University of California’s Berkeley Campus has reported a sharp increase in students enrolling in arts and humanities majors in the last decade.
“They’ve been locked up in boxes and cabinets without having anyone to talk to and sing to them,” shares the tribal historical preservation officer of the Wiyot Tribe.
There is a century-long history of political mobilization by students of color on campus.
The University of California and campuses, including Berkeley, failed to comply with laws for returning stolen objects and remains, according to a new California auditor report.
Hyperallergic reached out to several art schools in California to see how they are planning to address the need for social distancing while maintaining the integrity of their arts curriculums.
Among the wax cylinders in UC Berkeley’s Hearst Museum of Anthropology are songs and spoken-word recordings in 78 indigenous languages of California.
The UC Berkeley Department of Geography joined Flickr Commons and shared transfixing photographs from a world-traveling scientist.
With their standard formats and widespread availability, high school yearbooks represent a historical data set of 20th-century style. They also capture how our tendency to smile in photographs has intensified over time.
The 34-year-old Emma Goldman Papers Project is in limbo after losing its affiliation with UC Berkeley and running through its funding.
Bugs number in the billions in natural history museums worldwide, but the information embedded in their label text that could indicate changes in climate, species, and geographic distribution has yet to be digitized and so remains inaccessible. Now a project called Calbug has teamed up with Notes from Nature to turn to crowdsourcing to unlock this data.
LOS ANGELES — Deep in western China, in the deserts of Xinjiang Province, artist Lisa Ross photographed curious and colorful memorials, and she’s showing them this month at UC Berkeley.