The Cultural Studies Colloquium continues with a talk by Dr. Sampada Aranke, Assistant Professor of Art History, Theory, Criticism at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Manetti Shrem Museum Scholar-in-Residence.
Within just three, single-spaced pages, applicants crafting the Narrative component of their NEH Fellowship proposals must describe their project in comprehensive yet clear terms that include all required information and explicitly address the written (and unwritten) merit review criteria.
Two nationally renowned authors and political thinkers discuss an issue immediate to their research and absolutely central to our time: the intersection of social movements and social media, how one has enabled the other while threatening combatants with enhanced and intensified state surveillanc
The Department of Native American Studies is sponsoring a talk by Dr. Sheryl Lightfoot, UBC, who will be speaking about UBC's new Indigenous Strategic Plan to implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (UNDRIP) on their campus.
Join this virtual group to connect with other UC Davis PhD students in Humanities and Social Sciences actively seeking a full-time job during these uncertain times. Share ideas, talk to others, and give and get support.
Virtual career fairs on Handshake give you the opportunity to meet recruiters and other employees through video sessions. You’ll learn more about employers hiring at UCDavis and connect with companies that will want to hire you.