Humanities

Humanities

Journalist Anastasiia Lapatina in Ukraine

A 20-year-old UBC student has been covering Russia’s devastation of her homeland.

demonstration against Russian invasion of Ukraine

Despite offering essential skills, the humanities are feared to be in a “crisis.”

Vladimir Putin

Here’s a look at whether Putin can be removed from power and, if so, by what means.

Six LGBTQ+ books by UBC–related authors

Read all about queer experiences in these new books by UBC faculty and alumni.

Illustration of a group of Black youth seated at a table and working on a puzzle together

B.C.’s Black community is unique in Canada.

A black and white headshot of Denzel Washington from the film "The Tragedy of MacBeth"

There is a deep irony when it comes to Shakespeare and Black people.

Inside spread of William Shakespeare's First Folio showing an illustration of the author

This extremely rare book was published in 1623, seven years after the playwright’s death.

A portion of the Canada and China flags, overlapping each other.

How will the release of the two Michaels affect Canada’s relationship with China?

Red and cedar Aboriginal carving for the truth and reconciliation commission.

“Without truth … there can be no genuine reconciliation.”

"Bacchanal of the Andrians" by Titian

Dr. Edward Slingerland explores the age-old allure of alcohol in his new book Drunk.