College of Letters and Sciences

'Antigone' takes theater online at UC Davis

May 15, 2020
The UC Davis department of theater and dance will present a radical new hybrid performance film of Sophocles’ classic tragedy titled 'AntigoneNOW.' Free to the public, the production will be live online for a 24-hour period on Saturday, May 23, beginning at midnight.

Human Rights Scholars on the Pandemic's Global Impact and the Critical Role of the Humanities

May 11, 2020
Keith David Watenpaugh (Director, Human Rights Studies) joined Karima Bennoune (Professor of Law and UN Special Rapporteur, Cultural Rights) and Joanna Regulska (Vice Provost and Associate Chancellor of Global Affairs and Professor of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies) for the second in the DHI’s special virtual Conversation series on COVID-19.

Bulosan Center for Filipino Studies receives $1M in state funding

November 21, 2019
A team of undergraduate interns and leaders, including UC Davis doctoral students and scholar-activists, continue to contribute to the field of critical Filipino studies on a local and national scale and maintain their pillars of research, advocacy, and education through the Bulosan Center.

Alex Hornstein and Hannah Liongoren

UC Placemaking is excited to welcome inventors, artists and activists Alex Hornstein and Hannah Liongoren to speak at UC Davis as part of the Placemaking speaker series. Alex and Hannah will be sharing their stories of innovation, technology, holography and sustainable communities.