News Articles with Topic: Arts / Culture
“Metaphysical Milkshake” sees the scholar and actor discuss weighty topics with contemporary thought leaders, bringing humor and insight to a new subject each week.
Daryle Williams is a historian who co-directs the online database Enslaved.org.
John Martin Fischer, a leading philosopher of free will and moral responsibility, has written two companion essays exploring the ideas of mindfulness and living in the moment, which are often encapsulated in the phrase: “Be here now.” In the first piece, published by Aeon, Fischer sorts through various theories regarding...
The Associated Press reported this week that preliminary data compiled by the Anti-Defamation League shows an increase in violent attacks, vandalism and harassment of Jews in the U.S., around the world, and online, since fighting broke out between Israel and Gaza’s militant rulers Hamas earlier this month. While hatred toward...
The lab aims to democratize virtual reality while also providing students new opportunities in the burgeoning digital media industry.
The free, virtual events will culminate with an inaugural Tomás Rivera Book Prize.
The poet looks back on her collaborations with composers and the debut of her newest project through Brooklyn Art Song Society on April 10.
The new sitcom, executive produced by UC Riverside Professor Reza Aslan, premieres April 1 on CBS
COVID-19 has forced the theater team to be more resourceful while producing a virtual show from home.
California’s longest-running free literary festival is now accessible to audiences worldwide
The grant will support programs within UCR’s new Latino and Latin American Studies Research Center, set to launch February 2021.
The open call marks the first time the California Museum of Photography has solicited art from the public at this scale
Jennings discusses the importance of representation in comics in the new documentary series debuting Nov. 20
Work includes field notes and observations of in-person and virtual research.
Graphic Novelist John Jennings reflects on relevance of X-Men story ‘God Loves, Man Kills’ in an essay for Marvel
In an essay for Marvel, John Jennings, a professor of media and cultural studies, reflects on the 1982 graphic novel “X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills” by Chris Claremont and Brent Anderson, which is being re-released this year in a two-part extended cut. “Solving for X: ‘God Loves, Man Kills’ Through...