In this inaugural issue of the Interdisciplinary Humanities Graduate Group Magazine, we received contributions from numerous IHGG graduate students who are doing fascinating humanities work across the globe. The editors envision the IHGG magazine to be a space to showcase the work of IH graduate students and faculty, especially as we’re housed in separate disciplines, despite occupying the same program—we’re often distanced from the day-to-day realities of each other’s research because we’re so immersed in our own. In a visual format, the IHGG Magazine is a space for bridging our interdisciplinary projects.
In this second issue of the Interdisciplinary Humanities Graduate Group Magazine, we received contributions from IH graduate students who are doing impressive work across the humanities. This issue includes graduate student reflections that span teaching experiences, grant-funded projects, and narrative nonfiction in the humanities. In addition to these stories, you will find graduate student essays that explore research taking place locally and all around the world.
The IHGG Magazine is a space to highlight the research of IH graduate students and faculty and we appreciate your support in making this second issue possible.
*Editor's Statement: The IHGG Newsletter is made by graduate students and the editor reserves the right to suggest changes or make edits to submitted written pieces in a manner that adheres to each issue's format, theme, word count, and page limit. The Newsletter is intended to feature the professional lives of IHGG graduate students and faculty beyond their critical work. Our contributing authors’ views are their own and they do not necessarily represent the views of the IHGG or the University of California. If you would like to feature your work or publicize an event on a future issue, please complete this webform or contact IH graduate student, Ivan Soto, at email@example.com. To ask general questions about the newsletter or to express interest in joining our mailing list, you may send an email to the previous address provided.