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Dried Flower Wreath-Making Workshop

Learn how to create beautiful and long-lasting dried flower holiday wreaths with Beth Benjamin, former apprentice and founding student of the UCSC Garden, in...

Dancing Death, Mexican Folkloric Dance Concert

A concert of traditional Mexican music and dance honoring the Día de Los Muertos tradition and featuring Folklórico Santa Cruz, a community based non-profit...

FrankenCon

For over two hundred years, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein has haunted our days and chilled our dreaming nights. Celebrate and explore the enduring legacy of...

2019 Flatté Lecture in Science: How does an Earth-like planet get made?

How does an Earth-like planet get made? Featuring planetary scientist Lindy Elkins-Tanton Earth is the only planet we know of––so far––that supports life....

Sustainability Office Lunch & Learn

The Sustainability Office invites you to join us for our Fall Quarter Lunch & Learn on Thursday, December 5th to hear an update on the status of UC Santa...

Cultural Studies Colloquium - Anjali Arondekar, "What More Remains: Sexuality, Slavery, Historiography"

This talk engages a ‘small’ history of sexuality and slavery in Portuguese India. At stake are three questions: How do we call attention to the displacement...

INDIGETHANX

Alternative Thanksgiving-- Speakers Maya Harjo and Ben Shefflar from the Cultural Conservancy Native Land Stewardship: Restoring Connection and...

Verona the City of Love and Hate: Struggle to Define City-space and Belonging in the Age of Right-wing Populism

The picturesque setting of Shakespeare’s famous play Romeo and Juliet, the city of Verona is a tourist hub in northern Italy with its rich history, its world...

THI Open House

Join us as we kick off the 20th anniversary of The Humanities Institute: a vibrant community at the center of UC Santa Cruz and at the cutting edge of...