Interdisciplinary Humanities Center

  • Lecture series explores how the humanities can offer a fuller understanding of large environmental, societal problems

  • The Interdisciplinary Humanities Center selects poet Tyree Daye as the Raab Writer in Residence

  • Graduate Fellows will have the opportunity to experience the impact of the humanities on individuals and communities

  • IHC pairs student translators with non-native English-speaking parents for parent-teacher conferences

  • The Interdisciplinary Humanities Center's 2018-2019 lecture series will examine concepts of human security

  • The UC Student Veterans Summer Writing Workshop comes to UCSB, and its participants have stories to tell

  • IHC artists in schools

    The Interdisciplinary Humanities Center partners with the Franklin Service Center for arts enrichment program

  • Unique correspondence course brings study of the humanities to incarcerated adults

  • Helen Macdonald, the award-winning memorist and 2018 Raab Writer-in-Residence, will give a public reading

  • Scientists are still only beginning to understand the biological and genetic consequences of opioid addiction

  • IHC’s new series examines social issues that resonate with scholars, students and global community

  • Linda Yamane

    Native American basket weavers demonstrate the traditional craft and discuss its role in their communities

  • Educator Harry Boyte, in a visit to UCSB, will argue universities need to cultivate a spirit of civic engagement in students

  • UCSB student veterans to present writings based on their experiences in uniform

  • Memoirist Mary Karr, 2016 Writer-in-Residence at UCSB, to speak at event, meet with students

  • A UCSB professor’s personal experience with issues of immigration shapes her academic passions

  • UCSB Interdisciplinary Humanities Center’s series takes a broad approach to exploring the workings of the brain

  • UC Veterans Summer Writing Workshop

    Student veterans from all 10 UC campuses gather at UCSB to practice the art of narrative and explore their memories of war

  • Pulitzer Prize-winning composer John Luther Adams to speak at UCSB as part of the IHC series ‘The Anthropocene‘

  • The Writer-in-Residence Series enables writing and literature students to engage with masters of the craft

  • Interdisciplinary Humanities Center's yearlong series features New York Times environmental writer Andrew Revkin

  • New series will bring creative writers, humanities scholars, journalists and filmmakers to UCSB

  • Continuing its yearlong series “The Value of Care,” UC Santa Barbara’s Interdisciplinary Humanities Center hosts a talk by preacher Thomas G. Long and funeral director Thomas Lynch on Thursday, Feb. 6.

  • Fallout: In the Aftermath of War, a yearlong series presented by UC Santa Barbara's Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, continues winter quarter with a variety of events, including lectures, panel discussions, and theater performances, that...

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