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This year the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center’s public events series will explore the forces that shape boundaries, the energies that collect around them, and the urgencies that spur their crossing. Under certain conditions, movement across boundaries can liberate, empower, and stimulate creativity, while under different conditions, it can cause trauma,...

The 2017-18 IHC Public Humanities Graduate Teaching Fellows program seeks graduate students to work as instructors in a correspondence program on “Foundations in the Humanities” for inmates of North Kern State Prison and Kern Valley State Prison. The curriculum for the course consists of brief foundational readings in the humanities, including works by Yusef Komunyakaa, Jack London, Tim O’Brien, Sandra Cisneros, and Annie Dillard.

IHC congratulates Alanna Bartolini (English), UCSB's representative to the Metadata Central workshop at UCLA. 

Designed to encourage academic professionalization, the IHC Graduate Affiliates Program will foster a community of graduate student scholars to engage in dialogue around the events of the 2015-16 IHC series The Humanities and the Brain

Call for Nominations The Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, on behalf of the Division of Humanities and Fine Arts and the Graduate Division, is now accepting applications for the UC Graduate Fellows in the Humanities program, now in its fifth year.

Gary Shteyngart (author, Super Sad True Love Story, Little Failure) Thursday, April 10 / 8:00 PM Campbell Hall, UCSB FREE UC Santa Barbara is pleased to welcome Gary Shteyngart as the inaugural Diana and Simon Raab Writer-in-Residence.  He will read selections

Call for Nominations

The Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, on behalf of the Division of Humanities and Fine Arts and the Graduate Division, is now accepting applications for the UC Graduate Fellows in the Humanities program, now in its fourth year.