Arts & Humanities

Douglas Haynes

‘Downton Abbey’ and diversity

Douglas Haynes is a scholar of British history, fan of the TV series and award-winning champion of equity in faculty hiring

Dressing the part

Graduate students in UCI’s costume design program draw their own patterns for success

Highlights of 2013 at UCI

Year brings scientific advances, national accolades, international outreach, student achievement … and zombies

"Hills at Laguna Beach" by William Lees Judson

Lasting Impressionism

Library exhibit showcases Laguna Beach’s evolution into an art colony famed for plein air painting

School spirituality

UC Irvine students, faculty and staff explore the world’s great religions – and atheism, too

Master thespian

Jon Lovitz recalls his journey from UC Irvine to ‘Saturday Night Live’ stardom

Professor Andrew Palermo

Autism moves

Teaching children the language of dance

Walking Dead MOOC professors

Academics take on zombies

Offered through Instructure, the free, eight-week MOOC will explore subjects related to math, public health, social science and physics

The show will go on

Loss of beloved actor lends poignancy to this summer’s New Swan Shakespeare Festival

Kaba Modern performing

Majoring in Kaba Modern

Hip-hop crews come of age on campus