In her new book, former Townsend Fellow Su Lin Lewis explores layers of cross-cultural interaction in various spheres: the urban built environment, associations, the media, education, popular culture, and the emergence of the modern woman.
In the News
In the News features articles on current topics in the Humanities, publications and projects by Berkeley faculty and fellowship participants, and general Townsend Center news.
Townsend Fellows alumna Zeynep Gürsel credits her participation in the Townsend Fellows group with helping shape her recently released book Image Brokers: Visualizing World News in the Age of Digital Circulation.
Katrina Dodson, who recently completed her PhD in Comparative Literature at Berkeley, was chosen to be honored for her translation of Brazilian writer Clarice Lispector's The Complete Stories.
Berkeley News features an online profile of Professor of English Scott Saul's new Townsend-sponsored podcast series.
Professor of History Thomas Laqueur was recently interviewed by Terry Gross on NPR's Fresh Air about his latest book on how and why the living have cared for the dead.
Associate Professor of Anthropology Alexei Yurchak has been awarded the the 2015 Prosvetitel (or Enlightener) Prize, the most prestigious Russian literary award for works of nonfiction.