Sarah Brouillette's article in the latest issue of the journal Representations considers the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's (UNESCO) role in the history of the book.
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.
Rochelle Terman, political science graduate student and Townsend Center web consultant, reflects on her recent fieldwork in Senegal, her first experience conducting interviews.
Jane Raisch, coordinator of the History of the Book working group, reviews and reflects on her group’s recent conference on literary and artistic forgeries.
Kate Mattingly, co-coordinator of the Dance Studies Working Group, discusses her discipline's innovative approaches to analyzing dance.
Art Shimamura, Professor of Psychology and faculty member of the Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute, discusses “psychocinematics,” his approach to cognition at the movies that draws on psychology, brain science, and the humanities.