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Historian Kate McDonald
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Matt Perko
Historian Kate McDonald, August 2023
Two opposing heads with winged and horned brain and tailed and haloed brain.
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kovalto1 via iStock
Moral reasoning creates distinct patterns of activity in the brain.
A person holds a phone displaying an image of a diverse group of people.
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Nathana Rebouças, Unsplash
The ability to efficiently measure diversity in social media opens new possibilities for researchers, companies and consumers.
An envelope addressed to UCSB's Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, from Corcoran State Prison
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With a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Grant, Foundations in the Humanities is funded to run at Corcoran for three years.
Photograph of authors Pei-te Lien and Nicole Filler

A Pioneering Collaboration

‘Liking’ is Believing

Fuel for Thought
Assortment of texts and book pages arranged on shelves in a display case

The Old Roots of New Age