The Doreen B. Townsend Center for the Humanities was established in 1987 to promote research and ongoing conversation among and within academic disciplines at the University of California, Berkeley. The Townsend Center is distinguished by its broad definition of the humanities, its role as an essential hub for the wealth of humanities-related activities at Berkeley, and its vision of the university as an interlocking community which reaches out to a larger public. The Center sponsors numerous events and programs. It gives grants to faculty and students at different stages of their academic lives. Most of all, it seeks to remind faculty and students of the ideas and ideals that led them to come to Berkeley.
There are currently no publications in this series "Other Recent Work".