Humanities Core Student Research Symposium Friday, April 22, HIB 135. Students will present their UROP-prizewinning projects. Panel 1: 10:00-10:50am Christy Munson, “The Rhetoric of an Era: An Analysis of the Post-September 11th Speeches of George W. Bush and their
Prof. Jeanne Scheper (Gender and Sexuality Studies, UCI) will give a talk on “Gay is Not the New Black: Homonormative Citizenship and the ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Policy.” Join us in HIB 135, 11-11:50 am. Photo: Former Marine Cpl.
Prof. Jeff Wasserstrom (History) will speak on “The Ghosts of 1900: China’s Boxer Rising and the First Global War,” Jan. 29, 11-11:50am in BS3 1200. Wasserstrom, who is Chancellor’s Professor of History and Historical Writing Mentor of the Literary Journalism
Prof. Daniel Brunstetter (Political Science) will present a talk on “Just War?” 11am-12pm in BioSci III 1200.
On three Fridays this fall, Humanities Core Subject Librarian Matt Roberts presents an orientation to UCI libraries for Humanities Core research. Oct. 16, Oct. 30, and Nov. 13, 11-12 in BSIII 1200.
In this quarter’s first Friday Forum, Prof. Andromache Karanika (Classics) spoke to a large student audience about her research on “The War Prayer: Women’s Rituals in the Iliad” (Oct. 2).
In an interview conducted by Prof. Gail Hart, author and UCI Professor Emerita Ruth Kluger shared her experiences and views on her work with Humanities Core students. HIB 100, 11-1:50am.
UCI alum David J. Morris read from his book and answered student questions. HIB 100, 11-11:50am.
Humanities Core presents a special screening of the documentary Landscapes of Memory: The Life of Ruth Kluger, 6:30pm in HIB 100.
Prof. Virginia Jackson (English) will speak on “Whitman’s Queer War.” Join us in HIB 100, 11-11:50am.