The Global Urban Humanities Initiative announced its The City and its People, Fall 2018 Colloquium on global and US cities, people, public art, urban history, urban literature and more. Students are welcome to attend whether you are looking to register in a 1-unit course or want to drop-in on a lecture that interests you. Visit The City and its People webpage for a full speaker schedule. The Global Urban Humanities Initiative is a joint project with the College of Environmental Design and the Arts & Humanities Division of the College of Letters & Science and is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. We offer Certificates on the study of cities and urban life along with other opportunities for interdisciplinary research and learning to students and faculty (fellowships, grants, symposia, etc). Visit the Global Urban Humanities Initiative’s website to learn more or contact Program Coordinator Sarah Hwang.