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Van Gogh on Demand by Winnie Wong

Winnie Wong's new book, Van Gogh on Demand: China and the Readymade, explores contemporary art and Dafen village, China, the world's largest production center for oil-on-canvas painting. Van Gogh on Demand is published by The University of Chicago Press. Read about it on The Wall Street Journal, on The Believer, and the International Business Times, and listen to a BBC World Service discussion with Professor Wong online. (Image courtesy of Yu Haibo)    read more


Congratulations to Linda Williams

The Department of Film and Media would like to congratulate Professor Linda Williams, a winner of the 2014 Carol D. Soc Distinguished Graduate Student Mentoring Award. The Carol D. Soc Distinguished Graduate Student Mentoring Awards, established in 2007, recognize UC Berkeley faculty for their vital role in mentoring graduate students and training future faculty.    read more


Congratulations to Shannon Jackson

Congratulations to Shannon Jackson, who has been awarded a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship to Assist Research and Artistic Creation for the field of Theatre Arts.    read more


Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor awards for 2013-2014

Jerilyn Sambrooke, Ragini Srinivasan and Osita "IK" Udekwu have received Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor awards for 2013-2014. Each award winner will receive a $250 credit to his or her CARS account, and will be eligible for a Teaching Effectiveness Award. This year's Outstanding GSI Award Ceremony will take place on Tuesday, May 6, 2014 from 3:30 to 5 p.m. at the International House. Our winners will also receive an award at this year's department commencement, which takes …    read more


What Is: Rhetoric? Rhetoric Grad Students’ Perpective

The Berkeley Graduate:What is: Rhetoric? a disciplinary dialogue series    read more


New Book by Trinh T. Minh-ha

"D-Passage is a nuanced and original intervention in new media and digital arts. For Trinh T. Minh-ha, the digital artwork, or 'D-work,' is characterized not by the technology that delivers it but by the 'passage' itself: digital form achieved in flux, in the movement of experience and sensation through the work. Words are never merely words in her work, and the same is true for images, ideas, sounds, music, voices, faces and figures, movement and tone. Everything is marked by a passage …    read more


Faculty Search in History/Theory of Rhetoric

History and Theory of Rhetoric – Fall 2013 Search - AdvertisementThe Department of Rhetoric at the University of California, Berkeley seeks to appoint a tenured professor (at the rank of Associate or Full Professor) in the area of History and Theory of Rhetoric, beginning July 1, 2014. Minimum qualification required is a Ph.D. or equivalent. Additional qualifications are an excellent research profile and outstanding record of scholarship, and a strong record of teaching at the graduate …    read more


Congratulations to Rhetoric PhDs

We wish our recent graduates in Rhetoric the best on their new careers:Julia Jarcho joins the department of English at NYU as Assistant Professor.Alenda Chang joins the English department at the University of Connecticut.Brooke Belisle is an ACLS faculty fellow and will be in the Department of Cultural Analysis and Theory at Stonybrook University.    read more


Esmeir receives Mellon fellowship

Samera Esmeir has been awarded the prestigious New Directions Fellowship from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The three year award will support her research project "Itineraries of Dissent: Law and Rebellion in the Ottomon Empire.    read more


Julia Jarcho wins Obie!

Julia Jarcho, Rhetoric graduate student, has just won a 2013 Obie for best new American play! Read all about it here ... and for a full New York Times review, click here.    read more