Working Groups

Previously called Reading and Writing Groups, these working groups support graduate students and faculty in the humanities, arts, and humanistic social sciences who are interested in forming groups for reading, writing, and research collaborations. Funds are intended to be used to defray the costs of materials or refreshments associated with workshops or regular group meetings.

In the past, they were usually, though not exclusively, graduate student-led, with membership either a mix of students and faculty, or all students. This year we plan to award these exclusively to graduate students and will be working with Graduate Studies to help support our students. We will place the Working Groups in Walker Hall.

Learn about our previous Working Groups here.

2022-23 Reading, Writing and/or Collaborative Groups

Albany-Davis Intercampus Working Conference Group, Stacy Baran (English)

Performative Writing, Performing Writing: Expanding the Field(s) of Academic Critical Writing, Jamie Davidson (Performance Studies Graduate Group)

210 Colloquium, Mary Elliott (Comparative Literature)

Teaching Inclusive Spanish at UC Davis, Lucas Ruppel (Spanish and Portuguese)

Comparative Media Studies, Mingrui Wen (Comparative Literature) and Max Gibson (Music)

Multilingual Writing Support Group, Ana Ruiz Alonso Bartol (Spanish and Portuguese)

Creative Methods Workshop, Christine Imperial (Cultural Studies Graduate Group)

Uncertainty and Disorientation Writing Group, Rebecca Jones (Anthropology)

DaGERS, Katelyn Antilla (Phlosophy)

UC Davis Latin America History Workshop 2022-2023: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on a People’s History of Latin America and its Global Connections, Alvaro Grompone (History)