COURSE ENHANCEMENT GRANTS: APPLICATIONS DUE APRIL 20, 2018
COURSE ENHANCEMENT GRANTS
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.
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.
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.
Slavery, Community, Floriculture, Music + Nature @ Berkeley Circus
Four GUH students presented their work at the 7th annual Berkeley Circus .
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