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    The department is offering many exciting summer classes.

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  • Why History Matters

    The Past and Future of the Middle East

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    Legacies of World War I

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    Unequal Ground: Race and Social Inequality in America Today

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    History Student Shares His Study Abroad Experience

    Nicholas Manning Travels to Spain

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    The Case for Giving

    Zev Yaroslavsky, L.A. County Supervisor (3rd District) and UCLA History Alumnus

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IN THE NEWS

Arch Getty selected to give 119th Faculty Research Lecture


Arch Getty selected to give 119th Faculty Research Lecture

May 26, 2015

For the 2015-2016 academic year

Q&A with Stephen Aron in UCLA Today


Q&A with Stephen Aron in UCLA Today

May 11, 2015

Rethinking the history of the American West

Ivan Berend elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences


Ivan Berend elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

May 06, 2015

History Undergraduates win awards


Apr 22, 2015

Students win 2014 Library Prizes for Undergraduate Research

History Professors Awarded Guggenheim and Other Fellowships


Apr 09, 2015

Congratulations to Sarah Stein and Brenda Stevenson

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Events Calendar

May 27, 2015 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM — Bunche 6275

Lecture - Historicizing Masculinities

Wilson Chacko Jacob | History, Concordia University - When a Gender Historian Goes Rogue, or, How Not to Think about Sovereignty

May 28, 2015 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM — Bunche Hall 6275

Lecture

Bruno Blondé (Antwerp), "The straw mattresses of a love triangle: Economic growth, social inequality and early modern consumer changes in the Southern Low Countries, 16th-18th centuries"

Jun 01, 2015 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM — Bunche 5288

History of Science Colloquium

Douglas O'Reagan (University of California, Berkeley) | International Business, IP Law, and the Postwar Communication of Technical Know-How

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HISTORY STUDENT
HIGHLIGHTS

Yiming Ha won the 2015 Library Prize for Undergraduate Research (Social Sciences) for his project: “A Clash of Perceptions: Deceit in the Ming-Japan Negotiations during the Imjin War.”


Lucas Bensley, Magdalyn Schmall, and Neda Hefzi won the 2015 Library Prize for Undergraduate Research (Special Collections) for the “Black Prisoners Project.”


Michael Stinson won the 2015 Library Prize for Undergraduate Research (William Andrews Clark Memorial Library prize) for his paper, “A Good Death”.


Sam Anderson has been awarded the SSRC International Disseration Research Fellowship for Domesticating the Médersa, Taming Islam: “Franco-Muslim” Education in Colonial Northwest Africa


Lori De Lucia has been awarded the CAORC (Council for American Overseas Research Centers), Andrew W. Mellon Mediterranean Regional Research Fellowship for Behind the African Saints of Sicily: African Sicilians and the Early Modern Mediterranean Slave Trades


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FACULTY
HONORS

Congratulations to Kelly Lytle Hernandez who has won the Louis Knott Koontz Memorial Award.

Congratulations to Sarah Stein and Brenda Stevenson who have been awarded Guggenheim Fellowships for 2015.

Congratulations to Carla Pestana, who has been awarded the Robert C. Ritchie Distinguished Fellowship from the Huntington Library.

Congratulations to Brenda Stevenson, who has been awarded The Berlin Prize, American Academy in Berlin; the National Humanities Center; and the Stanford Center for Advanced Studies and Behavioral Sciences.



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