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UC Humanities Update: October 15, 2012

UC Humanities Update

Welcome to the UC Humanities Forum, a fortnightly e-news blast designed to bring you the latest news and information about humanities across the UC system, from opportunities for funding and networking to stories about emerging research, collaborations, events, and more.

WHAT’S NEW ON THE FORUM

SECT VIII: Spaces of Resistance Mini-Forum
A collection of short essays reflecting on this summer’s seminar in experimental critical theory

Introducing Kelly Brown, UCHRI’s New Research Projects Manager
An interview with Kelly Anne Brown

Theory? Who, Me?!:
A piece about Japanese perspectives on theory by Satoko Kakihara

The View from Japan: Second Semester, Week 1
A piece on studying abroad in Japan as a graduate student by Satoko Kakihara

Keeping Publishing Public
A piece on open access publishing for academics by Sarah McCullough

 

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES 

Upcoming deadlines:

11/07/2012: Conferences

11/07/2012: Seminars

11/07/2012: Short-Term Collaborative Research Residencies

11/07/2012: Public Humanities Projects

12/12/2012: Humanities & Work Graduate Working Group

12/12/2012: Humanities & Work RRG-Working Group

12/12/2012: RRG Topic Proposals

12/12/2012: RRG Fellowships: “Urban Ecologies”

01/09/2013: 2013-14 UC President’s Faculty Fellowships in the Humanities

02/13/2013: Andrew & Florence White Graduate Scholarship

3/13/2013: 2013-15 Multicampus Research Groups

3/27/2013: Graduate-Sponsored Events and Workshops

4/3/2013: UCHRI Working Groups
NEW ON THE WEBSITE

David Theo Goldberg and Cathy N Davidson Named Finalists for 2012 World Technology Award

HASTAC seeking Postdoctoral Scholar for NSF EAGER Social Network Data Grant

Queering States/Nations: Intended, Unintended, and Perplexing Effects 

Caves and Cognition Symposium

 

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