer Reading ...Read More
In late Spring, Time Magazine reached out to 25 historians and asked them to nominate a pivotal moment in history that has changed our nation. The rules ...Read More
by Scott Rappaport Why is studying the humanities—history, literature, languages, philosophy, culture—important? How would you convince your parents, an employer, a politician, or others that there ...Read More