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1.

About Global Studies

 241705

2.

About Latin American Studies MA Program

 71500

3.

Contact Us

 67797

4.

The People Who Cover Up Genocide

 61531

5.

The Rise of Islamic Extremism in Central Asia

 59002

6.

Future of Iraq, Israel-Palestine Conflict, and Central Asia Weighed at International Conference

 56588

7.

Your Major and EAP

 54959

8.

Research EAP options

 54007

9.

Fighting HIV in the Golden Triangle

 50222

10.

Larry Diamond on What Went Wrong in Iraq and Prospects for Democracy and Stability

 46420

11.

Wahhabism, bin Ladenism, and the Saudi Arabia Dilemma

 45324

12.

A Forgotten History of Democratic Institutions in Mexico and Peru

 42293

13.

Former BBC correspondent Philip Short speaks on his new biography of Pol Pot

 41481

14.

UCLA Holds Briefing on Indian Ocean Tsunami

 40688

15.

Filipino Film Festival at UCLA a Big Success

 40479

16.

Brazilian Cinema Reborn

 40413

17.

Syrian Ambassador Calls for Comprehensive Peace Settlement in the Middle East

 39965

18.

Enlightenment Influence on the U.S. Constitution: Cesare Beccaria’s Contributions to the U.S. Bill of Rights: Are the Rights of the Accused Respected?

 39705

19.

Godzilla and Postwar Japan

 39452

20.

U.S.–Arab Relations Broken After Iraq War, Scholar Reports

 39290

21.

Academic Counseling & Contact Information

 38957

22.

New Leftist Government in Brazil Faces Multiple Challenges

 38619

23.

Hajj Histories: Stories from Southeast Asian Pilgrims

 38267

24.

Women's Political Role on Rise in Philippines

 38249

25.

Listening to Islam

 38219

26.

Resources

 38180

27.

Memoirs of an Atomic Bomb Survivor: Shigeko Sasamori

 38179

28.

The West Must Support Islamic Moderates to Fight Jihadist Terrorism

 37816

29.

The Future of the Greater China Economy

 37599

30.

The Missing Histories of the Hmong

 37041

31.

Refugee Babies: The Lasting Effects of Tsunami Aid in Sri Lanka

 36666

32.

Randal Johnson Named Director of the Latin American Institute

 36643

33.

Short Term Programs

 36567

34.

Hizbullah: Political Party or Terrorist Organization?

 36413

35.

Summer Programs

 36188

36.

UCLA Fights HIV/AIDS in Asia

 35467

37.

Lotus Steps 2005 -- UCLA's Chinese Cultural Dance Club

 35326

38.

Terror on Mass Transit

 34931

39.

Encyclopedia of Buddhism

 34240

40.

Philippines Study Abroad Program in Jeopardy

 33849

41.

Learning from past mistakes

 33821

42.

Electoral Democracy Has Yet to Shake Mexico's Corrupt Bureaucracy

 33378

43.

Global Entertainment and Popular Culture

 33086

44.

Understanding the English Bill of Rights

 32947

45.

Application Deadlines for Prospective Applications

 32769

46.

Making Up for Minamata

 32568

47.

Middle Eastern Fetishes Amuse, Challenge, Shock

 32519

48.

UCLA Graduates Its Third Class of Southeast Asian Studies Majors

 32458

49.

KOREA: Celebrities feel negative effects of internet

 31073

50.

Congratulations to UCLA's 2004-2005 Asian Studies Graduates

 30739

51.

UC Regents Take Up Sudan Divestment

 30395

52.

U.S. Ambassador to Armenia, John M. Evans, Speaks at UCLA

 30002

53.

Students Take Action to Fight AIDS

 29861

54.

Philippines Without Borders

 29790

55.

Filipino/Tagalog, A Language of the Philippines, Expands at UCLA

 29683

56.

Worlds of Sound Reach L.A.

 29409

57.

France and Globalization in the Late 18th Century: The Kourou Disaster

 29232

58.

Islam in China -- a workshop for teachers

 29140

59.

"I Was One of the Lucky Ones. I Lost Nothing."

 28457

60.

Dual Citizenship: The Two Sides of Thomas Rimer

 28398

61.

Darfur Panel Illustrates Region’s Suffering

 27971

62.

Breaking the Mold

 27964

63.

Tsunami Still Taking Toll: Indonesian Military Combines Relief with Executing Rebels, while Sri Lankan Fishermen Face Loss of Livelihood

 27784

64.

UCLA IT director creates Aceh photo journal, finds hope amidst destruction

 27548

65.

UCLA's Yunxiang Yan receives Association for Asian Studies China Book Prize

 27484

66.

UCLA Club Reaches Out to Families with Children from China

 27185

67.

Political Hinduism Goes Beyond Politics

 27095

68.

Israel and the Palestinians: Is Peace at Hand?

 27018

69.

Contemporary Ethiopia: Revolution and Transformation?

 26832

70.

UCLA Hmong Students "Giving Voice to Hmong American Experiences"

 26568

71.

Petition for Chair Review

 26115

72.

Curriculum Guidelines For Heritage Language Classrooms at the University of California

 26027

73.

Exposing Corrupt Politicians: The Effect of Brazil's Publicly Released Audits on Electoral Outcomes

 26025

74.

Recognize Difference Between Two Islams

 26023

75.

Vietnamese Diaspora on Film

 25681

76.

The Aftermath of the Tsunami

 25486

77.

UCLA Ranks 9th in Foreign Students, 3rd in Study Abroad

 25332

78.

Tsunami -- Understanding and Helping

 25296

79.

Vietnamese-American Dreams

 24965

80.

Doctor races against time to save quake victims

 24730

81.

Mantle Hood, 87, dies

 24604

82.

UCLA Hosts Talks on Armenian Genocide

 24531

83.

Aid Available for Students in the US from Indonesia, Thailand, and Malaysia

 24265

84.

Academic Year Programs

 24178

85.

The Ambassador's Role

 23978

86.

Buddhist Studies at Top of its Class

 23683

87.

UCLA Chancellor Carnesale on the Risks of Nuclear Attacks on the United States

 23528

88.

Mao and Markets -- Business the Chinese Way

 23493

89.

Schaberg and Yan to head UCLA Center for Chinese Studies

 23250

90.

About the Center

 22896

91.

Sammy Yukuan Lee: A Biography

 22710

92.

Augusto Espiritu launches new book Five Faces of Exile at UCLA

 22422

93.

A Look at Korean American Buddhism, Gender, and Identity

 22111

94.

Unforced Devotions

 22055

95.

Former Secretary of Commerce Mickey Kantor Defends the Record of Global Free Trade

 21968

96.

What the U.S. Needs to Do to Move an Arab-Israeli Peace Forward

 21891

97.

Does Emigration Strengthen or Weaken Castro?

 21813

98.

Hong Kong and Political Change in China: Let the Small Teach the Big

 21697

99.

About the Performers in A Celebration of Music and Dance from South and Southeast Asia—A Benefit to Support Tsunami Relief Efforts, to be held on February 9th at 7:00 p.m. (UCLA Ackerman Union's Grand Ballroom)

 21593

100.

The Challenge of Enduring and Deepening Poverty in the New South Africa

 21543

101.

How to Support Buddhist Studies at UCLA

 21457

102.

Remembering Nurcholish Madjid

 21348

103.

UCLA at the 2005 Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting

 21255

104.

Politics Across the Border

 21139

105.

Remembering James Smoot Coleman

 20960

106.

Warren Christopher Fields Student Questions on International Hot Spots

 20916

107.

Japan and the Emancipator

 20907

108.

Of Apartheid, Prison, and Parliament

 20752

109.

Welcome to the IUC Japan

 20688

110.

Last Professional Performer in the United States Demonstrates Vietnamese Classical Opera

 20651

111.

Germany

 20500

112.

Glenda Jones, Bruin Angel

 20102

113.

UCLA Historian Publishes Biography of Gandhi

 19887

114.

The Rest of Africa, Televised

 19871

115.

Institute brings East Asia to K-12 teachers

 19869

116.

Information on Korean Buddhism

 19025

117.

Five UCLA Students Honored with Study Abroad Scholarships

 18986

118.

Gandhi Prevails Over Bombs

 18882

119.

Leddet and Gena Greetings

 18848

120.

Many Bruins Opt For Overseas Learning

 18799

121.

The Defeat of Iran's Revolutionary Economics

 18770

122.

Geoffrey Garrett on Globalization in Two Eras

 18492

123.

A new way to learn

 18453

124.

Faculty

 18241

125.

Orchid Mazurkiewicz Appointed Director of HAPI

 18221

126.

Fifteenth Annual Iranian Film Festival

 18192

127.

Four Years under the Spell of the Superpower Myth?

 17889

128.

A Look at Buddhism and Modernity in Korea

 17765

129.

UCLA Asian Studies Faculty in the News -- December 2005

 17687

130.

He cares for tortured and enslaved among immigrants

 17586

131.

Koizumi Games the System

 17511

132.

A Look at Community and Ritual in Medieval Taoism

 17340

133.

Graduate Research in the Minasian Collection

 17338

134.

Challenges to Democracy: A Summer Institute for Educators

 17150

135.

UCB-UCLA Consortium National Resource Center for Southeast Asia

 17132

136.

Beginning to Remember: The Past in the Indonesian Present

 17057

137.

UCLA Undergraduates help Professor Barbara Koremenos Explore the "Continent of International Institutions"

 17032

138.

Transnational Feminism: A Range of Disciplinary Perspectives

 16862

139.

Japan's Economy Steamrolls Back

 15347

140.

Bioterrorism: How Has It Been Used? What Can It Do? How Prepared Are We?

 15317

141.

Rockefeller Foundation Sub-Saharan Africa Dissertation Internship Awards

 15265

142.

Collection of websites of interest to Africanists

 15239

143.

Financing EAP

 15058

144.

Adam & Eve - The Oldest Pub in Norwich (and maybe England!)

 14861

145.

Malaysian Examination Syndicate Members Meet With CRESST at UCLA

 14614

146.

The View from Damascus

 14516

147.

User's Guide to Exile

 14325

148.

American Ideals, Not Foreign Policy, Thrive in Middle East

 14298

149.

Faculty Grants in International and Regional Studies, Guidelines 2007-08

 14296

150.

Maps and Melodies of Europe

 14256

151.

Rebuilding the Middle East

 14247

152.

Apply

 14240

153.

CNES Celebrates Ibn Battuta

 14237

154.

Global Fellows 2005-2006 Background Statements

 14153

155.

Madrid´s Mega-Market: Spanish Culture Where You Name the Price

 13988

156.

UCLA Faculty Speaking on Asia -- November 2005

 13907

157.

Global Audience Gathers for 'Freedom Fighter'

 13899

158.

Seeing Mexico Globally: A Personal Journey

 13882

159.

Opening the Doors to Global Studies

 13817

160.

Language TA Conference

 13736

161.

Other Funding Opportunities for Faculty

 13598

162.

Immigration

 13565

163.

Global Studies 1 Course Offered Spring 2005

 13505

164.

Austria

 13420

165.

Heritage Language Preservation

 13413

166.

Haitian Lawyers and Judges Come to UCLA to Meet with Professor Gary Rowe

 13379

167.

Globalization hits UCLA

 13290

168.

Heritage Language Workshop, April 30 – May 1, 2005 at UCLA

 13275

169.

Global Gloom and Growing Anti-Americanism

 13194

170.

The Tipping Game

 13189

171.

Seeking Explanatory Adequacy: A Dual Approach to Understanding the Term Heritage Language Learner

 13122

172.

14th Century Prague: An Approach Using Literature in the Junior High Classroom

 13004

173.

AIDS Education Marches to Campus

 12960

174.

UCLA Language Materials Project

 12886

175.

Medieval History and the Development of Cities

 12866

176.

The Wenner-Gren Foundation For Anthropological Research, Inc. Grant Programs

 12841

177.

Courses

 12804

178.

UCLA Faculty Speaking on Asia -- October 2005

 12733

179.

Political History of 20th Century Europe

 12689

180.

Moving On

 12683

181.

EAP Countries

 12639

182.

Marbella- The upscale beachtown with international flair

 12547

183.

Tolerant Toledo - History, diversity and a side of majestic scenery

 12491

184.

Hiker's Dream

 12474

185.

The Language Consortium Meeting on Grants

 12370

186.

Art, Geography, Literature, and History: A Cross Curricular unit on Russia and Eastern Europe

 12367

187.

Globalization: The European Union as a Model

 12362

188.

Hebrew Language Teachers' Seminar

 12289

189.

Cairo: Impact of War - While Cairenes are Subdued, Life Goes on

 12219

190.

Life Abroad... - The Joy and Frustration of Learning a New Language

 12218

191.

Social Science Research Council

 12169

192.

Former secretary of state speaks with students

 12149

193.

Leeds International Film Festival

 12102

194.

Bridges Theater Offers 12th Annual Iranian Film Screening

 12057

195.

Mission Statement

 12055

196.

Netherlands

 12001

197.

Russia's Social and Cultural Diversity

 11974

198.

Reform and Revolution in Russia, 1861-1905

 11935

199.

FAQs

 11840

200.

Nationalism

 11833

201.

The Break-up of the Soviet Empire: Forces of Neo-Nationalism

 11810

202.

Internationalizing the High School English Curriculum with Russian and Eastern/Central European Literature

 11782

203.

A Reference Guide to Buddhist Studies

 11749

204.

Lunchtime

 11697

205.

Summer Teaching Training Workshops

 11581

206.

CEES-Supported Courses

 11574

207.

Researchers Delve into Sept. 11 Effects

 11265

208.

East European Folklore, Music and Folktales

 11202

209.

Film Library

 11060

210.

Books

 10860

211.

The Siege of Sarajevo and the American Civil War

 10828

212.

Democracy vs. Liberal Autocracy: Dan Brumberg Examines the Role of Islam in Political Regimes

 10661

213.

UCLA Office Hosted 471 Visitors from 92 Nations in 2005

 10592

214.

Agencies Respond and Ask for Assistance

 10520

215.

Spain

 10518

216.

Crisis in the Balkans: Ethnic Conflict in Bosnia

 10494

217.

Faculty

 10454

218.

The Use and Misuse of Power

 10350

219.

The Fall of Communism: New Directions for Politics, Social Conditions, and the Economy

 10177

220.

Senior Visiting and Post-doctoral Fellowships

 10114

221.

The Soviet Union and the Fall of Communism

 10100

222.

France

 9796

223.

Albania

 9691

224.

United Kingdom

 9636

225.

Russia

 9609

226.

Foreign Languages at UCLA

 9588

227.

Figments and Fragments of Mahayana Buddhism in India: More Collected Papers

 9557

228.

The Cold War Heats Up: The Cuban Missile Crisis

 9553

229.

Global Learning Institute offers four summer programs for 2006

 9533

230.

Going Forth: Visions of Buddhist Vinaya

 9520

231.

Alumna Profile: Sherifa Zuhur

 9512

232.

Teachers As Scholars Explore Francophone Literature and Culture

 9492

233.

Italy

 9473

234.

Event Archive from 1997-2001

 9385

235.

Social and Cultural Evolution of the People of Eastern Europe

 9376

236.

Schedule an appointment with an EAP counselor

 9226

237.

Bulgaria

 9218

238.

Nhung T. Tran

 9164

239.

Newsletter, Spring 2005

 9115

240.

Currents and Countercurrents: Korean Influences on the East Asian Buddhist Traditions

 9062

241.

Africa: Linking the Past and Present 2005

 9032

242.

Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship

 9026

243.

The Disintegration of Yugoslavia: A Historical Perspective

 9009

244.

Being a Citizen in a Global Community

 8974

245.

Ronald Rogowski Named Associate Dean of UCLA International Institute

 8844

246.

Belgium

 8834

247.

College of Letters and Science Requirements and EAP

 8808

248.

Andorra

 8747

249.

2005-2006 CEES Graduate Student Funding Award Recipients

 8644

250.

Discipline Specific Opportunities

 8586

251.

Bridging Scholarship For Study Abroad In Japan

 8571

252.

Language Arts with Music: Russia/Europe

 8538

253.

East Asia Institute (Seoul) Fellows

 8500

254.

Freeman-Asia: Awards For Study In Asia

 8490

255.

Europe and Globalization

 8445

256.

Russian Culture, Immigration

 8411

257.

European Union and Globalization

 8405

258.

Theater as Catalyst of Teaching

 8358

259.

American Women's Club Stockholm Scholarship

 8257

260.

Greece

 8229

261.

The Language Materials Project

 8208

262.

2005-2006 FLAS Recipients

 8200

263.

Sweden

 8169

264.

Denmark

 8100

265.

Duttenhaver Scholars Program for Year-Long Immersion Programs

 8077

266.

Deutscher Akademinscher Austausch Dienst (DAAD) German Academic Exchange Service Undergraduate Scholarship

 8063

267.

Dan Wise Scholarship Program

 8015

268.

European Union Overview

 7982

269.

Soviet Union and Eastern Europe

 7914

270.

Latvia

 7866

271.

GE-Focused Programs

 7812

272.

2003-2004 CEES Graduate Student Funding Award Recipients

 7784

273.

Global Scholars, 2005-2006

 7770

274.

Czech Republic

 7753

275.

Outreach

 7716

276.

Free Trial Services of Korean Databases

 7685

277.

'Terrorism, Gay Marriage, and Incumbency' + 'Kansas Politics in the Bigger Picture'

 7669

278.

Poland

 7653

279.

Romania

 7647

280.

Associate Fellows 2005-2006

 7644

281.

European Union, East-West Migration

 7601

282.

Processes of Globalization in an Expanding Europe

 7593

283.

Finland

 7537

284.

Peer Advisors

 7473

285.

Armenia

 7463

286.

Ukraine

 7434

287.

Ireland

 7427

288.

Lithuania

 7405

289.

"UCLA Today" Features International Institute Staffer

 7401

290.

Hungary

 7396

291.

Portugal

 7375

292.

Global Learning Institute offers three summer programs for 2005

 7328

293.

Malta

 7324

294.

Russia and East Europe

 7320

295.

Georgia

 7300

296.

Vision Statement of the UC-wide Education Abroad Program

 7273

297.

Student Perspectives on the Islamic Studies Program

 7215

298.

Student Quotes on Studying Abroad

 7210

299.

Estonia

 7186

300.

Support the Center for Chinese Studies

 7175

301.

Museum Resources and Teaching about Asia

 7091

302.

Uzbekistan

 7061

303.

Damon Woods

 7051

304.

Ross Dunn Keynote Address at Ibn Battuta Event

 7021

305.

Luxembourg

 6985

306.

The Natural State: The Political Economy of Non-Development

 6939

307.

Slovenia

 6927

308.

Liechtenstein

 6911

309.

Norway

 6906

310.

Sophia Siddique Harvey

 6890

311.

Hmong Resource Centre Travel Grant Program

 6861

312.

Croatia

 6769

313.

Macedonia

 6742

314.

Bosnian Literary Impressions

 6728

315.

Economic Growth and Judicial Independence: Cross Country Evidence Using a New Set of Indicators

 6619

316.

Switzerland

 6556

317.

Iceland

 6519

318.

Turkmenistan

 6518

319.

Spanish and French in a Global Culture

 6482

320.

Azerbaijan

 6372

321.

EAP Health Clearance Process

 6360

322.

Kyrgyzstan

 6302

323.

UCLA Center for Korean Studies Visiting Scholars and Associates, 2003-05

 6295

324.

SINGAPORE: ST's magazines a hit -- some cut and keep articles

 6284

325.

Belarus

 6228

326.

General Education Guidelines for EAP

 6179

327.

Tajikistan

 6158

328.

Slovakia

 6156

329.

Bosnia and Herzegovina

 6155

330.

Courses pre-approved for GE credit

 6134

331.

Other Title VI Centers with Teacher Resources

 6083

332.

KOREA: Legal documents will go online

 6003

333.

Online Resources

 5887

334.

Getting Credit for EAP Courses at UCLA

 5776

335.

Collapse - How Societies Choose to Fail or Suceed

 5748

336.

Kazakhstan

 5699

337.

Endogenous Democratization

 5670

338.

Newsletter Fall 2004

 5598

339.

Newsletter Fall 2002 and Spring 2003

 5582

340.

Transculturation and National Signifiers: "Japan" In, After, and Via Diaspora and Return

 5566

341.

Psychology and the Market

 5556

342.

Why We Learn Nothing from Regressing Economic Growth on Policies

 5550

343.

Programs Conducted in English

 5518

344.

Economic Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy

 5419

345.

KOREA: Internet crimes still on the rise

 5408

346.

Local Determinants of African Civil Wars, 1970-2001

 5403

347.

On The Process of Growth and Economic Policy in Developing Countries

 5398

348.

The Elusive Curse of Oil

 5371

349.

The Papal Conclave: How Do Cardinals Divine the Will of God?

 5340

350.

AUSTRALIA: ABC producer denies 'walkout' claim

 5294

351.

Out of Bounds: Japan With/Out the West

 5294

352.

Growing Public: Is the Welfare State Mortal or Exportable?

 5290

353.

Newsletter, Spring 2004

 5287

354.

Global Crises, Global Solutions

 5237

355.

The Mysterious Case of Female Protectionism: Gender Bias in Attitudes Toward International Trade

 5228

356.

What Does the Public Know About Economic Policy, and How Does It Know It?

 5220

357.

UCLA PRRP Past Awardees

 5180

358.

Voting for Autocracy: Hegemonic Party Survival and its Demise in Mexico

 5177

359.

The Demand for Sons: Evidence from Divorce, Fertility, and Shotgun Marriage

 5162

360.

Cultural Biases in Economic Exchange

 5139

361.

Newsletter, Spring 2002

 5120

362.

An Empirical Analysis of 'Acting White'

 5105

363.

Minimum-Winning Coalitions and Personalization in Authoritarian Regimes

 5102

364.

Political Polarization and Income Inequality

 5091

365.

Measuring Risk: Political Risk Insurance Premiums and Domestic Political Institutions

 5075

366.

Why Is Manhattan So Expensive? Regulation and the Rise In Housing Prices

 5066

367.

Do Women Shy Away from Competition? Do Men Compete too Much?

 5064

368.

The Long Run Impact of Bombing Vietnam

 5048

369.

Political Science Majors/Minors

 5036

370.

The Political Economy of Hatred

 5020

371.

When Can History Be Our Guide? The Pitfalls of Counterfactual Inference

 5019

372.

The Killing Game: Reputation and Knowledge in Non-Democratic Succession

 5015

373.

Exchange students visiting UCLA

 5014

374.

Income and Democracy

 5000

375.

Links of Interest to Resources for Buddhist Studies

 4943

376.

World Development Report 2006 - Equity and Development

 4940

377.

Fall 2005 UCLA South Asia Courses

 4786

378.

Newsletter, Fall 2003

 4703

379.

Language and Culture Programs

 4681

380.

Reflections of Education Abroad Program Study

 4665

381.

Fall 2005 UCLA East Asian Studies Courses

 4629

382.

06 Winter Courselist

 4601

383.

Newsletter, Fall 2001

 4593

384.

Newsletter, Fall 2000

 4582

385.

Newsletter, Fall 1998

 4518

386.

Parents

 4497

387.

FACE TO FACE with the SLAVS

 4453

388.

The Formation of Medieval Japanese Towns and the Rise of Kamakura New Buddhism

 4310

389.

PRRP Grants, Academic Year 2005-2006

 4284

390.

Newsletter, Fall 1999

 4207

391.

PRRP Grant Awardees, Academic Year 2004-2005

 4201

392.

Scholars Explore Regional Security: Introduction

 4200

393.

Newsletter, Spring 2000

 4175

394.

Teachers As Scholars Explore Francophone Culture

 4115

395.

The Superpower Myth: The Use and Misuse of American Might

 3961

396.

Literary and Social Differences Between the Arhat and the Bodhisattva

 3889

397.

Visitor Information

 3826

398.

June 2 Seminar: Adrian Favell

 3819

399.

June 9 Seminar: John Tooby

 3814

400.

May 19 Seminar: Rachel Adams

 3792

401.

Sociology Majors

 3756

402.

How Important was Buddhism in Early Southeast Asia?

 3755

403.

May 26 Seminar: Eunyoung Ha

 3753

404.

February 10 Seminar: David Fitzgerald

 3716

405.

Art History Majors/Minors

 3676

406.

English Majors/Minors

 3668

407.

January 20 Seminar: Chielozona Eze

 3577

408.

February 24 Seminar: Pascal Boyer

 3562

409.

April 7 Seminar: Nina Sylvester

 3535

410.

January 13 Seminar: Geoffrey Garrett

 3535

411.

April 21 Seminar: Daniel Chen

 3530

412.

April 28 Seminar: Nadege Veldwachter

 3518

413.

December 7 Seminar: Yusaku Horiuchi

 3493

414.

February 17 Seminar: Ödül Bozkurt

 3470

415.

Want to Experience Korea in Seven Days?

 3453

416.

February 2 Seminar: Larry Diamond

 3449

417.

Art Majors

 3419

418.

April 14 Seminar: James Robinson

 3417

419.

Safety and Study Abroad

 3395

420.

Chemistry and Biochemistry Majors

 3368

421.

March 3 Seminar: Donald R. Davis

 3294

422.

Asian American Studies Majors/Minors

 3260

423.

Learning Business Oriented Korean

 3196

424.

October 26 Seminar: Nathan Jensen

 3186

425.

October 12 Seminar: Ali Behdad

 3165

426.

Design | Media Arts Majors

 3164

427.

Early Korean Immigrants in Hawaii: Their Social Backgrounds and Politics, 1903-1915

 3118

428.

November 16 Seminar: Obioma Nnaemeka

 3028

429.

Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations Majors

 3018

430.

Teacher Beliefs and Practices in Advanced Spanish Classrooms

 3014

431.

November 2 Workshop: Globalization and the Sciences

 2994

432.

Scholars Explore Regional Security: Program

 2992

433.

November 8 Seminar: Anthony Giddens

 2991

434.

Afro-American Studies Majors/Minors

 2984

435.

Minor Worksheet

 2979

436.

African Studies Minors

 2976

437.

China's Many Faces

 2940

438.

Korean Mask Drama and the Dance of Therapy

 2939

439.

The Cosmology of Buddhas and Kami in medieval Japan: A reconsideration of kami-Buddhist amalgamation paradigm

 2908

440.

Museum Studies Majors

 2892

441.

Important Contacts

 2878

442.

Rebuilding Devastated Economies in the Middle East

 2860

443.

UCLA Political Science 169 - Modern Korean Politics

 2834

444.

Power of Attorney

 2804

445.

On the Allure of Green: Landscape in Buddhist Practice from Dunhuang to Kyoto

 2803

446.

Hiring Part Time High School Japanese Tutor

 2750

447.

Chicana/Chicano Studies Majors/Minors

 2743

448.

A New Paradigm for Understanding Japanese Buddhism

 2708

449.

Major Worksheet

 2699

450.

"Indianism" and the Construction of Pan-Asian Buddhism in Pre-War Japan

 2682

451.

Relics of Misunderstanding? Chinese Sheli and Indic Sarira in the Mahaparinirvana-sutra and Elsewhere

 2677

452.

Is There Still Buddhism Outside Japan?: "Three Countries" in the Thought of Eisai and Nichiren

 2674

453.

European Studies Major

 2667

454.

Dividing Bones for the Common Dead: The Role of Buddhism in the Formation of Japan's Civil Society

 2665

455.

History Majors

 2647

456.

Scholars Explore Regional Security

 2644

457.

Korea Social Scientist Position - UCLA

 2618

458.

Family Educational Records Privacy Act (FERPA)

 2613

459.

The Roof Tiles of Fujiwarakyo Yakushiji

 2582

460.

Mexican Studies Minor

 2578

461.

05 Spring Courselist

 2569

462.

What Manner of Monk is This: The Buddhist Bhiksu's Obligation to Support his Parents in Early and Medieval India

 2530

463.

Alumni

 2524

464.

Problems in the Reestablishment of Orders of Nuns in Theravada Buddhism

 2520

465.

Japanese Buddhism in the Formation of Tokugawa Authority

 2488

466.

Linguistics Concentration Majors/Minors

 2449

467.

Coming Down the Mountain: Gods and Buddhas at Hie Shrine

 2445

468.

Coping While Abroad

 2384

469.

Music Majors

 2377

470.

East Asian Studies Majors

 2376

471.

St. Mary's College -- Asian History

 2375

472.

UCLA Faculty and Staff

 2349

473.

Latin American Studies Majors/Minors

 2302

474.

UCLA History Department - Professor of Modern Japanese History

 2284

475.

World Arts and Culture

 2267

476.

Support EAP

 2257

477.

Japanese Tendai Interpretations of the Environment

 2216

478.

Parent FAQ

 2215

479.

Getting There: Travel, Passports, Visas

 2160

480.

Ethnomusicology majors

 2158

481.

05 Fall Courselist

 2139

482.

African Studies EAP Information

 2130

483.

Education Abroad Program - Alumni

 2060

484.

Study Abroad Myths and Facts

 2041

485.

Middle East and North African Studies Majors/Minors

 1921

486.

Russian Majors

 1921

487.

Beginning Level University Heritage Programs: Creating a Space for All Heritage Language Learners

 1919

488.

Italian Majors/Minors

 1880

489.

Book Review

 1873

490.

May 12 Colloquium: Professor Timur Kuran

 1862

491.

Chapman University -- East Asian History

 1856

492.

KOREA: Foreign watchdog hits out at Seoul over media bills

 1754

493.

California State University, Fullerton - Professor of Asian History

 1662

494.

UCLA Asian Studies Graduate Student Publications and Presentations, 2002-2003

 1478

495.

UC Irvine -- Japanese Literature and Culture, tenure track

 1425

496.

California State Polytechnic University, Pomona - Professor of East Asian History

 1394

497.

Students tailor education to needs

 1370

498.

January 27 Seminar: Stephen Krasner

 1343

499.

06W LAS MA Courselist

 1330

500.

Cross Currents: Navigating a Pluralistic World

 1308

501.

Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast

 1308

502.

Sexuality and Family Relationships

 1218

503.

Support EAP

 1200

504.

Safety and Study Abroad

 1170

505.

Education Abroad Program - Faculty & Advisors

 1144

506.

06 Winter Courselist

 1049

507.

Global Studies Course Descriptions

 1033

508.

Family Educational Records Privacy Act (FERPA)

 1030

509.

Learn More About EAP

 1013

510.

A Letter to the Parents

 998

511.

October 19 Workshop: Globalization and the Humanities

 986

512.

06 Winter Courselist

 929

513.

Title VI and Fulbright-Hays National Outreach Conference

 839

514.

06 Winter Courselist

 781

515.

November 30 Workshop: Globalization and the Social Sciences

 757

516.

5th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences

 746

517.

06 Winter Courselist

 700

518.

Heritage Language class management

 576

519.

Multilevel heritage language classes

 573

520.

Heritage Languages at the University of California

 555

521.

Heritage learners proficiency and use

 532

522.

About this project

 525

523.

Communicative HL activities

 508

524.

Approaches to Heritage Language Instruction

 507

525.

Focusing on the heritage language student

 505

526.

Publications

 499

527.

ACTFL Proficiency: Writing Guidelines

 451

528.

ACTFL Proficiency: Listening Guidelines

 367

529.

ACTFL Proficiency: Speaking Guidelines

 363

530.

ACTFL Proficiency: Reading Guidelines

 354

531.

The heritage language learner

 295

532.

Contributors to Volume 3

 188