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September 21, 1987
University of California President David P. Gardner formally announced his selection of UC Irvine as the site for a new Humanities Research Institute for the UC system. The announcement means UCI will serve as the university's centerpiece of humanities study, hosting up to 25 scholars a year who will live on the Irvine campus and explore aspects of literature, languages and philosophy.
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September 21, 1987
University of California President David P. Gardner formally announced his selection of UC Irvine as the site for a new Humanities Research Institute for the UC system. The announcement means UCI will serve as the university's centerpiece of humanities study, hosting up to 25 scholars a year who will live on the Irvine campus and explore aspects of literature, languages and philosophy.
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September 9, 1986 | Bill Billiter
Dr. Terence Parsons, professor of philosophy, is the new dean of the UC Irvine School of Humanities. A member of the UCI faculty since 1979, Parsons, 47, served last school year as acting dean. Parsons, who lives in Laguna Beach, is working on UCI's proposal to be the home of the University of California Humanities Institute. UC President David Gardner has said the privately funded institute will be launched this fall at one of the five UC campuses vying for the program.
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September 15, 1987 | BILL BILLITER, Times Staff Writer
UC Irvine has been chosen over four other UC campuses as the site for the new University of California Humanities Institute, sources said Monday. The institute would be a place where up to 25 scholars reside on campus for a year, studying issues affecting the humanities. The regents, who will meet Thursday and Friday at UCLA, are expected to launch a so-called "Humanities Initiative" for the nine-campus UC system.
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November 6, 1991
Legal scholar Kimberle Crenshaw, a member of a team of lawyers who advised law professor Anita F. Hill during the recent U.S. Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, will discuss the controversial proceedings today at UC Irvine. The noon lecture, entitled "Who Was Lynched? Anita Hill or Clarence Thomas?" will be held in Conference Room 338 of the campus administration building on Pereira Drive.
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May 29, 1992 | TOM McQUEENEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The cause of the Los Angeles riots can be traced to 200 years of racial injustice and the severe economic inequality that exists in the country today, panelists at a UC Irvine forum said Thursday night. The public forum, sponsored by the University of California Humanities Research Institute and other campus groups, attracted a racially diverse group of more than 500 people. The Rev. Cecil L.
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