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Rice Theatre to present Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
Rice Theatre Program Presents: "Julius Caesar," by William Shakespeare. Directed by Jack Young, set design by Mark Krouskop, costume design by Heather Breikjern. »
New exhibit at the Rice Media Center
Montreal-based artist David K. Ross' exhibition, "The Traces of Lost Facts," will be on display at the Rice Media Center through October 18.Montreal-based artist David K. Ross’ exhibition, “The Traces of Lost Facts,” will be on display at the Rice Media Center through Oct. 18. - See more at: http://news.rice.edu/2016/09/12/new-exhibit-at-rice-media-center/#sthash.WNmUpT0g.dpufMontreal-based artist David K. Ross’ exhibition, “The Traces of Lost Facts,” will be on display at the Rice Media Center through Oct. 18. - See more at: http://news.rice.edu/2016/09/12/new-exhibit-at-rice-media-center/#sthash.WNmUpT0g.dpuf »
Digital Frontiers 2016 conference, THATCamp to gather digital humanities experts at Rice Sept. 22-24
Leading digital humanities experts from across the country will gather at Rice University Sept. 22-23 for the Digital Frontiers 2016 conference and Sept. 24 for The Humanities and Technology Camp (THATCamp) »
Rice's McDaniel receives NEH grant to support book project on woman who sued former enslaver
Caleb McDaniel, an associate professor of history in Rice’s School of Humanities, is one of 30 grant recipients nationwide this year in the National Endowment for the Humanities’ (NEH) program to support well-researched books in the humanities aimed at a broad public audience. »
New book by Rice's Deconick explores the emergency and revolutionizing role of gnosticism
Gnosticism is a countercultural spirituality that forever changed the practice of Christianity. This is the premise of a new book by April DeConick, the Isla Carroll and Percy E. Turner Professor of Biblical Studies at Rice and chair of the Department of Religion. »
Rice faculty encouraged to apply for digital humanities projects grants
Librarians and faculty from Rice University, George Washington University, Davidson College, and Prairie View A&M are partnering on a two-year, $500,000 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant that will enable them to award competitive jump-start grants of $5,000 to member-institution faculty pursuing digital humanities projects. »
Rice's Michie receives top book honor from national Victorian studies organization
The association, which provides a forum for the discussion of the Victorian period among American and Canadian scholars, will honor the book with a special session featuring Michie and Warhol at its annual conference in Phoenix in early November. »
Ostherr brings medical humanities expertise to the White House
Kirsten Ostherr, professor of English and director of medical humanities at Rice, joined an innovation-minded mix of 40 health care stakeholders, experts and high-level government officials at the White House June 2 for a special workshop on engaging patients as participants in medical research. »
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