IHC's Slavery Captivity and the Meaning of Freedom RFG
Giuliana Perrone (History, UCSB)Jannie Scott (Center for Black Studies Research, UCSB)Jasmine Yarish (Political Science, UCSB)
Summer funding opportunity for UCSB graduate students Application deadline: Monday, April 3, 2017
The Interdisciplinary Humanities Center and the Division of Humanities and Fine Arts announce a new summer funding opportunity in public humanities open to HFA M.F.A. students and Ph.D. students who have advanced to candidacy. The grant will provide summer funding to support projects that advance civic engagement through scholarly and creative work in the humanities and arts. (more…)
The IHC fosters interdisciplinary research in the humanities, fine arts and humanistic social sciences. Its grants support scholarship that makes original contributions to established areas of humanistic study, traverses disciplinary boundaries and advances emerging fields of inquiry. The IHC is also committed to developing projects that engage humanistic practices in addressing issues of social consequence. A cornerstone of the Center’s activities is its year-long public events series, which explores topics and issues of far-reaching concern. As a member of the UC Consortium of Humanities Centers, the IHC serves as a link between the campus community and the University of California system.