Kimbriell Kelly, a visiting Ferris Professor of Journalism in the Humanities Council, is deputy editor of enterprise and investigations in the Los Angeles Times’ Washington bureau. Formerly an investigative reporter at The Washington Post, she also was part of the team that launched that paper’s “Fatal Force” series on police-involved shootings, which won the Pulitzer (…)
A lively hub for innovation and collaboration, the Humanities Council connects 16 humanities departments and more than 30 interdisciplinary member programs, centers, and committees across the campus. Membership is open to the chairs and directors of all humanities departments, programs, and committees.
Offers the team-taught Humanities Sequences and Certificate Program in Humanistic Studies.
A joint Ph.D. program with team-taught courses, workshops and interdisciplinary reading groups.
Seminars in traditional and emerging media taught by the world’s most distinguished journalists.
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