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.
P[art]icipatory Urbanisms: Arts of the Global City
Opening a Dialog Between Disciplines
P[art]icipatory Urbanisms is an innovative one-time publication that has been selected from a highly competitive slate of proposals for support by the Global Urban Humanities Initiative.
Art+Village+City exhibition gives crowds glimpse into art and life in the Pearl River Delta
The Art+Village+City exhibition opened in both Wurster Gallery and Shanghai
Michael Dear Reflects on Transdisciplinarity in New GeoHumanities Article
Dear's article, Practicing Geohumanities, includes discussion of his experience co-teaching a GloUH theory course
Faculty, Ph.D. candidates win fellowships for humanities, social science research
GloUH professor Winnie Wong is one of four UC Berkeley professors to receive an ACLS 2015 Fellowship.
San Leandro Pedestrians Walk in the Light
No, you're not tripping. It's a new city program.
Displaced Art from Evicted Residents of Albany Bulb at “Refuge in Refuse”
On an exhibit featuring excerpts from the Atlas of the Albany Bulb, an interdisciplinary oral history and mapping project funded in part by GloUH
San Leandro interactive lights entertain, collect pedestrian data
Graduate students in UC Berkeley's Center for New Media installed lights at three San Leandro sites as part of the Sensing Cityscapes class taught by Ron Rael and Greg Niemeyer.
CALL FOR PAPERS: PARTICIPATORY URBANISMS
The Global Urban Humanities Initiative is pleased to announce a call for papers on the theme of Participatory Urbanisms.
UC Berkeley and UCLA Complete Year One of Urban Humanities Initiatives
On June 11, 2014, participants in the UC Berkeley Global Humanities Initiative and the UCLA Urban Humanities Initiative gathered at UCLA’s Perloff Hall to review student projects and reflect on teaching and learning experiences at a symposium called “Anxieties of Interdisciplinarity: Projects in the Urban Humanities.”