A group for communicating with research groups sponsored by the Institute of Arts & […]
This group is dedicated to cultivating an inclusive, collaborative, and critical Digital Humanities culture at UC San Diego. Students, faculty, and staff from all areas of campus are welcome to post relevant news, events, resources, and questions to the […]
A group for Path students to share information and questions about the Path […]
A group to share information with participants exploring the expansion of KNIT to universities, colleges, and cultural organizations in San Diego, Southern […]
UC San Diego & SDCCD Humanities Faculty, Staff […]
Members of the Science Studies […]
Group forum related to our site Learning/Practicing […]
A proposed KNIT group awaiting approval from the Transdisciplinary Disability Studies […]
A group for the undergraduate course Music […]
A group for the 2106 CAT […]
This is the official group of the Department of Literature for the discussion of things related to texts in all their […]
A discussion channel for the Mellon Faculty […]
A group for the 2016 Sacred […]
A group for the History through […]
A proposed KNIT group awaiting approval from research group Race, Gender, Nation & Empire in Digital […]
“In early February 2010, members of a UC San Diego fraternity held an off-campus party mocking Black History Month. Later that same month at UC San Diego, a noose was discovered in the Geisel Library at the university.” – Campus Climate Project Final Report, March 2014
Most recently, on April 2016, “pro-Trump and anti-Mexican graffiti was seen chalked across Library Walk, campus residential areas and outside the Raza Resource Centro.” – Triton News, April 9, 2016
These reoccurring events affect ALL students, underrepresented or not, and demonstrate the need for a conversation about student experiences related to the campus climate at UC San Diego.
The UC San Diego Library is creating a “living archive” as an alternative way to highlight awareness, provide a space for dialogue, preserve and document the events related to UC San Diego history.
A living archive is a collection of materials presented in a way that allows for the expression, exhibition, documentation, and preservation of a sentiment or movement in a particular community. This type of “archiving” is living because it is constantly updated with the current climate and consists of all manner of expression from documents of the past to creative expression through art to real-time feedback of the current period.
You can visit the online collection of this archive at: https://library.ucs […]
A public group for answering questions and receiving feedback related to KNIT. Please post your questions […]
A group for the CATLab at Sixth College — Culture, Art and […]
A proposed KNIT group […]