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1.

UCLA Hosts 1st Conference on Afghan Literature

 27973

2.

Cambodian Students Begin Learning about Khmer Rouge Atrocities

 25039

3.

10 Questions for Lauren Robin Derby

 22940

4.

Symposium Looks at Today's Korea

 22142

5.

Area Studies, Language Programs Win Almost $11 Million from Education Department

 22111

6.

10 Questions for Sebastián Edwards

 21988

7.

Fastest Way to Asia's Heart

 21295

8.

Application Process

 21209

9.

Does 'Fair Trade' Help Those Who Harvest Tea?

 20870

10.

UCLA Center Hosts a Distinguished Alumnus, the Thai Ambassador

 20766

11.

10 Questions: Miriam Robbins Dexter on the Power of Female Display

 20100

12.

Watching TV: Students of Brazilian Cinema

 19796

13.

As Ethiopia Expands Higher Ed, UCLA Seeks Partnership

 19574

14.

Research Center Will Be at Epicenter of Marine Biodiversity

 19535

15.

Scholar Intrigued by How Societies Treat Their Elderly

 19297

16.

CEES Funding Opportunities for UCLA Graduate Students

 18803

17.

Author Hits 'Reset' on Story of China in Africa

 18293

18.

Writing Travel at Asia's Crossroads

 18201

19.

The literature of settler societies: Camus, S. Yizhar and Amos Oz.

 17989

20.

'Everyday Selves' Are Focus of the 2nd Indonesian Studies Conference

 17864

21.

Renewed Agreement with Korean University

 17575

22.

Are Native Languages Worth Saving? A Globetrotting Scholar Says Yes

 17352

23.

The Roads to Oxiana: The Writing of Travel at the Crossroads of Asia (Panel I)

 17179

24.

Campus Community Scrambles to Respond to Crisis in Haiti

 17139

25.

Chilean President Piñera, Gov. Schwarzenegger Visit Campus

 17102

26.

UCLA Professor Records Quake Evacuees' Stories

 17068

27.

IDS Students Keep Up Haiti Support

 16869

28.

Columnist Gustavo Arellano of 'Ask a Mexican!' Fame to Keynote UCLA Commencement June 11

 16863

29.

Prolific, Renowned Ko Un Brings his Poetry to UCLA

 16727

30.

Talk This Way

 16690

31.

A Night of Arab and Brazilian Music

 16436

32.

UCLA Author's Latest Novel: a Mother, a Nanny and Hard Choices

 16391

33.

Obituary: Lucie Cheng, 70, Former Director of Asian American Studies and Founding Director of Pacific Rim Studies

 16364

34.

10 Questions with Joyce Appleby

 16223

35.

The Roads to Oxiana: The Writing of Travel at the Crossroads of Asia (Panel II)

 16180

36.

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Receives UCLA Medal, Lectures on UN's Global Initiatives

 16177

37.

Project Aims to Improve Economy of Thai Village

 16146

38.

Creating Nostalgia: European Womens Writing in Colonial Algeria.

 15821

39.

UCLA History Professor Witnesses Devastation, Says Rural Haiti in Peril

 15720

40.

A Look at Ordinary People Caught in the Chaos of War

 15687

41.

A Conversation with John Podesta on China

 15601

42.

Inaugural Martin Klein Prize Awarded to History Professor

 15536

43.

A Portrait of Teshome H. Gabriel, 1939-2010

 15490

44.

Legacies of Constitutional Engineering in Thailand

 15479

45.

Brazilian Film Expert Randal Johnson Leads International Studies During Search

 15403

46.

March 5 Forum to Discuss Haiti's Most Vulnerable

 15401

47.

'Atomic Mom' Filmmaker Reveals Secret Stories of the Bomb

 15382

48.

Haiti Badly Shaken by 7.0 Magnitude Earthquake

 15352

49.

UCLA Sends Surgical Team, Supplies to Haiti

 15229

50.

Fowler Museum to Showcase Women's Textile Traditions of Southeast Asia

 15214

51.

Christopher Hitchens Decries Anti-Semitism in Lecture at UCLA

 15209

52.

Chilling Effect on Muslim Giving Examined at Law Conference

 15161

53.

Lost Boy of Sudan Seeks To Heal His Homeland

 15160

54.

Three UCLA Researchers Receive Pacific Rim Grants 2010-2011

 15152

55.

New Voters Swung Japanese Election

 15151

56.

Rock Bands, Rock Brands of India

 15151

57.

Countries Far North Will Thrive on Global Warming

 15072

58.

IDP Chairs

 15040

59.

Making the World a Better Place, this Summer in Senegal

 14992

60.

Centralized Health Care More Cost-Effective, Offers Better Access to Preventive Services

 14973

61.

Student Group Will Travel to Vietnam to Provide Basic Health Care, Promote Education

 14858

62.

UCLA Center Rings in 50th with Senegalese Superstar Baaba Maal

 14857

63.

Scholars Debate: Is China Becoming a Responsible World Leader?

 14830

64.

Festival of Books Preview: Joyce Appleby on Global Capitalism

 14827

65.

Between Palestine and the Rand: Settler colonialism, labor and state violence.

 14691

66.

Feb. 4 Performance Art Benefit for Haiti

 14631

67.

Professor to Share Frederick Douglass Book Prize

 14630

68.

Earth Man

 14608

69.

China's Role in Regional and Global Security Challenges

 14508

70.

Capitalist bi-nationalism in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

 14497

71.

Archaeologists Find Oldest Leather Shoe

 14490

72.

No Tulips This Time, But Hope

 14403

73.

Local Efforts Key to Nuclear Disarmament

 14334

74.

UC Study Abroad Students in Chile Confirmed Safe

 14332

75.

Festival of Books Preview: Geoffrey Robinson on East Timor

 14312

76.

1989 Activist Speaks on Opposition to Tyranny

 14298

77.

Crossing the Roof of the World, Panel 1

 14284

78.

Exhibit Features Weavers

 14152

79.

Haitian Ambassador Outlines Rebuilding Strategy, Thanks UCLA Medical Team

 14150

80.

Shafir's Response to Zachary Lockman

 14144

81.

Finding Pachamama/Mother Earth: Environmentalism in Latin America

 14116

82.

10 Questions for Jared Diamond on Global Collapse

 14112

83.

What Could End Cooperation with China?

 14108

84.

Focus on Men at Reproductive Health Conference

 14092

85.

Indigenous institution building and 20th century US Indian policy

 14087

86.

Orientalism in the Works of Paul Bowles

 14024

87.

Professor's Website Lets Music Flow Across Former Soviet Union

 13972

88.

Terra Nullius: Its past and some thoughts on today

 13955

89.

China and The World Panel 2: China's Role in Global Economic and Climate Polic

 13880

90.

China and The World Panel 3: What Can the US Do to Shape China

 13825

91.

Steal This Plan for Civic Action

 13824

92.

Panelists Share Experiences from the Vietnam War

 13752

93.

The settlers ongoing contract: Assimilation and removal in the post-frontier era.

 13725

94.

Haiti Relief Plans Move from Shore to Ship

 13696

95.

Teshome H. Gabriel, 70, Internationally Recognized Expert on Third World Cinema

 13630

96.

New Mandarin Immersion Program at Broadway Elementary School

 13605

97.

UCLA Historians Explore Birth of Religious Tolerance in Europe

 13572

98.

Settler colonialism past and presenta commentary

 13563

99.

Historian Terraciano Gears Up for Year as Latin American Institute Director

 13558

100.

UCLA's James S. Coleman African Studies Center to Celebrate 50th

 13451

101.

2010 IGCC Dissertation Fellowships - $15,000 stipend, up to $3,000 travel/research (Deadline: 3/22/10)

 13424

102.

Graduate Student Profile: Ziad Abu-Rish

 13414

103.

Leaving Istanbul

 13392

104.

Two Students Change the World, from South LA to Senegal

 13288

105.

Fulbright Keynoter: University's Main Impact Is Moral

 13188

106.

"Street Days" at the 2010 Los Angeles Film Festival

 13169

107.

Haiti Volunteers Face Unknown with Lots of Preparation

 13142

108.

Argentina: Economic and Cultural Background

 13097

109.

Professor Works to Open Research Facility in Indonesia

 13086

110.

'Art and the Unbreakable Spirit of Haiti' Opens Jan. 9 at Fowler

 13025

111.

Italian Students Fight Education Reforms

 13007

112.

Argentine Political Scientist on Leader He Served as Culture Minister

 12991

113.

'Lebanon Was Going to Stay'

 12986

114.

Graduate Fellowship, Scholars Honor Memory of Hans H. Baerwald

 12985

115.

A Wrong Finally Made Right

 12946

116.

Garcetti: Making L.A. Business-Friendly Will Aid Local Economic Recovery

 12937

117.

From Argentina, Chile and Iran, They Lived to Tell and Teach

 12794

118.

Shanghai Visit Underscores Global Presence of UCLA

 12789

119.

'Talking Drums' on Rural and Global Stages

 12772

120.

Monochrome Ceramics from Ancient Mexico in Fall Fowler Exhibit

 12757

121.

A Tribute to Mahmoud Darwish's Lyric Epic

 12724

122.

Taking Risks to Teach Lessons

 12602

123.

Closing Remarks at China and the World Conference by Yan Yunxiang and Gen. Wesley Clark (Ret.)

 12464

124.

Monks Make Tibetan Art at Hammer

 12458

125.

Streetscapes of L.A., Paris, Berlin Come to Fowler Sept. 19

 12438

126.

UCLA Alumnus, Researcher Backs Indonesian Studies

 12376

127.

Polarization and the De-Thaksification of Thai Politics

 12328

128.

Two Students in East Asian Studies Program Receive 2010 Thomas Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship

 12279

129.

Displacement and Dispossession in the Modern Middle East

 12238

130.

Two UCLA Fowler Exhibitions Showcase Arts of Korea

 12224

131.

The Regional Context of Turkey's Foreign Policy

 12202

132.

Questions on China for John Podesta

 12195

133.

Untranslatability

 12185

134.

Graduate Student Profile: Arshad Ali

 12098

135.

Unrest in Thailand Doesn't Faze Study Abroad Students

 12027

136.

Festival of Books Preview: Richard Baum's China Tales

 11938

137.

Four UCLA Students Honored With Humanitarian Award for Volunteer Efforts

 11926

138.

Closing Remarks at China and the World Conference by Yan Yunxiang and Gen. Wesley Clark (Ret.)

 11917

139.

Counter-Narcotics Policy in Afghanistan May Benefit Insurgents, Analysis Finds

 11913

140.

Nation, War and Exile as Portrayed in Afghan Diasporic Fiction: The Case of Muhammad Asef Soltanzadeh

 11906

141.

Stephen Krasner: What Could End Cooperation with China?

 11881

142.

Zócalo Public Square, Burkle Center Host Sebastian Mallaby

 11840

143.

UCLA to Participate in Global Symposium on Bombing of Hiroshima

 11838

144.

His Goal: $100 for Every Child Born in the World

 11802

145.

Iran: The Future of the Opposition and the Islamic Republic

 11790

146.

The Temporality of Selfhood: Azhdaha-i Khudi as an Allegory of History

 11774

147.

Solitude, Diaspora, and Narration: Epic Memory in Afghan and Afghan-American Literature

 11762

148.

Two-State Solution Remains Best Option for Realists and Doves, Says PLO Ambassador

 11744

149.

The Legacy of Mahmoud Darwish

 11739

150.

Faculty Guidelines for International Collaborations

 11732

151.

Graduate Student Profile: Murat Yildiz

 11718

152.

Qatar Building Partnerships for Security, Sustainability of Food Supply

 11701

153.

Study Predicts Surge in HIV Drug Resistance

 11699

154.

Before the Ruins: When Mahmoud Darwish met Walter Benjamin

 11687

155.

Burkle Senior Fellow Kantathi Suphamonkhon: "Stop Thailand's Free Fall Into the Abyss Now"

 11658

156.

1989: The Struggle to Create Post-Cold War Europe

 11612

157.

Meet 2010 Lemelson Fellowship Recipients

 11591

158.

Global Buddies Connects Travelers with Families Across Oceans

 11575

159.

UC Faculty, Students Head to Haiti to Extend Role in Recovery

 11566

160.

China Sends Senior Officials in Higher Ed to UCLA for Training

 11561

161.

Afghan Discourses of Occupation Today: Oral and Literary Proverbs and Aphorisms in Uncertain Times

 11521

162.

Burkle Fellow Amy Zegart on NPR: Once a Critic, Obama now Embraces Commissions

 11518

163.

Reform of Islamic Codes Comes from Within

 11510

164.

Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala in the LA Times: "Consequences of the Catholic Church's Claim of Statehood"

 11476

165.

Campus Welcomes Whirlwind Visits by Heads of State

 11471

166.

Greening North America Energy Relationship Conference 2009, Keynote Address Video

 11423

167.

African Conflict and the Paradox of Change (5th Annual AAA Conference)

 11418

168.

Greening Conference 2009, Closing

 11413

169.

Time to Get Out of Afghanistan

 11395

170.

Promise or Peril? The China-ASEAN Trade Relationship

 11377

171.

Admiral Michael Mullen Speaks at UCLA about Terrorism, Repeal of 'Don't Ask' Policy

 11307

172.

Professionals Share International Experiences

 11285

173.

Toshie Marra named Librarian of the Year

 11266

174.

Intimate Realism: Recording the Experience of Exile in Second-Generation Refugee Poetry in Iran

 11250

175.

The New Grand Bourgeoisie under Post-Communism: Central Europe, Russia, and China Compared

 11230

176.

Christopher Hitchens Delivers the Daniel Pearl Memorial Lecture at UCLA

 11179

177.

Crossing the Roof of the World, Panel 2

 11163

178.

CNSI, Dutch Institute To Collaborate on Nanoscience, Nanotechnology

 11056

179.

Creating Citizens' Democracy in Post-Communist Countries

 11052

180.

UCLA Again Ranks 2nd Among Public Universities Worldwide

 11049

181.

Turning on the Taliban: Radical fiction from the Sewing Circles of Herat

 11007

182.

Concept Analysis: Exploring Health Consideration for Aging Nigerian Immigrants in the United States (5th Annual AAA Conference)

 11001

183.

Conservative Nationalists and Right Radicals: Two Rival Trends of Hungarian Politics

 10974

184.

UCLA, Japanese Firm to Collaborate on Nanotech Imaging Tools

 10926

185.

Afghanistan in Ink Introduction

 10906

186.

Indus Urbanism and Trade: Recent Discoveries from India and Pakistan

 10884

187.

From the Soviet Bloc to the European Union: The Economic and Social Transformation of Central and Eastern Europe Since 1973

 10869

188.

A Conflicted Curriculum: Student Perceptions of Gender in Kenyan Social Studies Textbooks (5th Annual AAA Conference)

 10865

189.

ASIA IN LA 2010 - Afternoon Discussion: Asian Cuisine from Market to Table

 10821

190.

His Excellency Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General, Delivers Bernard Brodie Lecture

 10818

191.

Global CA: Rising to the Cosmopolitan Challenge

 10805

192.

The Diplomat and the General: No Easy Answers on Ending War Crimes

 10749

193.

Hating the Postcolony Properly: Hip Hop Aesthetics in Kenya (5th Annual AAA Conference)

 10738

194.

Artist Focuses Camera on Arctic North

 10709

195.

China's Role in Global Economic and Climate Policy

 10689

196.

UCLA Events Explore Local, International Significance of Watts Towers

 10660

197.

Zhivago's Children: The Last Russian Intelligentsia

 10639

198.

UCLA International Faculty Take 4 Guggenheim Fellowships

 10639

199.

International Migration Scholar Waldinger Joins Institute Leadership

 10620

200.

Mahmoud and his Fathers: Classicism, Colonialism, and Modernity in the Work of Mahmoud Darwish

 10617

201.

Journalists Under Fire: An Independent Reporter's View from Chechnya, Iraq, and Afghanistan

 10610

202.

Reproducing the French Race: Immigration, Intimacy, and Embodiment in the Early 20th Century

 10583

203.

Greening Conference 2009, Keynote Address

 10582

204.

IDS Senior Awards

 10576

205.

Human-Wildlife Conflicts and Maasai Group Ranches in Kenya (5th Annual AAA Conference)

 10527

206.

A Myth of Benign Humanitarianism, Militarism and Womens Rights: A Case Study of the Chad-Cameroon Oil Pipeline (5th Annual AAA Conference)

 10521

207.

Heat Waves: Get Used to Them

 10520

208.

US-Japan Relations Chair Studies Impact of Digital Media

 10498

209.

Virus Related to Smallpox Rising Sharply in Africa

 10490

210.

Roberta Cohen on R2P

 10489

211.

International Education Week 2010

 10473

212.

The EU and the Fight Against Corruption in Romania and Bulgaria

 10460

213.

Applications Open for 'Rethinking International Migration' Summer Seminar for College Teachers

 10446

214.

Memory, Democracy, and Moral Justice: Romania Confronts Its Communist Past

 10425

215.

UCLA-Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Student Exchange Program

 10422

216.

Climate Change Is Here to Stay, for Centuries

 10407

217.

One Hundred Years of Oil Income and the Iranian Economy: A Blessing or a Curse

 10380

218.

Explore Asian Cuisine in LA, UCLA Style

 10260

219.

Tradition and Engagement: The Language of Exile in Mahmoud Darwishs Poetry

 10252

220.

Richard Turco on the Nuttiness of Climate Engineering

 10245

221.

Big Experiences for Small Scandinavian Studies Graduate Program

 10239

222.

Race and the Traces of History

 10234

223.

Admiral Michael Mullen Speaks at UCLA Burkle Center Event with Renee Montagne

 10229

224.

Interrogating the Interstices of Race, Religion and Health in a Transnational Context (5th Annual AAA Conference)

 10226

225.

Chinese Presence in Africa: Trade, Investment, Diplomatic and Cultural Ties (5th Annual AAA Conference)

 10225

226.

Southeast European Film Festival Business Conference - Panel 1, "Production Financing, Overseas Filming, and Resources"

 10166

227.

Creating New Leaders: Youth Involvement in Community Activism in South Africa (5th Annual AAA Conference)

 10165

228.

His Excellency Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General, Receives The UCLA Medal

 10157

229.

Southeast European Film Festival Business Conference - Panel 2, "Producing in South East Europe and Co-production Models to Get Your Film Made"

 10104

230.

Visitors Bureau Hosted 575 People from 91 Nations in 2010

 10041

231.

'Auntie' Navigates Vietnam

 10036

232.

The Colonial Hauntings of Contemporary Gender- based Violence in Conflict Zones (5th Annual AAA Conference)

 10028

233.

Building States and Markets: Enterprise Development in Central Asia

 10021

234.

Relating Modernity, Conflict and Sexual Violence: Discourses of Violence against Women in Post-war Sierra Leone (5th Annual AAA Conference)

 10007

235.

2 in East Asian Studies Win Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowships

 10002

236.

Imagining Hafez: Rabindranath Tagore in Iran, 1932

 9995

237.

UCLA a Top Arrival, Departure Point for Students Globally

 9982

238.

Material Culture and Maritime Asia: New International Perspectives

 9977

239.

Capitalism Will Help Us Adapt to Climate Change, Economist Says

 9973

240.

Space and Time in Socialist Tanzania: The Dodoma Capital Project (5th Annual AAA Conference)

 9948

241.

Terasaki Postdoc Investigates Breakdown of Democracy

 9932

242.

North African Women in Madrid: Intersections of Race, Religion and Gender and the 2004 Law Against Gender Violence (5th Annual AAA Conference)

 9907

243.

East-West Collaboration Brings Top Chinese Health Official to Campus

 9882

244.

The Legacy of Mahmoud Darwish: Fady Joudah

 9878

245.

Robot Helps Professor Train New Surgeons in Italy

 9840

246.

Tracing the Development of the Code of Personal Status: The Tunisian Case (5th Annual AAA Conference)

 9833

247.

Local Power and Transnational Resources: An Anthropological Perspective on Rural Rehabilitation in Afghanistan

 9819

248.

Southeast European Film Festival Business Conference - Panel 3, "Distribution, and Identifying New Avenues and Platforms"

 9796

249.

What Can the US Do to Shape China's Engagement

 9762

250.

The State and the Performing Arts in Zimbabwe: Friends or Foe? (5th Annual AAA Conference)

 9757

251.

Do the Math, Say UCLA Researchers

 9754

252.

ISLC Summer 2010 K-12 Workshop

 9752

253.

Eric Garcetti Speaks on "LA and CA in the World"

 9752

254.

The Legacy of Mahmoud Darwish: Concert

 9736

255.

Arabs and Muslims in Mainstream American Culture

 9727

256.

Fatna El Bouih: Talk of Darkness, Human Rights in Morocco

 9723

257.

The New Progress Philosophy: Addressing Development and Psychology from the Traditional Perspective (5th Annual AAA Conference)

 9705

258.

Culture and War in Iraq

 9666

259.

The Legacy of Mahmoud Darwish: Jeffrey Sacks

 9666

260.

Graduate Student Profile: Romy Guzman

 9662

261.

UCLA at the Shanghai World Expo

 9633

262.

The Future of the Global Currency System

 9618

263.

The Buddhist Arts of Tea in Medieval China

 9576

264.

Cambodia's Somaly Mam Addresses UCLA on Fight Against Sexual Slavery

 9573

265.

Greening Conference 2009, Keynote Address Q and A

 9564

266.

Israel and Apartheid: The Jewish State

 9547

267.

The Fabric of Life

 9486

268.

Hong Kong Meeting with Prospective Students Oct. 18-19

 9460

269.

Greening Conference 2009, Panel 2: Growing Renewable Greentech Sectors

 9458

270.

Greening Conference 2009, Panel 1: Greening Our Energy Trade Relationship

 9456

271.

To be or not to be Multilingual

 9450

272.

Shari'ah Watch: A View from the Inside

 9402

273.

The Legacy of Mahmoud Darwish: Abeer Mohamed

 9399

274.

"Innocent Victims": An Accounting of Anti-Terrorism in the Egyptian Legal Context

 9387

275.

Around the World of Music in 50 Years

 9378

276.

UCLA in Shanghai: "Expo 360" features UCLA Travel Study Students

 9341

277.

Ferdowsi Studies at Ferdowsi University (in Persian)

 9339

278.

Teaching to Your Taste Buds

 9281

279.

In Memoriam: Hans H. Baerwald

 9247

280.

Varieties of Anti-Semitism

 9232

281.

UCLA Engineer's Telemedicine Invention Poised to Begin Trials in Africa

 9206

282.

James S. Coleman Memorial Lecture: The Development and Democratic Challenges of Postcolonial Kenya

 9202

283.

How to End Wars Well

 9193

284.

The Donme: Jewish Converts, Muslim Revolutionaries, and Secular Turks

 9187

285.

Greening Conference 2009, Panel 1: Q and A

 9115

286.

The Legacy of Mahmoud Darwish: Concert

 9100

287.

Nobel for Mario Vargas Llosa

 9087

288.

The Legacy of Mahmoud Darwish: Tamim Al-Barghouti

 9062

289.

(Re)Bounding Islamic Charitable Giving in the Terror Decade

 9050

290.

War, Citizenship and Memory in Iraq

 9021

291.

Economic Roots of Iran's Long, Hot Summer of 2009

 9014

292.

International Students Adjust to Campus Culture

 8995

293.

Hawalas: Financing Radical Islam or Survival?

 8969

294.

The War Economy in Iraq

 8923

295.

The Legacy of Mahmoud Darwish: Sinan Antoon

 8803

296.

Blocking the Faith, Freezing Charity: The Chilling Effect of Terrorism Financing Laws and Policies on Muslim Charitable Giving

 8782

297.

Greg Anderson - Doctoral Student

 8762

298.

Ottoman Turkish Achievements in Cartography and Geography

 8730

299.

Reflections on Re-reading the Iliad and the Shahnameh

 8698

300.

Bilingual Lecture Series on Iran 2009-2010

 8697

301.

Salma, in Jordan

 8696

302.

Zhang Li - Visiting Scholar

 8695

303.

Codicological Notes on the Newly Discovered Manuscript of the Shahnameh in the Bibliotheque Orientale of Saint-Joseph University, Beirut (Ms. NC.43)

 8668

304.

Is Aggressive War a Crime? The International Criminal Court and the Future of International Justice

 8668

305.

The Global Kaffiyya Craze

 8663

306.

Admiral Mike Mullen, in conversation with Renee Montagne

 8662

307.

Maura Dykstra - Doctoral Student

 8651

308.

David Gere: Enlisting Art to End AIDS

 8648

309.

Relationships, Emotions and Monuments: The Great Mughals, 1526-1707

 8616

310.

A Brief Report on Another Edition of the Shahnameh (in Persian)

 8571

311.

Devastation And Controversy: Consequences of the US Invasion for Iraqi Archives

 8555

312.

Israel, Iran, and the United States

 8518

313.

Arab-Afghans, Jihad, and the Roots of 9/11

 8510

314.

UCLA Team Traveling to Shanghai to Expand Ties

 8497

315.

Kufic Panels in the Florence Manuscript of the Shahnameh (in Persian)

 8480

316.

Primary Researches on Ferdowsi and his Shahnameh

 8467

317.

Greening Conference 2009, Introduction

 8450

318.

Adm. Mike Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in conversation with Renee Montagne, NPR

 8440

319.

Global TV News Lounge Opens

 8387

320.

Tehran Political Posters Then and Now

 8304

321.

Why Limited Force Rarely Works

 8271

322.

An Epic Unity: The Hero Pattern and the Shahnama

 8263

323.

Ferdowsis Shahnameh: The Epic of the Conquerors at the Time of their Defeat

 8225

324.

Evliya Celebi's Expeditions on the Nile

 8222

325.

Prosecuting the Holy Land Foundation: A Case Study in the Criminalization of Islamic Charitable Giving

 8193

326.

Codicological Notes on the Newly Discovered Manuscript of the Shahnameh in the Bibliotheque Orientale of Saint-Joseph University, Beirut (Ms. NC.43).

 8180

327.

Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala's New Book Reviewed in Foreign Affairs

 8156

328.

Kufic Panels in the Florence Manuscript of the Shahnameh (in Persian)

 8144

329.

The Waqf as an Instrument of Cultural Change in Seljuk Anatolia

 8140

330.

From Early Judeo-Iranian Jargons to Central Asiatic Argots of Rom Groups: Evidence for an Influential Jewish Underworld in the Late Abbasid Period

 8101

331.

UCLA Officials to Meet with Prospective Students in Tokyo

 8098

332.

Globalization, Informal Networks and the War on Terrorist Finance: Understanding the Political Economy of Islamic Welfare

 8097

333.

Fowler Museum Will Close for Two Weeks

 8078

334.

Dutch University Seeks UCLA's Help with Diversity Issues

 8073

335.

Mobilizing the Global Citizenry: the United Nations in a Changing World

 8069

336.

A Brief Report on Another Edition of the Shahnameh (in Persian)

 8010

337.

Secrecy and Sadaqa: The Challenge of Law Enforcement Scrutiny of Islamic Charitable Giving

 7990

338.

A book reading in French, Dari and English by Atiq Rahimi, Afghan author

 7953

339.

Chinese Studies at UCLA

 7936

340.

Women's Lamentations and the Ethics of War in Medieval Persia and Ancient Greece

 7931

341.

Preserving the Two-State Solution

 7917

342.

Opportunities for Scholars and Students with the Council of American Research Centers

 7909

343.

Partisan Financial Cycles: Politics, Policies, and Financial Crashes

 7899

344.

Congratulations to the 2009-10 Alice Belkin Memorial Scholarship Recipients

 7882

345.

Global Connections: Trade, Technology, and Food - Slave to Chocolate

 7809

346.

The Economic Crisis and You

 7808

347.

Turkish Language and Literature in Medieval and Early Modern India

 7796

348.

Islamic Charities and Delivering "Safe Aid"

 7794

349.

The Short-Term Society, A study in the Long-Term Problems of Political and Economic Development in Iran

 7784

350.

Letters to My Torturer

 7764

351.

Power, International Trade Law, and State Transformation

 7757

352.

Right to Education: Obstacles to Academic Freedom in Occupied Palestine

 7736

353.

The Establishment of the Turks in the Islamic World

 7719

354.

Burkle Director Kal Raustiala in Harpers Magazine on his Recent Book

 7706

355.

Center Director John Duncan receives the Korea Foundation Award

 7702

356.

Governing Gifts: Law, Risk, and the "War on Terror"

 7681

357.

Revisiting Safavid Origins in Light of Contemporary Documents

 7649

358.

Beyond Eurabia: Muslims in European Politics, Economy and Culture

 7643

359.

Eternal Stones: Historical Memory and Notions of History Among the Early Turkic Peoples

 7597

360.

The Goldstone Report Controversy: Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law in the Gaza Conflict

 7568

361.

The "Scalpel" and the "Sledgehammer": How the First Amendment Has Facilitated the Criminalization of Islamic Charities

 7557

362.

Taxonomies, Minorities, and Boundaries: The League of Nations and the Interwar Middle East

 7553

363.

Muslim-American Charities Under Pressure: Administrative Remedies for Legal and Financial Compliance Issues

 7533

364.

Trans-regional Contacts and Relationships: Turks, Mongols and the Delhi Sultanate in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries

 7506

365.

UCLA Hosts First Lady of Zambia

 7411

366.

His Excellency Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General, Receives The UCLA Medal

 7322

367.

7th Annual UN Global Classrooms Conference, Los Angeles

 7320

368.

Preserving the Two-State Solution

 7250

369.

2010 K-12 Summer Workshop: Visualizing Cultures-Modern China and Japan

 7191

370.

American Idol After Iraq: Competing for Hearts and Minds in the Global Media Age

 7183

371.

A Multilateral Moment: A New US Foreign Policy?

 7111

372.

Greening Conference 2009, Panel 2: Q and A

 7073

373.

2009-10 CEES Graduate Student Funding Award Recipients

 6893

374.

Books

 6891

375.

UCLA Officials to Meet with Prospective Students in Osaka, Japan

 6850

376.

The UN Convention Against Torture

 6832

377.

Burkle Center Announces Partnership with Zócalo Public Square

 6760

378.

Breaking Burma's Isolation

 6730

379.

Mac Attack: The Globalization of Fast Food

 6555

380.

Burkle Senior Fellow Gen. Wesley K. Clark (ret.) in Newsweek: "Evaluating the Presidents Foreign Policy"

 6554

381.

Africans Explore Diversity Initiatives on Campus

 6496

382.

Professor John Duncan Receives Manhae Grand Prize

 6275

383.

Ayşegl Kuş Durakoğlu: A Piano Concert

 6250

384.

2010-2011 FLAS Recipients

 6206

385.

Baking a Better World

 6196

386.

Part-time Swahili Instructor Needed for the 2010-11 Academic Year.

 6182

387.

Burkle Senior Fellow Gen. Wesley K. Clark (ret.) Debates on Obama's Foreign Policy

 6097

388.

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon to Lecture, Receive UCLA Medal on March 2

 6069

389.

Got Nutrients? Dietary Comparison of Medieval European and 21st-century American Food Pyramids

 6022

390.

Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala in MSNBC: "Appeals Court Rules Against Bagram Detainees"

 5902

391.

Conference Logistics

 5751

392.

Op-Ed by Burkle Senior Fellow Wesley K. Clark (ret.) in the Washington Monthly: Bringing It All Back Home

 5743

393.

CEES-Affiliated Faculty

 5558

394.

Teaching U.S. History Through Czech Composer

 5528

395.

The Conflict of Re-Presentation: Re-Presenting Conflict In Africa Conference (5th Annual AAA Conference)

 5488

396.

Professionals Share International Experiences

 5441

397.

If You Leave Us Here, We Will Die: How Genocide Was Stopped in East Timor

 5262

398.

2011 Korean Studies Fellowships for Students from Latin America: Call for Applications

 4939

399.

Life in Ceramics - Ceramics in Life: Five Contemporary Korean Artists

 4934

400.

Africa and Its Diasporas in the Market Place: Cultural Resources and the Global Economy

 4879

401.

Korean Americans and the History Social-Science Framework

 4876

402.

Hotel Information for ACASA Triennial

 4809

403.

2010-2011 Small Research Grant for Faculty and Students in Latin America

 4779

404.

Conference Participant Biographies

 4768

405.

Notes on Indonesian Language

 4613

406.

Conference Schedule

 4545

407.

Burkle Center Senior Fellow Gen. Wesley Clark remembers Amb. Richard Holbrooke

 4497

408.

First East Asian Studies Undergraduate FLAS Awarded

 4485

409.

Letter from the Director

 4411

410.

Professor Jorge Di Masi

 4387

411.

2009 Fulbright-Hays GPA, Morocco: Curriculum Units

 4356

412.

Belkin Scholarship: Frequently Asked Questions

 4350

413.

Notes on Indonesian Geography

 4266

414.

Burkle Center internship application deadline extended

 4152

415.

Giant Robot Magazine

 4088

416.

A Moroccan Virtual Field Trip

 4040

417.

Visiting Scholars and Associates, 2010-2011

 4013

418.

East Asian Studies Major Course Descriptions

 3913

419.

Khaled Abou el Fadl

 3828

420.

Newsletter '10-'11

 3731

421.

African Arts, Spring 2010 - Special Issue: Ephemeral Arts 2

 3685

422.

Fall 10: Course List

 3653

423.

Spring 2010 Course List

 3612

424.

Media Freedom in the Maghreb

 3427

425.

Exploring the roots of cultural shock of Koreans in Brazil

 3426

426.

African Arts, Winter 2009 - Special Issue: Hybrid Heritage

 3412

427.

Professor Martin Alonso Perez Le-Fort

 3394

428.

Assessing economic integration in a comparative perspective: Korea in Northeast Asia and Mexico in North America

 3310

429.

Winter 2011 Course List

 3240

430.

Chancellor Block Urges UCLA Community to Assist Haiti Relief Efforts

 3235

431.

Vacation Gap Between Europe, U.S.

 3230

432.

Burkle Center Fellow Amy Zegart appointed to Blue Ribbon Panel for security review of LAX

 3148

433.

Welcome to the Future Burkle Center Fellows!

 3124

434.

Prospects for Chile-Korea relations: a turning point for economic integration?

 3113

435.

Thuy Vo Dang

 3016

436.

Introduction to Indonesian Tutor Video

 3003

437.

Indonesian Phrases

 2986

438.

Burkle Center Fellow Amy Zegart in Voice of America on Gaps in US Intelligence

 2946

439.

Book Explores Birth of Religious Tolerance

 2925

440.

David MacFadyen

 2916

441.

Event Coverage: Isobel Coleman on "How Women are Changing the Middle East"

 2898

442.

Japan Translates: Words Between Languages from Classics to Hyperculture

 2891

443.

Book Explores Birth of Religious Tolerance

 2873

444.

Scholarships

 2836

445.

Burkle Fellow Amy Zegart in the NY Times on the Christmas Day Bombing

 2828

446.

Burkle Fellow Amy Zegart in Atlantic Online on Continuing Failure of American Security Agencies

 2815

447.

Mark Kleiman

 2802

448.

About this project

 2757

449.

Value-Added Tax in America, Europe

 2734

450.

CSEAS Advisory Committee 2000-2001

 2669

451.

CSEAS Advisory Committee 1999-2000

 2620

452.

CSEAS Advisory Committee 2002-2003

 2591

453.

David Apter, 1924-2010

 2585

454.

An Yin

 2532

455.

Alone With Her Passion

 2519

456.

David C. Rapoport

 2505

457.

Kantathi Suphamongkhon

 2478

458.

CSEAS Advisory Committee 2001-2002

 2460

459.

Is the Catholic Church a State?

 2458

460.

French Retirement Protests Turn Violent

 2447

461.

James Tong

 2432

462.

Notes on Indonesian Pronunciation, Stress and Grammar

 2279

463.

Oscars Lead to Fashion 'Plagiarism'

 2271

464.

Studying Biodiversity in Indonesia

 2257

465.

Daniel Pearl Lecture featured on LA Times Hot List for Events

 2252

466.

Robert Buswell

 2252

467.

UN Secretary-General to Visit UCLA

 2240

468.

Dr. Charles Grob

 2227

469.

Hitchens Here to Give Daniel Pearl Memorial Lecture

 2221

470.

Hello, my name is Tommy

 2214

471.

UN Secretary Ban Ki-moon comments on Terrorism in Afghanistan

 2212

472.

African Arts, Summer 2010

 2211

473.

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to receive UCLA Medal, speak on campus

 2208

474.

Hello my name is Nadia

 2194

475.

Hello my name is Nadaa

 2180

476.

China Begins Head Count

 2163

477.

Fowler Exhibition Celebrates Water Spirit

 2151

478.

Visiting Scholars and Associates, 2009-2010

 2137

479.

The Relations between Korea and China: trade and development in East Asia

 2132

480.

Helping Haiti on MLK Day

 2106

481.

Kal Raustiala

 2091

482.

Burkle Senior Fellow Gen. Wesley K. Clark (ret.) in The Washington Post

 2064

483.

Hello, my name is John

 2061

484.

I am in the 8th grade

 2042

485.

I am in the 11th grade

 2000

486.

UN Secretary-General Visits UCLA

 1993

487.

Gen. Wesley Clark and Kal Raustiala

 1972

488.

America's Intelligence Agencies

 1966

489.

Richard Hovannisian

 1966

490.

UCLA Highlights Iranian Cinema

 1963

491.

Prof Responds to Televangelist

 1953

492.

UCLA Hosts President of Dominican Republic

 1944

493.

I live in San Gabriel

 1941

494.

Quelling Political Protests in Thailand

 1939

495.

Notes on Indonesian Alphabets, Numbers and Colors

 1933

496.

David Hayes-Bautista

 1920

497.

Immigration Issues Stir Controversy

 1916

498.

Links

 1911

499.

Towards a digital democracy in South Korea? An analysis of top-down model of netizens´ political participation

 1911

500.

Burkle Senior Fellow Dr. Suphamongkhon in Free Speech Radio News

 1906

501.

Mark Wright

 1864

502.

Who has betrayed the Nation? A Cinematographic Perspective of the Collaboration

 1858

503.

How Green Is China?

 1836

504.

African Arts Autumn 2009 - Special Issue: Ephemeral Arts 1

 1804

505.

Japanese TV Highlights Pioneering UCLA Nanoscientist

 1799

506.

Jared Diamond on Collapse of Civilizations

 1793

507.

Kal Raustiala

 1769

508.

Jared Diamond on Haiti

 1759

509.

Kal Raustiala

 1753

510.

Kal Raustiala

 1748

511.

Alex Ortega

 1746

512.

Controversy Over WikiLeaks Documents

 1677

513.

Christopher Tang

 1663

514.

I am in grade...

 1646

515.

Legalize Immigrants, Boost Economy

 1641

516.

Christopher Tang

 1587

517.

Lorraine Sakata

 1572

518.

Museum of Tolerance to Be Built on Cemetery

 1565

519.

UCLA Delegation Travels to Shanghai

 1538

520.

Burkle Senior Fellow Gen. Wesley K. Clark (ret.) on Larry King Live

 1536

521.

Student Group Raises Funds for Haiti

 1521

522.

Edward Gonzalez

 1520

523.

Effect of Human Culture on Evolution

 1508

524.

Full Dialogue by Nadaa

 1489

525.

Economic Theory in a Nutshell

 1488

526.

The Economic History of Your T-Shirt

 1478

527.

Fowler Museum and Survival of Haitian Art

 1470

528.

Are Targeted Assassinations Legal?

 1466

529.

I like...

 1439

530.

I am good at basketball

 1424

531.

I am good at ...

 1423

532.

I live in...

 1421

533.

Full Dialogues

 1414

534.

Professor Discusses Two Kinds of Innovators

 1412

535.

I am in the 12th grade

 1400

536.

African Arts, Summer 2009

 1392

537.

Howard Suber

 1384

538.

UN Secretary-General Visits UCLA (Korean)

 1383

539.

I am in the 12th grade

 1375

540.

Complaining in India Just Got Easier

 1373

541.

Lap Dogs Originated in Iraq 12,000 Years Ago

 1371

542.

Learning Indigenous Languages at UCLA

 1370

543.

I live in Montebello

 1368

544.

Concepción Valadez

 1365

545.

I am good at playing piano

 1363

546.

I am good at drawing

 1361

547.

Israel Building in East Jerusalem

 1361

548.

Challenges Faced by Indigenous Immigrants

 1359

549.

UCLA Presents Music Banned by Nazis

 1350

550.

Are Knock-Offs Healthy for the Fashion Industry?

 1349

551.

Exercises for Greetings and Names

 1347

552.

I like eating fried rice

 1341

553.

UCLA International Theatre Festival Dropped

 1341

554.

ICC Considers Criminalizing Aggression

 1340

555.

I like eating gado-gado

 1338

556.

I like eating dumplings

 1327

557.

Monkeypox on the Rise in Tropical Africa

 1323

558.

UCLA Remembers Armenian Genocide

 1321

559.

Who Suffers Most From Natural Disasters?

 1315

560.

Lap Dogs Originated in Iraq 12,000 Years Ago

 1315

561.

Mark Kleiman

 1315

562.

Exhibition Showcases Japanese Robotic Devices

 1314

563.

Sebastian Edwards

 1314

564.

I like eating fried noodles

 1314

565.

Geography Prof Asks the Dust

 1313

566.

Armenian Communities in Asia Minor

 1312

567.

Ending the War in Afghanistan

 1295

568.

Monkeypox on the Rise in Tropical Africa

 1286

569.

I live in Los Angeles

 1283

570.

Haitian Ambassador Thanks UCLA

 1277

571.

Steven Wallace

 1275

572.

David N. Myers

 1275

573.

Bank Accounts for Babies

 1269

574.

I live in Los Angeles

 1256

575.

Exercises for I'm good at

 1251

576.

Dr. Michelle Bholat

 1249

577.

How Humans Became Dominant

 1247

578.

Archive Presents Films From Vietnam

 1243

579.

Christopher Tang

 1234

580.

'Ask a Mexican!' Columnist to Keynote Commencement

 1232

581.

William Bodiford

 1230

582.

Clean Water Can Save Lives

 1229

583.

Space Probe Reaches Venus, Shuts Down

 1221

584.

Global Hand-Washing Day

 1209

585.

ICC Considers Criminalizing Aggression

 1195

586.

UCLA Anderson Partners With Chile

 1192

587.

More Chinese Students Looking to UCLA

 1185

588.

Min Zhou

 1182

589.

Gay Couples Seeking Immigration Rights

 1179

590.

Dr. Osman Galal

 1175

591.

New Age in French Literature

 1168

592.

Bank Accounts for Babies

 1161

593.

Adapting to Climate Change

 1150

594.

Monkeypox on the Rise in Tropical Africa

 1138

595.

Bank Accounts for Babies

 1135

596.

Sizing Up Iran's Civil Society

 1132

597.

European 'Brain Drain' Works Both Ways

 1127

598.

Christopher Tang

 1113

599.

'New North' to Benefit From Global Warming

 1099

600.

Succeeding in Business Takes a Global Viewpoint

 1096

601.

Dr. Ralph R. Frerichs

 1095

602.

Jacqueline DjeDje

 1089

603.

Japanese Americans Receive Honorary Degrees

 1084

604.

Upgrading the Internet for the Future

 1076

605.

'New North' to Benefit From Global Warming

 1073

606.

Brushing up on a Foreign Language

 1073

607.

Calculating Cost of State's Global Warming Law

 1070

608.

Jamaica Inspires Examination of Link between Democracy, Violence

 1067

609.

New North to Benefit From Global Warming

 1065

610.

Give Obama a UCLA Book

 1055

611.

David Kaye

 1055

612.

New North to Benefit From Global Warming

 1050

613.

Life in Ceramics - Ceramics in Life: Five Contemporary Korena Artists

 1049

614.

Adapting to Global Climate Change

 1048

615.

The World Cup Can Be Infectious

 1048

616.

Prof Brings Rock 'n' Roll to Lit Studies

 1047

617.

Asia Turning into a Gambling Hot Spot

 1047

618.

Governor, Chilean President Visit UCLA

 1045

619.

Undocumented Students and the DREAM Act

 1043

620.

Significance, Future of Watts Towers

 1039

621.

New North to Benefit From Global Warming

 1035

622.

UCLA Live Announces 2010-11 Offerings

 1033

623.

Matthew Kahn

 1032

624.

Copyrighting Food

 1032

625.

Prof Discusses History of Capitalism

 1031

626.

New North to Benefit From Global Warming

 1028

627.

Full Dialogue by Tommy

 1027

628.

New North to Benefit From Global Warming

 1024

629.

Michael Ross

 1008

630.

How Global Warming May Affect the Poor

 1007

631.

Conference on Armenian Genocide Reparations

 1002

632.

China, Russia Say No to Dollar

 995

633.

Exercises for I live in

 990

634.

Chinese Health Delegation Visits UCLA

 989

635.

Adapting to Global Climate Change

 989

636.

UC Sees Increase in International Students

 987

637.

Sebastian Edwards

 986

638.

Prof Pens Book for Kids (Spanish)

 981

639.

Why We Ignore Signs of Danger

 978

640.

New North to Benefit From Global Warming

 970

641.

UCLA Well Represented at Venice Biennale

 965

642.

I am good at dancing

 964

643.

History of Capitalism

 950

644.

The Anglicizing of Los Angeles History

 945

645.

Tracking Down Nuclear Terrorists

 944

646.

Exercises for the whole dialogues

 938

647.

Antibiotic-Resistant Bug From India

 926

648.

New North to Benefit From Global Warming

 925

649.

A Portal for New Slavic Music

 906

650.

Adapting to Global Climate Change

 906

651.

Prof Speaks About Nobel Winner Vargas Llosa

 898

652.

Eugene Volokh

 896

653.

Researchers Study Climate Change on Tibetan Plateau

 886

654.

Tracking Down Nuclear Terrorists

 886

655.

Prof Speaks About Nobel Winner Vargas Llosa

 878

656.

Michael Intriligator

 878

657.

Adapting to Global Climate Change

 871

658.

Japanese Duo Win Pritzker Prize

 869

659.

Clark Library Brings Rare Books to Public

 866

660.

Prof Weighs in on Importance of Toilets

 862

661.

Harvard Sells Holdings in Israeli Companies

 856

662.

Students Concerned Over Islamic Studies Program

 846

663.

South Asian Spice Helps Fight Cancer

 845

664.

Upgrading the Internet for the Future

 838

665.

New North to Benefit From Global Warming

 829

666.

The Threat of Nuclear Terrorism

 828

667.

Exercises for Schools and Grades

 818

668.

Warm Welcome for International Students

 813

669.

UCLA Gets Medical Texts to War Zones

 811

670.

Fowler Museum Highlights Korean Arts

 811

671.

Exercises for I Like

 798

672.

UC Sees Increase in International Students

 786

673.

Prof Featured in Documentary on Dead Sea Scrolls

 764

674.

New North to Benefit From Global Warming

 755

675.

Matthew Kahn

 748

676.

Adapting to Global Climate Change

 747

677.

'New North' to Benefit From Global Warming

 745

678.

Encyclopedia Documents Korean Customs

 729

679.

New Research on Dead Sea Scrolls

 692

680.

test

 654

681.

UCLA Archaeology Project in Egypt

 575