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Growing the UC San Diego ‘House’ of Korean Studies

January 9, 2014

…Division of Arts and Humanities and author of the forthcoming book “Assimilating Seoul,” will direct the project. Stephan Haggard, a senior Koreanist in the School of International Relations and Pacific Studies (IRPS) at UC San Diego, is serving as deputy director. The vision, Henry said, is that UC San Diego…

UC San Diego Philosophy Department Offers Another ‘Big Idea’

February 8, 2016

…of classes from the humanities, social sciences and medical sciences. New bioethics minor Madeline Gillette said that she discovered an interest in philosophy her freshman year through taking a few lower division classes. “I had known that I had a particular interest in ethics. As I continued taking classes in…

UC San Diego’s Institute of Arts and Humanities Hosts Inaugural Events

October 24, 2016

…Institute of Arts and Humanities (IAH) makes its public debut this fall with a series of events that explore issues of race, culture and social justice. The campus events, one which took place Oct. 18 and the other occurring Oct. 25 and 27, spur thought-provoking exchanges about urgent issues faced…

UC San Diego Arts and Humanities Names New Associate Deans

July 15, 2016

…Division of Arts and Humanities includes three new associate deans. In addition to their faculty and research work, David Gutierrez from the Department of History will serve as the new associate dean for the division, and John “Jody” Blanco from the Department of Literature will fill the role of associate…

Using Science and Humanities to Step Back in Time

February 15, 2018

Using Science and Humanities to Step Back in Time Fieldwork in Italy leads to virtual-reality modeling on campus for a truly interactive experience From left, Eric Lo, structural engineering Ph.D. student Michael Hess and Falko Kuester in the WAVE lab navigating the Turin virtual reality. Photo by Erik Jepsen/UC San…

Learning to Curate History

May 24, 2018

…San Diego arts and humanities undergraduates explore Geisel Library archives, presenting exhibits on Tijuana tourism and South Pacific expeditions A selection from the Tijuana Photograph Postcard Collection (Courtesy Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego Library) Have you ever wanted to curate your own museum exhibit? Three students from the…

UC San Diego Engineering Professor and Wife Boost the Arts on Campus with $1 Million Gift

November 17, 2016

…Division of Arts and Humanities. The couple’s contribution established the Roghieh Chehre-Azad Distinguished Professorship, created to foster new projects and future scholarly works that explore the music, art, literature and history of Persian culture. The fund memorializes Nemat-Nasser’s mother, “Chehre-Azad,” who pursued her passion of acting at great personal risk…

Humanities, Social Sciences Professors Discuss a Future with Trump

January 26, 2017

Humanities, Social Sciences Professors Discuss a Future with Trump Arts and Humanities and social sciences faculty are joined by a local nonprofit representative on the panel. Pictured from left to right: Nancy Kwak, Dennis Childs, Thad Kousser, Ashely Rodriguez and Zoltan Hajnal. Photo by Emily Zheng As the United States…

UC San Diego Institute of Arts and Humanities Increases Its Cultural Breadth

August 10, 2016

…Institute of Arts and Humanities (IAH) is adding two programs to its already culturally rich offerings—Chicana/o and Latina/o Arts and Humanities (CLAH) and Third World Studies (TWS). Both are established campus programs now administered through the institute. CLAH provides a broad introduction to the histories and cultures produced by Spanish-speaking…

UC San Diego Lecture Series Explores Legacy of WWI, the ‘War to End All Wars’

October 6, 2014

…with co-sponsorship by the university’s Division of Arts and Humanities, Center for the Humanities, International House, and Revelle and Eleanor Roosevelt colleges.

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