GUH public lecture by Carlo Rotella on Tues Nov 19, 2019 from 7-8:30p in 315 Wheeler
Carlo Rotella | The World is Always Coming to an End: Pulling Together and Apart in a Chicago Neighborhood
Tuesday, 11/19/19 – 315 Wheeler Hall
Walter Hood Receives Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize
Congratulations to Walter Hood, recipient of this year's $250,000 Gish Prize
Giuseppina Forte Publishes Article in Lo Squaderno
Architecture PhD candidate Giuseppina Forte published an article in the September 2019 issue of Lo Squaderno titled "The Neighborhood in the Morro. Heterogeneity, Difference, and Emergence in a Periphery of the Global South."
Walter Hood Receives 2019 MacArthur Fellowship
Congratulations to Landscape Architecture Professor Walter Hood on his 2019 MacArthur Fellowship!
GUH Faculty Ronald Rael Goes Viral with the Teetertotter Wall
Bay Area architects Virginia San Fratello and Ronald Rael installed three pink seesaws at the borderwall between Mexico and the United States.
GUH Graduate Tonika Sealy-Thompson Appointed Barbados Ambassador to Brazil
Performance Studies graduate Tonika Sealy-Thompson was recently appointed to serve her home country of Barbados as ambassador to Brazil.
COURSE ENHANCEMENT GRANTS
COURSE ENHANCEMENT GRANTS: APPLICATIONS DUE APRIL 20, 2018
CALL FOR IDEAS, IMAGES AND MAPS: ANTI-EVICTION MAPPING PROJECT
The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project (AEMP) invites scholars, activists, policy analysts, artists, and organizers whose substantive focus is on the Bay Area -- either historical or contemporary -- to contribute to a collaborative atlas visualizing and exploring the causes, dynamics, and consequences of displacement in the Bay Area.
GUH FACULTY GREIG CRYSLER RECEIVES CHANCELLOR'S AWARD FOR ADVANCING INSTITUTIONAL EXCELLENCE AND EQUITY (CAAIEE)
Course Enhancement Grants for Continuing Lecturers Only
Course enhancement fellowship grants for continuing lecturers due May 24, 2017.
Call for Applications: Course Enhancement Fellowship Grants on Cities and Urban Life
The Global Urban Humanities Initiative (GUH) is pleased to announce the availability of course enhancement grant fellowships for faculty teaching graduate or undergraduate courses on cities and urban life.