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ARTS & HUMANITIES

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Arts production team
Backstage drama
Living Our Values Award puts the spotlight on those who work behind the scenes (01.05.2009)

Jennifer Fisher
Sweet on ‘The Nutcracker’
’Tis the season dance scholar Jennifer Fisher takes center stage as an expert on the beloved ballet (12.15.2008)

Michelle Latiolais
Exploring dark places
'A Proper Knowledge' draws parallels between how psychiatrists and lovers learn the minds of others (10.20.2008)

Jeff Sheng
A ‘Fearless’ photographer
With his camera, Jeff Sheng, M.F.A. ’07, captures the courage of gay and lesbian student-athletes (10.13.2008)

Julia Lupton
Breaking the rules
‘Just say no’ to consumer culture, book encourages kids (06.04.2008)

Stephen Tucker
Knowing the score
Stephen Tucker, conductor of the UCI Symphony Orchestra, prepares students for rigors of music career (04.21.2008)

Julia Lupton
By design
English professor Julia Lupton’s lively career has all the action of a Shakespearean drama (12.10.2007)

Medici Scholars Program
The art of giving
Medici Scholars program helps arts students launch their dreams (11.19.2007)

Brandon Spooner
UCI campus is his stage
Sophomore drama major and campus tour guide Brandon Spooner thrives on making a difference (10.29.2007)

Max Haymer
Soccer ... and all that jazz
Senior Max Haymer performs nimbly on playing field and piano (06.25.2007)

Jaime E. Rodríguez
On a mission
Professor Jaime Rodríguez brings greater understanding of Latin America to campus (05.30.2007)

Ron Carlson
A novel approach
Professor Ron Carlson discusses his new novel and arrival at UCI (05.15.2007)

Diana Jou
Not so ‘jaded’
Undergraduate Diana Jou named a ‘Humanity in Action’ fellow because she cares (05.11.2007)

Jaime E. Rodríguez
Three roles, one vision
History professor Jaime E. Rodríguez brings appreciation of Latin America to UCI (04.23.2007)

Fatimah Tobing Rony
On location
Film studies professor Fatimah Tobing Rony makes a movie in Indonesia (01.22.2007)

Ryan Hildebrand
Worth a thousand words
Ryan Hildebrand, special collections and archives cataloger, shares his love for books as art in Libraries exhibit (01.03.2007)

Nohema Fernández
On a high note
Arts dean and pilot Nohema Fernández has a bird’s eye view of the Claire Trevor School’s place in the world (12.04.2006)

Eleanore Stewart
On the cutting edge
Beall Center director Eleanore Stewart helps push the definition of art (09.25.2006)

Vicki Ruiz
Preserving the past
Vicki Ruiz, new chair of history, collects and shares stories of Latinas in America (07.24.2006)

Steven Topik
Mr. Coffee
Professor Steven Topik finds a world of history in a simple cup o’ Joe (06.05.2006)

Creative Writing
The richness of writing
UCI’s illustrious creative writing program continues to make an indelible impression (05.19.2006)

Spencer Olin
On the record
Professor emeritus Spencer Olin puts county and campus in historical perspective (04.24.2006)

Donald McKayle
Poetry in motion
Acclaimed choreographer Donald McKayle teaches UCI students the art of the dance (09.30.2005)

Connie Samaras
Southern exposures
Photographer Connie Samaras traveled to the end of the world to capture some out-of-this-world images (06.07.2005)

Stephen Tucker
Con brio
UCI orchestra conductor’s firm hand inspires passionate performances and insightful careers (03.30.2004)

Ngugi wa Thiong'o
Global conversation
African author Ngugi wa Thiong’o champions diversity in literature and culture (11.26.2003)

Simon Penny
Pushing the edge
Self-described ‘gizmologist’ Simon Penny sees a new culture – and area of study – emerging from the digital age (07.16.2003)

Vicki Ruiz
Historical perspective
Vicki Ruiz integrates storytelling, conventional research to shed new light on American history (03.18.2003)

Yong Soon Min
Diverse expressions
New chair inspires artists to rethink preconceptions (08.29.2002)

Aimee Bender
Inspired stories
Alumna, writer/educator (08.29.2002)

Donald McKayle
Lord of the dance
At 70, professor, choreographer and artistic mentor Donald McKayle is not missing a beat (08.29.2002)

Robert Cohen
Making choices
Robert Cohen combines professional skill with scholarly achievement (08.29.2002)

Jon Lovitz
Somehow, he makes it work
For a guy who gets little screen time and unlikable roles, Jon Lovitz leaves a big impression spiked with sympathy (08.29.2002)

Keith Fowler
State of the arts
Recently expanded to five states, UCI ArtsBridge brings kids 'many souls and many generations' (08.29.2002)

Glenn Schaeffer
True to his words
Alumnus Glenn Schaeffer raises the stakes in world literature (08.29.2002)

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