Humanities

Holly Poe Durbin

Film, fashion focus of fall exhibit

UCI Libraries to showcase Hollywood’s role as style maker.

Chancellor’s fall message

UC Irvine Chancellor Michael Drake welcomes students, faculty and staff to the fall 2010 quarter with a message on academic excellence.

Roger McWilliams

Old-fashioned physicist invents futuristic tools

With his bow ties and seersucker suits, Roger McWilliams might appear to be old-fashioned, but the UCI physicist invents futuristic laser tools that have advanced everything from telecommunications to healthcare.

Manuel Gomez

The legacy of Manuel Gomez

Hundreds honor Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Manuel Gomez, retiring after 38 years at UCI.

U.S. and Iraqi soldiers engage insurgents from a Baghdad high-rise in a Jan. 24, 2007

The first ‘YouTube wars’

UCI’s Jennifer Terry studies homemade videos by U.S. soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Emily Rosenberg

Touching the past

Professor of the Year Emily Rosenberg has a hands-on approach to teaching 20th century U.S. history.

Roger McWilliams

Time traveler

UC Irvine physics & astronomy professor Roger McWilliams often appears to have stepped out of a time machine — from the past. He rides to work on a reproduction vintage bicycle with a wide leather seat and big chrome handlebars. When he does drive a car, it’s a 60-year-old Jaguar that he fixes himself with […]

"Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" book sitting in the sand

Beach reading, Anteater style

UCI faculty and staff share their summer book selections.

Julia Reinhard Lupton

Shaking up Shakespeare

From drama to design, English professor Julia Reinhard Lupton thrives on innovation and collaboration.

Fountain pen next to writing

UCI poetry program going strong

For the talented few admitted, UCI’s graduate writing program in poetry offers a mix of creativity, criticism and, often, acclaim.