Humanities

A woman works in her hanbok shop on a sewing machine.

A fresh perspective on the AAPI experience

UCI students employ photovoice technique to document reality in O.C.’s Asian American and Pacific Islander community during pandemic

Adria Imada, UCI professor of history and a 2021 Andrew Carnegie Fellow

UCI’s Adria Imada is named a 2021 Andrew Carnegie Fellow

History professor is among 26 recipients of prestigious award across U.S.

UCI announces membership in consortium ensuring future of SlaveVoyages database

UCI has joined a newly formed consortium to ensure the preservation, stability and future development of the SlaveVoyages database, the single most widely used online resource for the study of the trans-Atlantic and intra-American slave trade. Previously hosted at Emory University, the database will now function as a cooperative academic collaboration through a contractual agreement […]

Avatar of a man looking down steps in a virtual landscape.

Dalton Salvo sees simulated classrooms as the future

Doctoral student believes virtual worlds are ‘next evolutionary step’ of online learning

UCI’s Elahé Omidyar Mir-Djalali Presidential Chair in Art History & Archaeology of Ancient Iran

Grant establishes endowment for doctoral fellowships in Iranian studies

Support further distinguishes UCI as destination for scholars of ancient and modern Iran

UC Shakespeare Trial – ‘Julius Caesar’

Is Brutus guilty of high crimes?

J. Hillis Miller, UCI Distinguished Professor Emeritus of comparative literature and English

Remembering Distinguished Professor Emeritus J. Hillis Miller

Influential scholar established UCI as national leader in critical theory

School of Humanities launches 3 new centers for interdisciplinary research, programming

The School of Humanities has announced the creation of the Center for Armenian Studies; the Center for Knowledge, Technology, and Society; and the Center for Storytelling. “The three new centers will serve as a nexus for interdisciplinary research and programming,” said Dean Tyrus Miller. “All have particular resonance and value at this very moment in […]

The future of graduate education

UCI deans discuss the importance of diversity in graduate education and why standardized tests are losing favor

UCI alum Vincent Steckler speaking to student in a lecture hall.

Alumnus Vincent Steckler ’80 and his wife donate $10.4 million to UCI

Gift will support art history students, create ICS center promoting inclusiveness