Theater of the Oppressed Workshop: Turning tables: physical dialogues on mental furniture, human commodification, and the architecture of power.
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. Applications due April 30, 2017.
Call for Proposals: Global Urban Humanities UNDERGRADUATE Course on Cities at a Bay Area Site
Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Research Studio Courses for 2018, 2019 and 2020. Proposals due April 10, 2017 and October 1, 2017
Call for Proposals: Global Urban Humanities Initiative GRADUATE Course on a Global City/Urban Life
Interdisciplinary Graduate Research Studio Courses for 2018, 2019 and 2020. Proposals due April 10, 2017 and October 1, 2017
Slavery, Community, Floriculture, Music + Nature @ Berkeley Circus
We are pleased to have four GUH students present their work at the Lightning Talks Group 10 session, 2PM 106 Wurster Hall.
Publication: No Cruising: Mobile Identities and Urban Life
A new publication shares stories of mobile identities in Los Angeles, arising from an interdisciplinary GUH research studio in Spring 2014.
Art+Village+City Images at Shenzhen Exhibition
Works from Art+Village+City featured in Summer 2016 Shenzhen exhibition
Mellon Foundation extends funding for Global Urban Humanities Initiative
UC Berkeley’s Global Urban Humanities Initiative will conduct four more years of interdisciplinary studies on cities and urban life, thanks to $1.5 million in renewed funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Art+Village+City in the Pearl River Delta
This article from CED's Frameworks publication highlights the GloUH Spring 2015 traveling research studio, Art+Village+City in the Pearl River Delta
“City of Gold” Offers a Delicious Urban Lens on L.A.
Michael Dear, GloUH steering committee member, consulted on the new documentary "City of Gold" about Los Angeles Times restaurant critic Jonathan Gold.
P[art]icipatory Urbanisms: Arts of the Global City
An innovative collaboration by UC Berkeley graduate students explores the interplay between art and politics, with a focus on practitioners in New Delhi and São Paulo.