The Global Urban Humanities Initiative offers a team-taught graduate-level traveling studio course on urban topics each year, and, beginning in 2017-2018, a team-taught undergraduate studio course focused on a Bay Area site. We provide support and funding for faculty from different divisions to develop curriculum and teach together. The graduate course will receive support for international travel by faculty and students. Each team must include one faculty member from the College of Environmental Design and one from the Arts & Humanities Division or from the humanistic social sciences. If you are interested in learning more, please contact GUH Project Director Susan Moffat at email@example.com.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS: GLOBAL URBAN HUMANITIES UNDERGRADUATE COURSE ON CITIES AT A BAY AREA SITE - Deadline extended to November 24, 2017
CALL FOR PROPOSALS: GLOBAL URBAN HUMANITIES INITIATIVE GRADUATE COURSE ON A GLOBAL CITY/URBAN LIFE - Deadline extended to November 24, 2017