An Interview on the Inner Worlds of Islam
Association des Amis de la Fondation Maison des Scences de Homme, in Paris
Creative Destruction - William Marotti on the Art of Akasegawa Genpei and Hi-Red Center
Summer travel destinations include Paris, Greece, and Rome
An Economic History of 19th Century Europe: Diversity and Industrialization
The latest issue of our newsletter is available for you to read.
A look back at the life of Leroy "Sugarfoot" Bonner
Zeb Tortorici, Ph.D., Department of History, UCLA, 2010
Q&A in UCLA Today
Audio recordings available
"Marshalling Culture: Strategies of Japanese Mobilization in Taiwan, 1920-1945,"
The UCLA Center for 17th- and 18th-Century Studies announces two two-year visiting positions in History of the Material Text, to be housed in the Departments of History and English.
Geoffrey Symcox has just released his new translation of Giovanni Botero’s “On the Causes of the Greatness and Magnificence of Cities.” Professor Symcox will present his work in the Herbert Morris Seminar Room 306 (Royce) on Wednesday, January 16, 2013.
Distinguished Professor Ivan Berend has published two new books. The first one is titled Europe in Crisis: Bolt from the Blue and the second is titled An Economic History of 19th Century Europe: Diversity and Industrialization.
The Prospects of the Present
New Book by Late UCLA Ph.D. Naamah Akavia, Subjectivity in Motion Life, Art, and Movement in the Work of Hermann Rorschach and upcoming symposium at Tel Aviv University on December 24, 2012.
Read about the accomplishments of our undergraduate students.
On Friday, November 16th over sixty faculty members, ex-students, friends, and family gathered to celebrate the life and work of Distinguished emeritus Professor Alexander Saxton who passed away in Lone Pine, California on August 20 at the age of 94. Several speakers gave moving tributes to his memory.