HumArts Clusters

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The UC Davis Humanities Institute sponsored HumArts Research Clusters represent the range of work among faculty and graduate students in the humanities, arts, and humanistic social sciences. The research clusters provide a critical space for research and collaboration not easily accomplished in a single department or program. 

Clusters are meant to facilitate exchange among faculty and graduate students in workshops, symposia, or mini-conferences, to encourage experimentation with new forms of collaboration within and beyond UC Davis, and to broaden the aims of faculty research in the humanities and humanistic social sciences. HumArts Clusters are awarded up to $5,000 annually. The call for applications is released in Spring Quarter. 

 

2020-2021 New HumArts Research Clusters 

See|Hear|Say: New Work with Voice, Bodies, Sound & Word 2021
Faculty Coordinator: Kurt Rhode

 

Racial Justice Policy Cluster
Faculty Coordinator: Robyn Rodriguez

 

Disability and Social Justice
Faculty Coordinator: Ryan Cartwright

2020-2021 Ongoing HumArts Research Clusters

Technocultural Futures
Faculty Coordinator: Kris Fallon

Black Bodies, Narration
Faculty Coordinator: Maxine Craig

Networking Sustainable Futurities
Faculty Coordinator: Jessica Perea

Leaping with Ontological Terror
Faculty Coordinator: Marisol de la Cadena

Transdisciplinary Mesoamerican Connections
Faculty Coordinator: Ines Hernandez-Avila