Diliana Angelova

Berkeley Book Chats
Wednesday, April 5 | 12  1 pm
Geballe Room, 220 Stephens Hall

In Sacred Founders, Diliana Angelova (History and History of Art) explores deep continuities between the ancient and medieval worlds, and recovers a forgotten transformation in female imperial power.


Jonathan Sheehan

Berkeley Book Chats
Wednesday, April 12 | 12  1 pm
Geballe Room, 220 Stephens Hall

In Invisible Hands, coauthor Jonathan Sheehan traces the many appearances of the language of self-organization in the 18th-century West across an array of domains.


Through the Black Country

January 23 – May 19, 2017
Geballe Room, 220 Stephens | Weekdays 

Allan deSouza presents the work of fictional Zanzibari explorer Hafeed Sidi Mubarak Mumbai, whose travels take him through contemporary England in search of the fabled and elusive source of the River Thames.

Robert Reich: On Writing

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Art of Writing

Art of Writing Director Ramona Naddaff talks with Chancellor's Professor of Public Policy Robert Reich about writing across platforms to incite multigenerational audiences to think, act, and laugh.


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Art of Writing teaches UC Berkeley undergraduates to write clearly and eloquently in a variety of nonfiction forms.

For students whose writing level has advanced beyond the Reading & Composition requirement, Art of Writing funds small seminars that foster collaborative writing communities.

Art of Writing also runs a Summer Writing Institute to help graduate students refine their skills as teachers of writing, and presents campus events featuring acclaimed authors and critics.

Art of Writing at the Townsend Center for the Humanities is supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and a private donation. Visit the Art of Writing website to learn more.