Shelter in Place(making)

Do we need physical spaces for creative placemaking? Can we manage to create a sense of community while being geographically separated due to COVID-19?

CA Cares: Humanities Relief and Recovery Grants

In recognition that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a serious impact on the public humanities field across the state, California Humanities will direct funds from the federal CARES Act, through the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), to meet the emergency needs of organiza

Crafting the “New Normal” of Research Culture

What will be the “new normal” for our research practices? I invite you to join me at our next Asking Different Questions meeting to discuss how this moment offers us new ways of thinking about our research motivations, practices, and directions.

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Humanities and Pedagogy During COVID-19

April 06, 2020

At the DHI we recognize that we are living through a historically difficult moment for our university community and for the world. All UC Davis classes have moved online for spring quarter, but many in our community are instructors who may have never taught online before.