Featured Story
Prior to speaking at a Zócalo Public Square event, Duncan shared how he became interested in Korea and his thoughts on the standoff with North Korea.Read More
Recent News

Bâli, director of the UCLA Center for Near Eastern Studies, was awarded the 2017 Middle...

At a recent Center for European and Russian Studies event, German commentators said their politicians...

When Sofia Van Cleve wasn't counting monkeys and mapping coffee farms during her summer internship,...

South Korean director Choi Dong-hoon recently joined the UCLA Center for South Korean Studies to...

Spotlight
Colloquium with Vicente L. Rafael, University of Washington...
Wednesday, November 29, 2017
12:30 PM
CERS lecture by Lena Berggren (Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, Umeå University, Sweden; Visiting Scholar,...
Thursday, November 30, 2017
12:00 PM
Upcoming Events
Full event listing
Lens on the World

Madrid, Spain

October 2017. City Hall in Madrid. (Photo: Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, professor of urban planning and senior associate dean, UCLA Luskin School; associate vice provost, academic planning; 2017).
Our Centers and Programs
  • Center for Korean Studies
    Welcome to the UCLA Center for Korean Studies. The Center was established in 1993 to coordinate development of UCLA's burgeoning programs in this field of research. Despite its short history, the Center now presides over
    Other Centers & Programs

  • Center for Southern Cone Studies
    The Center for Southern Cone Studies is dedicated to promoting research on an important region of Latin America, comprised of multiple nations, that shares many characteristics with the United States: climate and ecology; large agricultural
    Other Centers & Programs

  • Center for World Languages
    The Center for World Languages is a research and development unit of the UCLA International Institute and the Humanities Division of the UCLA College of Letters and Sciences. The Center brings together the University's extensive
    Other Centers & Programs

  • Asia Pacific Center
    The Asia Pacific Center was founded in 2000 as a consortium of UCLA's principal Asian-focused research centers and programs. The Asia Institute promotes Asian Studies at UCLA and fosters greater understanding of Asia through a
    Other Centers & Programs

  • Burkle Center for International Relations
    The Burkle Center for International Relations fosters cutting edge research and interdisciplinary and policy-oriented teaching on the contemporary world and the role of the United States in global security, military, political, social and economic affairs.
    Other Centers & Programs