Darian Longmire is a new faculty member in Art Practice. He is a printmaker whose work draws upon physics, philosophy, and science fiction as a way of exploring broad questions about time and space. He holds an MFA from SUNY Albany.
Longmire considers himself a "remixer" who reappropriates images — for example, from NASA — to create a world of abstraction.
The Languages and AI working group fosters interdisciplinary dialogue on the implications of artificial intelligence for language and language education.
The group examines the relationship between AI and language pedagogy, literature, translation, and the broad ethical and legal questions that arise out of AI use in the humanities.
Since its establishment in 1987, the Doreen B. Townsend Center for the Humanities at UC Berkeley has encouraged an interdisciplinary approach to scholarship, fostered innovative research, and promoted intellectual conversation across academic fields.
The Center offers an array of fellowship and grant opportunities for Berkeley’s academic community, develops new academic initiatives, and offers numerous public events, including the Avenali and Una’s endowed lectures in the humanities.
A new series of campus banners is bringing visibility to Berkeley's extraordinary foreign language offerings.
In an era when many universities are cutting back on language instruction, Berkeley remains committed to its world languages program. Some 60 languages — as varied as Sanskrit, Igbo, Polish, and Vietnamese — are taught on campus.