Project Progress Reports & Planning for Summer and Fall Monday, June 11, 12-1 pm (South Hall 2607) (I) 4Humanities Initiative (International Organization): Recent and Upcoming Developments Leadership group recently expanded: Alan Lu (UCSB), Geoffrey Rockwell (U. Alberta), Melissa Terras (U. College London), Stéfan Sinclair (McGill U.) New Funding: new ALLC (Assoc. for Literary & Linguistic […]
Project Planning February 27 and March 12, 2012 (South Hall 2509) At our last meeting, we reached the stage of discussing possible projects. So far, about ten project ideas have emerged. You can also add more by emailing your idea to Lindsay (lindsaythomas AT umail.ucsb.edu). Our next step is now to winnow down the possibilities […]
Creating a Humanities Advocacy Media Plan Thursday, February 2, 5-7 pm (South Hall 2509) This meeting will consist of two parts: 1. Discussion of principles for an overall media strategy First we will add to the foundation of core values, frames, language, allies, and audiences we began establishing in Meeting 2 and Meeting 3 by […]
Framing/Strategies for Action Monday, Dec. 12th, 1-3 pm (South Hall 2509) Our next meeting will involve us in thinking about our core values, the frames that surround those, and how we might develop action plans from those values and frames to speak to particular audiences. This will give us a good foundation on which to […]
Reframing Ideas (new ways to name, describe, and position the humanities for public impact) [Please write or edit in whatever way you wish below, identifying yourself as the author of a contribution or comment. If this post grows too untidy in formatting, one of the site editors will clean things up as needed.] Please note […]
4Humanities@UCSB functions both independently as a Research Focus Group of the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center (IHC) at UC Santa Barbara and as a local chapter of the international 4Humanities initiative. As a local IHC Research Focus Group, 4Humanities@UCSB meets periodically during the year around a few topics and readings–e.g., core issues in public discourse on the […]
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