Upcoming Lectures & Events

Apr 6 Thu
Community Matters Series TALK: Revolution as Storytime: The Uprisings of 2011 and the Art of Viral Narrative Nathan Schneider (Media Studies, University of Colorado - Boulder)
Apr 13 Thu
IHC's New Sexualities RFG PERFORMANCE: Mapping Dissent Lorena Wolffer (Artist)
Apr 13 Thu
Community Matters Series TALK: Beyond the Romance of Community: Envisioning Queer Collectivity, Contesting Racial Capitalism Miranda Joseph (Gender and Women’s Studies, University of Arizona)
Apr 20 Thu
Community Matters Series TALK: Urban Hallucinations Julie Eizenberg (Founding Principle, KoningEizenberg)Hank Koning (Founding Principle, KoningEizenberg)
Apr 21 Fri
and Apr 22 Sat
Events CONFERENCE: Transience, Garbage, Excess, Loss: The Ephemeral, 1500-1800 Jonathan Goldberg (English, Emory)Elizabeth Heckendorn Cook (English, UCSB)
Apr 27 Thu
IHC's Identity Studies RFG DISCUSSION: When School Meets the Other: Intercultural Policies in the Basque Inclusive School Maria Martinez (Feminist Studies, UCSB)
Apr 27 Thu
Community Matters Series TALK: Ceramics as a Medium and Its Discontents Jenni Sorkin (History of Art & Architecture, UCSB)
May 4 Thu
Community Matters Series DEMONSTRATION & DISCUSSION: Community Basketweaving Jennifer BatesLois BohnaLinda Yamane

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2016-17 IHC Public Events Series

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The 2017 Arthur N. Rupe Great Debate: Is ISIS an Existential Threat to the United States?

Thursday, May 18, 2017 / 7:30 PM
UCSB Campbell Hall
The question of whether ISIS (the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria) poses an existential threat to the United States and to countries in the Middle East remains a security issue of national and international consequence. Monica Duffy Toft and Marc Gopin will engage in an informed debate about the extent and nature of the threat ISIS poses and how the US should respond.

The 2017 Diana and Simon Raab Writer-in-Residence: Yusef Komunyakaa

Agents of Change: Harry Boyte for Community Matters

INAUGURAL LECTURE for Community Matters: Insubordinate Spaces for Intemperate Times: Why Civic Engagement Matters Now

IHC public events series for 2016-17: Community Matters

New Faculty Funding Opportunity: Community-Engaged Participatory Pedagogy in the Arts Program

Humanities in the Community awards

The IHC congratulates the recipients of the 2016 Humanities in the Community summer awards. (more…)

Interpreting at IV Elementary School: A Community-Engagement Opportunity for UCSB Graduate Students

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Paid IHC Project Opportunity for Humanities Graduate Student | Deadline Thursday, Dec 15 2016

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WATCH Past IHC Events on Vimeo

Talks by previous speakers for the IHC’s public events series are now available on Vimeo.

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