A Ph.D. dissertation doesn’t always have to be a paper, as demonstrated by ethnomusicologist Julian Saporiti
Four-day workshop will coincide with Rice-hosted Society of Environmental Journalists conference
Fassin’s March 21 talk will tackle authoritarian neoliberalism’s attacks on academic freedom
“Opening the Archives of the Impossible” will also showcase collections housed in university library
Major rebuild to the Rice site adds 3,000 photos, new tools for teaching, learning
New program funds undergraduates passionate about humanities research
‘Slow-burning background crisis’ revealed in new work by Rice humanities researcher John Mulligan.
How a medical humanities workshop and coding crash course created a pulse-inspired art exhibition at Rice’s Solar Studios.
A series of setbacks didn’t deter this Rice grad student, who is soon to publish his second book.
Ostherr’s online database offers a ‘different framing of what an intervention can look like.’
Scholars’ twice-weekly talks this summer will consider newly published work by the French philosopher Micheal Foucault
The Race and Anti-Racism Research Fund at Rice University has awarded grants to eight professors to develop better understanding of how race, racism and racial injustice affect society.
HOUSTON – (March 31, 2020) – A team of researchers in the Center for Research Computing’s Spatial Studies Lab at Rice University has created an interactive map showing all cases of COVID-19 across Texas utilizing public health data. The map is now online at coronavirusintexas.org.