International Focus, on WMTV Milwaukee, highlighted the work of IGHERT graduate student participants on May 18, 2016.
Interdisciplinarity and Professional Development: A reflection on the Andrew Mellon Foundation’s IGHERT pilot program by Rachel Cypher UCSC Graduate Student, Anthropology Department For the past year I have been a Fellow of the Andrew Mellon Foundation´s Integrative Graduate Humanities Education Research and Training (IGHERT) pilot program. The idea was hatched at the Humanities Institute here… Continue Reading Interdisciplinarity and Professional Development, Rachel Cypher
Ground Truthing: Notes on an Essay by Paul Carter By Tyrus Miller Paul Carter, Ground Truthing: Explorations in a Creative Region (Crowley: University of Western Australia, 2010) “Uncanniness does not first arise as a consequence of humankind; rather, humankind emerges from uncanniness and remains within it—looms out of it and stirs within it.” – Martin… Continue Reading Ground Truthing: Notes on an Essay by Paul Carter
Reflections on the first IGHERT Seminar by Eva-Maria Müller and Snežana Vuletić From University of California, Santa Cruz, 19-20 September 2014 “Going to the mountains is going home”, said John Muir, the American naturalist and author, who has profoundly shaped the categories through which many Americans understand their relationship with the natural world. Muir is… Continue Reading IGHERT Project Workshop at the Institute for Humanities Research
From the UCSC News Center The Institute for Humanities Research (IHR) at UC Santa Cruz has been selected to participate in a $1.35 million grant awarded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes (CHCI), of which the IHR is a member. The grant was awarded for the second… Continue Reading UCSC humanities research institute to participate in Mellon Foundation grant