SCRC

Year in Review

2017-2018

Welcome

A woman of many worlds

A woman of many worlds

Multicultural, first-gen doctoral student strives to reconcile academia and the creative arts

The colonial present

The colonial present

UCI historian authors book on race creation in colonial America and its impact today

Focusing on rights

Focusing on rights

UCI philosopher Margaret Gilbert urges the moral importance of our joint commitments

Media maven

Media maven

Humanities commencement speaker Sona Patel '06 discusses post-UCI success

No place like home

No place like home

Hawaii native ventures to mainland in hopes of making island history mainstream

Sustainable Shakespeare

Sustainable Shakespeare

UCI Ph.D. candidate uses writing savvy to galvanize support for sustainability initiatives

The modern Middle Ages

The modern Middle Ages

UCI professor on mission to broaden history of non-normative identities in the Byzantine Empire

From mentee to mentor

From mentee to mentor

Having been where they are now, history professor David Igler has a lasting influence on first-generation students

Food for thought

Food for thought

UCI's Virtuous Table series of themed meals provides physical, intellectual and spiritual sustenance

The art of living

The art of living

UCI alumna LaVonne Smith '94 has led a colorful life, supports various School of Humanities endeavors

Italian professor wins translation prize

Italian professor wins translation prize

Deanna Shemek, professor of Italian in UCI's Department of European Languages & Studies, won the 2018 translation prize from the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women for her edition of letters written by Isabella d'Este (1474-1539)