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1.

Reports from the Field on the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand

 79611

2.

AIDS in Africa Devastates Economies and Destabilizes States

 75546

3.

The Subtle Racism of Latin America

 74752

4.

The Crisis in Argentina

 57545

5.

Fulbright Scholar Examines Gated Communities in Southern California

 56547

6.

Al Jazeera, Radio Sawa Founders Report on Media in the Middle East

 53955

7.

America and the World: What Has Changed Since 9/11?

 53934

8.

Sexual Abuse and Human Trafficking in Japan

 52349

9.

Globalization Is Having Positive Effects in India, Scholars Conclude at UCLA Conference

 51791

10.

Acting Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Surveys the Continent

 51747

11.

The Battle for the Global Entertainment Industry: Japan's Growing Strength in Digital Culture

 50572

12.

U.S. Department of Education supports UCLA Asian Studies with $840,000 in Graduate Student Fellowships

 42045

13.

Two Panels Debate U.S.-North Korea Nuclear Options

 40175

14.

2014-2015 Asia Institute Graduate Fellowships

 38231

15.

UCLA at the Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting -- New York, March 27-30

 36930

16.

Alan Dershowitz Speaks on His "The Case for Israel"

 35996

17.

U.S. Needs Partnership with Africa to Stop Spread of AIDS, Former Zambian President Kaunda Tells UCLA Meeting

 35862

18.

Meet the 2003-2004 Global Fellows

 35137

19.

China's Legal System: A Bum Rap?

 34162

20.

The Arab World after the Iraq War

 33250

21.

War on Terrorism Looks Too Much Like a War on Islam, Arab Scholar Warns

 31646

22.

Building a Case for Buddhist Studies at UCLA

 31164

23.

Reception Honors Famed Photographer Peter Magubane

 30553

24.

Six International Institute Centers Awarded $4.3 Million in Department of Education Language and Area Studies Fellowships

 29992

25.

Middle Eastern Religions, Politics, Literature Highlight Anchorage Outreach Program

 28065

26.

UCLA's First Recipients of the Bachelor of Arts Degree in Southeast Asia Studies

 27206

27.

Vietnam: First Impressions of U.C. Students

 27171

28.

1,800 Fill Royce Hall for Edward Said Talk on Palestinian Rights

 27057

29.

Perceptions of Corruption in Asia -- results from Transparency International's 2003 Index

 26963

30.

Preservation Efforts in the Philippines: UC students work outside the classroom with NGOs

 26884

31.

Malaysia Is a Peaceful, High Tech Muslim State, Cabinet Minister Tells UCLA Audience

 26846

32.

Southeast Asia - Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships

 26578

33.

Sammy Yukuan Lee Lecture Explores the Self-Images of Buddhist Monks over the Centuries

 26384

34.

Bush Administration Demands Higher Standard for North Korea than for Itself

 24893

35.

SARS and Asia: Public Health, Political, Social, and Economic Implications

 24816

36.

Teachers Explore Islam, Asian Literature, at Summer Institutes

 24352

37.

Bush Administration Risks Second Korean War, Historian Warns

 24143

38.

The United States Is Marginalizing Itself in Northeast Asia

 24095

39.

Latin American Center Inaugurates Digital Culture Center, Paulo Freire Institute, in Buenos Aires

 23818

40.

UCLA Thai alum narrates reign as royal filmmaker

 23684

41.

Reflections on East Timor after Independence: An Opposition Leader’s Perspective

 23683

42.

The Sasakawa Japanese Language Study Fellowship

 23618

43.

Report from Sarajevo: Identifying the Missing

 23429

44.

Philippines' Prof. Walden Bello Wins Right Livelihood "Altermative Nobel Prize" for 2003

 23144

45.

The Sasakawa Fellowship

 22631

46.

Dalia Rabin-Pelossof Speaks on Oslo Ten Years Later

 22612

47.

Afghan Ambassador Reports on Reconstruction

 22590

48.

The George and Sakaye Aratani Field Experience Scholarship

 22359

49.

The George and Sakaye Aratani Fellowship

 22160

50.

Historic Gathering of Southeast Asian Language Teachers at UCLA

 20980

51.

The Herbert and Helen Kawahara Fellowship

 20778

52.

University of Indonesia Faculty Tour American Media Schools

 20748

53.

Distinguished Chinese Political Activists Discuss Constitutionalism & Political Reform

 20669

54.

UCLA Students Interview Bosnian Prime Minister on His Plans for Nation-Building

 20595

55.

Top Japanese Journalist Weighs His Country's Uncertain Future

 20582

56.

Commencement Celebration 2003

 20047

57.

Reports from Bosnia

 19916

58.

Bruce Herschensohn, Mel Levine, Debate Effectiveness of Bush Policy in War on Terror, Role of UN

 19741

59.

The Rise of Anti-Americanism in South Korea

 19542

60.

Rabbi, Palestinian Teach for Peace

 19504

61.

Panel Debates Whether Saddam Has the Weapons

 19481

62.

Nusseibeh-Ayalon Get 153,000 Signatures on Petition for Peace

 19332

63.

A Year in Lebanon

 19175

64.

U.S. Victory in Iraq Opens Possibility of Palestinian-Israeli Settlement

 19148

65.

General Assembly President Defends UN against Bush Administration Criticisms

 19097

66.

English Teachers from Uzbekistan Consult with UCLA's ESL Department and Language Resource Center

 19023

67.

LA Times Reports Seidler-Feller/Shawki El-Zatmah Class at UCLA

 18814

68.

What the Israeli Elections Mean

 18814

69.

International Institute Pioneers National Outreach Website

 18661

70.

Information about SARS

 18496

71.

Graduate Studies at the Center for Chinese Studies

 18290

72.

Department of Education Awards to UCLA International Research Centers Hit $8.1 Million Over Next Three Years

 18165

73.

Generations and Waves: The Keys to Understanding Rebel Terror Movements

 17945

74.

Africa Center Hosts Open House at Fowler Museum

 17688

75.

Allen Roberts Introduces Los Angeles Teachers to the Saint in the City

 17678

76.

Bush's War Plans Part of Dangerous Bid for Empire, TransAfrica Forum Head Warns

 17598

77.

Shimon Peres at UCLA Meeting Calls for Negotiating with Existing Palestinian Leadership

 17142

78.

High Level Cultural Delegation from Armenia Meets with UCLA Film & Television Archive Specialists

 17119

79.

UCLA's David Schaberg Wins Prize for Best Book on Pre-20th Century China

 16922

80.

Burkle Center Sponsors Public Course on Key World Issues

 16732

81.

Mehrangiz Kar Speaks on Nobel Laureate Shirin Ebadi

 16380

82.

Arab Distrust of America Clouds Prospect for a Stable Middle East

 16185

83.

Top Administrators of Ewha University Consult UCLA on Business Operations Planning

 16128

84.

Five UCLA Faculty and Students Awarded $89,600 in Pacific Rim Research Grants 2003-2004

 16031

85.

The World of Asian Literature -- The Asia Institute's 2003 Summer Seminar for Teachers

 15855

86.

Chinese Language Study Programs

 15590

87.

Al-Ahram Weekly Reports Edward Said's UCLA Lecture

 15107

88.

Privatization and the IMF: IMF's Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval Wins Favor with Investors

 14999

89.

Engineers Learn from Powerful Quakes

 14817

90.

High School Students Attend UCLA Lecture on Iraq

 14749

91.

UCLA and Mexico's National University Form Joint Advisory Committee

 14729

92.

Poetics, Pedagogy, and Alternative Internationalisms: From the Early 20th Century to the Present

 14680

93.

National Resource Centers for Southeast Asian Studies

 14641

94.

Special Opportunity to View Rare and Classic Chinese Martial Arts Films

 14634

95.

Pakistani Women Leaders Visit UCLA to Discuss Muslim Women in America

 14571

96.

Former Premier Says Reelection of Democratic Progressive Party will Consolidate Democracy in Taiwan

 14458

97.

Opponents of Human Trafficking from Transcaucasia Tour U.S. to Share Information

 14405

98.

Muslim Visitors from 11 Countries Come to UCLA This Fall

 14338

99.

RAND Tries to Model Risks of Terrorist Attacks

 14100

100.

Spotlight on Heritage Languages

 14040

101.

Kenyan Muslim Students Meet UCLA Student Leaders

 14002

102.

Daily Bruin Account of Shai Feldman Talk on "The Middle East and Israel after the War with Iraq"

 13812

103.

A Childhood Experience Shaped Her Life's Plan

 13656

104.

Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles Reports Edward Said Meeting

 13506

105.

Storm Clouds over a New American Century?

 13192

106.

Chinese Studies Database Established

 13121

107.

Fulbright Scholars Describe Perceptions of U.S. Abroad

 12832

108.

Decades Later, EAP Alumna Fondly Recalls Her Experience

 12820

109.

Downloading and Using Goldenrod Application Instructions

 12776

110.

National Symposium of Leading Graduate Students Explores Minorities in Japanese Society

 12709

111.

Engineers from UCLA, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Study Water Problems

 12516

112.

A Defense of Latin America's Free Market Reforms

 12125

113.

Visitor Information Form

 12091

114.

Constructed Places / Contested Spaces: Critical Geographies in Korea

 12004

115.

Performance Evaluations

 11913

116.

International Studies Heads Warn of Poisonous Contradiction in House Bill

 11791

117.

Buswell Expands Asian Languages Dept. to Include South & Southeast Asia

 11718

118.

Constructing the Past in the Middle East

 11710

119.

Summer Ninth's Request Form

 11627

120.

Advanced Study of Khmer Program

 11600

121.

Early Salt Production along the Yangzi River in Comparative Perspective: An International Symposium

 11491

122.

2004-2006

 11188

123.

Two Talks Wednesday, April 9: Chancellor Carnesale on National Security, Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel on Middle East

 11077

124.

Warren Christopher Teaches UCLA Class on International Hot Spots

 11008

125.

2003-2004 FLAS Recipients

 10847

126.

Los Angeles Times on Warren Christopher's UCLA Class

 10789

127.

Young Near East, African, and South Asian Professionals Visit UCLA's Center for Civil Society

 10778

128.

Multinational Delegation Meets with UCLA Africa Experts on Malaria

 10769

129.

Vietnamese Journalists Seek UCLA Advice on Newsroom Design

 10637

130.

Uniformity and Diversity in the Languages of Asia: Towards an Understanding of a Pan-Asiatic Cultural and Linguistic Paradigm

 10602

131.

International Visitors Bureau Awarded $15,750 Community Partnership Grant

 10589

132.

Crimean Tourism Specialists Consult with UCLA Travel Center

 10587

133.

Head of Philippine Islamic Council Meets with Eminent UCLA Scholar of Islamic Law

 10370

134.

Tiananmen Archive

 10309

135.

UCLA Student Honors Filipino Veteran Grandfather

 10302

136.

UCLA Reaches Out to Asia

 10253

137.

Former President Clinton Attends Launch of UCLA International Institute

 10247

138.

South African Legislators Meet with UCLA Urban Planning Specialist in Public Transportation Study

 10226

139.

Kazakhstan Journalists Gather Information on War Against Terrorism

 10188

140.

Arabian Days and Nights in the Twenty-first Century

 10006

141.

Aida in Qatar*

 9987

142.

External Sites

 9966

143.

Sites of Interest

 9928

144.

Bosnia-Herzegovina Journalists Visit UCLA to Consult on Investigative Crime and Terrorism Reporting

 9872

145.

Gift Processing

 9824

146.

Global Studies for Everyone: International Institute Holds Open House and Fellowship Fair

 9821

147.

Directors of Three Chilean Museums Tour Hammer and Fowler Museums

 9773

148.

Hien Nguyen

 9764

149.

CIRA Announces 2003-05 Grants

 9747

150.

Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel to Speak April 9 on "Making War and Peace in the Middle East"

 9531

151.

Japanese Imperialism/Colonialism in "Manchuria" Project

 9493

152.

Russian Entrepreneurs Train in Business in Los Angeles

 9488

153.

Classroom Based Dialect Awareness in Heritage Language Instruction: A Critical Applied Linguistic Approach

 9479

154.

Iraq War, North Korean Nukes: Expert Panels Debate Issues, Friday, March 7

 9430

155.

International Conference on Slavery, Unfree Labour Camps; Revolt in Asia and the Indian Ocean Region

 9324

156.

Xinsheng Wang

 9319

157.

Colloquium on Religion and Globalization Held in Melbourne, September 13-14, 2002

 9305

158.

President of National University of Singapore Meets with Chancellor Carnesale

 9289

159.

Asia Institute Catalog Lists Over 200 Asian Studies Fellowships

 9259

160.

Yonsei University Vice President Promotes Ties with UCLA

 9196

161.

Allen Whiting

 9090

162.

The Relationship between Second and Heritage Language Acquisition: Notes on Research and Theory Building

 9036

163.

Blakemore Foundation Offers Grants for Advanced Language Study

 9014

164.

Large Korea University Delegation Studies How UCLA Is Organized

 8746

165.

What to Expect from the Swing Vote in 2004

 8644

166.

Political Regimes and Economic Growth

 8461

167.

Fulbright Scholars Attend Talk by Condoleezza Rice

 8438

168.

President of South China University of Technology Gets Briefing on Undergraduate Research Initiative

 8429

169.

Counterrorism and Airport Security Chiefs from Hungary Hold Discussions at UCLA

 8310

170.

Dalia Rabin-Pelossof to Speak at Burkle Center Dinner

 8217

171.

Chien-min Chao

 8168

172.

How Did Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Become Heavily Indebted? Reveiwing Two Decades of Debt Relief

 8144

173.

Why the Welfare State Looks Like a Free Lunch

 8008

174.

University Administrators from Xi'an Study UCLA's Management System

 7966

175.

Democracy and National Economic Performance: The Preference for Stability

 7959

176.

An Economic Analysis of a Drug Selling Gang's Finances

 7938

177.

The Impact of Legalized Abortion on Crime

 7931

178.

NEH Focus Group: Curriculum Guidelines for Heritage Language Classrooms

 7927

179.

People's Opium? Religion and Economic Attitudes

 7891

180.

A Celebration of Life

 7847

181.

Translating Universals: Theory Moves Across Asia

 7829

182.

How Love Evolved from Sex and Gave Birth to Intelligence and Human Nature

 7822

183.

New Language TA Orientation

 7814

184.

Jiemian Yang

 7804

185.

Economic Globalization and Democracy: An Empirical Analysis

 7787

186.

The Political Foundations of Modern Economic Growth: England, 1540-1800

 7775

187.

October 16 Seminar: Geoff Garrett

 7746

188.

Former Zambian President Kenneth David Kaunda to Speak February 27

 7744

189.

INDIA: Local channels play it dirty

 7742

190.

Virtual Worlds: A First Hand Account of Market and Society on the Cyberian Frontier

 7741

191.

Political Institutions, Policy Choice, and the Survival of Leaders

 7737

192.

Advisory for Friday, May 3: Experts Speak on Global and National Security, Civil Rights

 7734

193.

The Political Economy of Growth: Democracy and Human Capital

 7732

194.

International Institute Honors Outstanding Staff

 7727

195.

The Golden Age of European Growth Reconsidered

 7724

196.

The Effect of IMF Programs on Economic Growth

 7706

197.

Translating Universals: Theory Moves Across Asia

 7690

198.

A Normal Country

 7660

199.

Does Globalization Make the World More Unequal?

 7658

200.

History, Institutions, and Economic Performance:The Legacy of Colonial Land Tenure Systems in India

 7629

201.

Working Groups 2003-2004

 7621

202.

Why Have Women Become Left Wing? The Political Gender Gap and the Decline in Marriage

 7599

203.

How to Make Art in a Global Epidemic: HIV/AIDS and the Arts

 7582

204.

A Continuous Schumpeterian Conception of Democracy

 7578

205.

Openness and Aggressive Monetary Policy: An Empirical Study of Inflation Volatility and Persistence

 7513

206.

The Evolution of the Social Contract

 7512

207.

Estimating the Payoff to Attending a More Selective College

 7510

208.

Voter Competence in Direct Legislation Elections

 7508

209.

NCOLCTL

 7479

210.

Some Lessons From Transaction-Cost Politics for Less-Developed Countries

 7474

211.

UCLA Bali Theater Study Tour to Resume in Summer 2004

 7442

212.

Clientelism, Credibility and Democracy

 7436

213.

The New Comparative Economics

 7434

214.

Political Polarization and Income Inequality

 7430

215.

The Economic Significance of National Border Effects

 7428

216.

Globalization and Fiscal Decentralization

 7388

217.

Key Request Form

 7371

218.

EAP Offers the Experience of a Lifetime

 7360

219.

Song Guoding

 7335

220.

UCLA Film and Television Archive

 7321

221.

Managing Turbulence in the World Economy

 7320

222.

The Assessment: The Twentieth Century-Achievements, Failures, Lessons

 7312

223.

Constructivist and Ecological Rationality in Economics

 7311

224.

Endogenous Constitutions

 7298

225.

Boom and Bust: Seeds of Destruction

 7297

226.

Viet Nam: Beyond the Frontiers

 7286

227.

Globalization, Democratization and Governmet Spending in Middle Income Countries

 7278

228.

A New Arms Race? The North Korean Nuclear Challenge -- March 7 Symposium

 7266

229.

Making Capitalism Work for Everyone

 7231

230.

Yu Haocheng

 7211

231.

South African Photographer Peter Magubane Reception

 7158

232.

The Strategic Logic of Suicide Terrorism

 7125

233.

January 29 Seminar: Muhammad Sani Umar

 7125

234.

Last Empress in Los Angeles

 7050

235.

Vietnamese Refugee Experience Inspires Humanitarian UCLA Student

 7049

236.

Multinational Delegation Looks Behind the Scenes of UC

 6952

237.

Early Salt Production along the Yangzi River in Comparative Perspective: An International Symposium

 6900

238.

The Politics of WTO Dispute Settlement

 6827

239.

UCLA Offers Joint Spring Quarter Class with Tel Aviv University

 6814

240.

Entertainment Policy

 6753

241.

Instructional Media Library

 6714

242.

International Flash Points

 6695

243.

Hungarian Ambassador to visit UCLA

 6667

244.

Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowships

 6657

245.

Comparative Studies of (Post-) Colonial Cultures in East Asia: Japan, Korea, Taiwan

 6625

246.

The Political Economy of Capital Account Liberalization

 6575

247.

November 6 Seminar: Jared Diamond

 6492

248.

PRRP Grant Awardees, Academic Year 2003-2004

 6475

249.

Heritage Language Instruction for Post-secondary Students from Immigrant Backgrounds

 6426

250.

Outreach to Precollegiate Teachers, Students and Schools

 6418

251.

February 12: Stephanie Limoncelli

 6364

252.

February 19: Robin Goodman

 6320

253.

February 26: David Laitin

 6296

254.

Call for Student Papers on the European Union

 6269

255.

April 29: Daniel Kahneman

 6236

256.

The Bush Administration's Errant Strategy Towards the al-Qaeda Challenge

 6229

257.

Katalin Szelenyi Working Paper #1

 6185

258.

January 22 Seminar: Christine Min Wotipka

 6156

259.

November 20 Seminar: Lynn Hunt

 6142

260.

January 8 Seminar: Jana von Stein

 6115

261.

October 30 Seminar: Dick Flavell

 6070

262.

Fulbright Scholars Attend NBA Games!

 6056

263.

February 5: Francis Njubi Nesbitt

 6047

264.

October 9 Seminar: Jim Vreeland

 6045

265.

Indonesian Bruin Student Association

 5971

266.

IT Workforce Data Project

 5969

267.

November 13 Seminar: Trent Smith

 5953

268.

The First Property Rights Revolution

 5907

269.

October 23 Seminar: Sharon Bhagwan

 5881

270.

Islam and Authoritarianism

 5878

271.

International Economics: Theory and Practice- Chapter 6

 5815

272.

UC eScholarship Repository Marks 203,000 Downloads

 5809

273.

Study Abroad Programs

 5802

274.

University of California Links

 5636

275.

Do We Really Know that the WTO Increases Trade?

 5599

276.

Mission & Priorities

 5580

277.

Lobbying and Legislative Bargaining

 5510

278.

Constitutions and Commitment: Evidence on the Relation between Institutions and the Cost of Capital

 5483

279.

NEPAL: FNJ against right to information bill

 5443

280.

Monetary Governance in a World of Regional Currencies

 5380

281.

Directions in Research: Intergenerational Transmission of Heritage Languages

 5351

282.

Alexandra Guisinger, Trade Protection and Liberalization

 5250

283.

Meeting One Report: The Human Face of Global Mobility

 5215

284.

UCLA International Institute Joins eScholarship Repository

 5199

285.

Gary Freeman Working Paper

 5065

286.

New Winter Course: Japanese Feminism/Feminism in Japan

 5057

287.

William Clark Reseach Note

 5038

288.

Marian Katz Working Paper

 5023

289.

Business Chinese: Shanghai

 5010

290.

Andrew Geddes Working Paper

 4926

291.

Sandra Lavenex Working Paper

 4917

292.

Kristin Surak Working Paper

 4864

293.

Painting the Middle East

 4785

294.

Conference on the International Diffusion of Democracy and Markets

 4784

295.

Instructional Needs of College-Level Learners of Japanese as a Heritage Language: Performance-Based Analyses

 4734

296.

Katalin Szelenyi Working Paper #2

 4705

297.

Christine Min Wotipka and Francisco O. Ramirez, World Society and Human Rights

 4680

298.

The Human Face of Global Mobility: Year One Report

 4655

299.

Workshop: Islam in China

 4558

300.

PRRP Grant Awardees, Academic Year 1999-2000

 4511

301.

Report from the Fulbright Coordinator

 4504

302.

Globalization and Fiscal Decentralization

 4495

303.

Native American Heritage Languages

 4471

304.

Burkle Center Working Paper Series

 4380

305.

Institute Showcases K-12 Outreach at L.A. Times Book Festival

 4323

306.

December 4 Seminar: Roberto Farneti

 4251

307.

Politics and International Law Colloquium

 4211

308.

Chang Kil Lee and David Strang, The International Diffusion of Public-Sector Downsizing

 4107

309.

October 2 Seminar: Rob Boyd

 4077

310.

Economic Shocks and Civil Conflict: An Instrumental Variable Approach

 4024

311.

Leading Chinese Political Activists Discuss "Constitutionalism in China?" February 21

 4014

312.

A Message from the Vice Provost

 4001

313.

Dennis Quinn, Anti-Capitalist Sentiment as a Determinant of International Financial Liberalization

 3936

314.

China and Constitutionalism: A Symposium

 3929

315.

Duane Swank, Tax Policy in an Era of Internationalization

 3920

316.

The Impact of the Israeli Elections on the Future of the Middle East: A Post-Election Analysis

 3880

317.

A New Perspective on Teaching Russian: Focus on the Heritage Learner

 3874

318.

Multiparty Competition, Founding Elections and Political Business Cycles in Africa

 3846

319.

Model United Nations Page is Here

 3838

320.

January 15 Seminar: Beth Simmons

 3816

321.

The Impact of Outside Funding on Community Organizations of the Disadvantaged

 3704

322.

Eduardo Castro and Kathleen R. McNamara, The Diffusion of Central Bank Independence

 3675

323.

Can Foreign Aid Buy Growth?

 3671

324.

The Middle East and Israel: After the War with Iraq--May 29 Lecture by Shai Feldman

 3670

325.

Enthnic Identity, Collective Action, and Conflict: An Experimental Approach

 3660

326.

Internships and Study Opportunities

 3626

327.

A Research Note on Congo’s Nationalist Paradox

 3554

328.

Development Despots: Foreign Aid, Domestic Politics, and the Quality of Governance

 3530

329.

The Political Salience of Cultural Differences

 3499

330.

Global Fellows Directory, 2003-04

 3458

331.

Geoff Garrett, Beth Simmons, and Frank Dobbin, Diffusion Introduction

 3456

332.

Tribe or Nation? Nation-Building and Public Goods in Kenya versus Tanzania

 3387

333.

International Cooperation to Combat Corruption

 3345

334.

You Can’t Save Alone:Testing Theories of Rotating Savings and Credit Associations in Kenya

 3244

335.

Why study gender issues in the economies of sub-Saharan Africa?

 3201

336.

Kristian Gleditsch and Michael Ward, Diffusion and the International Context of Democratization

 3192

337.

May 30: HIV/AIDS, Development, and the Next Generation in Africa

 3161

338.

New Winter Course: Theater of Japan: Kabuki

 3118

339.

Postmodern Imperialsm

 3107

340.

The Role of Parents' Knowledge about Bilingualism in the Transmission of Heritage Languages

 3022

341.

Global Fellows Program Application Instructions

 2980

342.

Helen Milner, The Global Spread of the Internet

 2956

343.

CCGR Request for Proposals: Working Groups 2003-2004

 2954

344.

March 11: Peter Singer

 2921

345.

Understanding Rebel Terror Movements

 2908

346.

New Winter Course: Cross-Cultural Currents in Theater

 2888

347.

Order Without Law? Property Rights During the California Gold Rush

 2851

348.

International Development Studies Holds Internship Fair

 2773

349.

Could Humphrey Have Gone To China?

 2755

350.

March 4: Fred Lo

 2711

351.

Assessing Africa's Two-Phase Peace Implementation Process: Power Sharing and Democratization

 2709

352.

Is Democracy Necessary for Development?

 2675

353.

Adrian Favell Working Paper #1

 2655

354.

Lindsay Lowell Research Note

 2632

355.

Poverty and Witch Killing

 2536

356.

Paula Chakravartty Working Paper

 2492

357.

Network Access and Email Request Form

 2410

358.

JUSTICE AND SOVEREIGNTY

 2372

359.

Sabeen Sandhu Working Paper

 2338

360.

Do Politicians Reward Their Supporters? Regression Discontinuity Evidence from Ghana.

 2256

361.

Learning from History

 2015

362.

Outreach World Website Launches

 1953

363.

Biliteracy and Heritage Languages

 1952

364.

Contributors

 1925

365.

Language Ideologies and the Teaching of Heritage Languages

 1916

366.

UCLA Undergraduates Win Awards at European Union Center of California Conference

 1861

367.

External Pressures on Families

 1696

368.

Saturday-School Participation, Ethnic Identity and Japanese Language Development

 1627

369.

The Role of Schools in Language Maintenance and Shift

 1605

370.

Russell N. Campbell

 1536

371.

Reviewers

 1308

372.

Language Ideologies

 1227

373.

Editors' Foreword

 1160

374.

Research Priorities: Heritage Languages in Policy Texts

 954

375.

Persistence of Inefficient Institutions

 628