Making Feminist Futures at the Feminist Research Institute Symposium

January 27, 2020

On January 23, the UC Davis Feminist Research Institute (FRI) convened a group of scholars and activists for a half day symposium around the theme of Feminist Futures. Featuring UC Davis faculty, graduate students, and invited scholar keynotes, the event addressed FRI’s attention to “the need to engage in research practices that imagine a more just world and move us in that direction.

Thinking and Learning Together: Timothy Choy and a Multi-campus Seminar

November 18, 2019

Collaborations and experimental pedagogies are two potential outcomes of an exciting multi-campus graduate seminar happening this quarter, titled Engineered Worlds: Terraformations. The collaboration between Timothy K. Choy, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Science and Technology Studies at UC Davis, Jake Kosek at UC Berkeley, Joseph P.

Corpora, Enthusiasm and Pair Work in L2 Education

May 28, 2019


Each year, graduate students organize the Annual Symposium on Language Research to showcase the latest language-related research. The 6th Annual Symposium held on May 24th featured a variety of panels on the latest language-related research, one of which was centered on corpora-based approaches and best practices for second-language (L2) reading.