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Calderón is a recognized expert in Mexican literature and popular culture; as well as American-Mexican literature,

For the Sisi government to rehabilitate its image, it must stop the repression, says UCLA historian James Gelvin in The Globle and Mail.

The distinguished professor of education at UCLA has been appointed the inaugural UNESCO Chair of Global Learning and Global Citizenship.

"[S]ome of the critical provisions will be binding if this resolution passes as a matter of international law, binding on the U.S. and binding on every other state in the system,” says Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala in Foreign Policy.