The Humanities Institute Workshops and PhD+ Series

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The Humanities Institute (THI) hosts its PhD+ series of workshops aimed at humanities graduate students throughout the academic year.

Humanities 1
Room 210
11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Lunch provided 

THI also collaborates with other units to present other workshops. See below.

Anne Donlon

Anne Donlon
Project Manager, Digital Initiatives
Modern Language Association

Building Online Identities with Humanities Commons
Session includes FREE professional headshot photography
March 8

Humanities Commons can help you develop your online presence, expand the reach of your scholarship, and connect with other scholars who share your interests. It's a not-for-profit, scholar-run network for people in the humanities and humanistic social sciences to collaborate and share work. You can create a profile, connect with colleagues in groups, publish a personal website or blog, and build a portfolio of work with the CORE repository.

Following the workshop, local photographer Crystal Birns will be on hand to take headshots for interested graduate students, in the order of registration.


Sophia Magnone, Ph.D. literature ’16
Development Manager
Mellon/ACLS Fellow
The Feminist Press at the City University of New York

Michael Ursell, Ph.D. philosophy ’11
Manager of Development and Strategic Parnerships
The Beverly Rogers/Carol C. Harter Black Mountain Institute
University of Nevada-Las Vegas

Understanding the ACLS Public Fellows Program
Reflections from UCSC Alumni
January 25
Gordon Hutner Gordon Hutner
Professor of English
University of Illinois
Publishing Scholarly Articles
February 22

Direct questions to:

Rachel DeblingerRachel Deblinger
Research Program Manager
The Humanities Institute
(831) 459-4091
Humanities 1, 228