Videos from throughout the Institute and member centers. To date we have published over 226 videos.

VIDEO: The Gaza Disengagement: 10 Years After

A look back at the historic decision and its aftermath.

On the Terrorist Attacks in Paris

A panel discussion with UCLA faculty Asli Ü. Bâli, Caroline Ford, James Gelvin and Dominic Thomas. Moderated by Laure Murat.

Germany, the Euro & the Greek Crisis: Where to Go From Here?

Matthias Rainer Zimmer, German Parliament; Edward Leamer, UCLA Anderson; Aaron Tornell, UCLA Economics

Carne Ross, Founder of Independent Diplomat on Video

Independent Diplomat advises and assists democratic governments and political groups to navigate complex diplomatic processes.

The Bernard Brodie Distinguished Lecture On the Conditions of Peace with Amb. McFaul Video and Podcast

Michael McFaul, former U.S. Ambassador to the Russian Federation, U.S. Department of State.

Out of the Shadows: Innovative Approaches to Combating Forced Labor and Other Forms of Worker Exploitation

A high level, multi-stakeholder dialogue about federal, state and local strategies in the United States, Brazil and elsewhere to prevent and mitigate exploitative labor practices that increase workers' vulnerability to forced labor.

“'I Write What I Like': The Politics of Black Identity and Gendered Racial Consciousness in Meer’s The Black Woman Worker”

The UCLA Center for the Study of Women presents the series "New Directions in Black Feminist Studies." Tiffany Willoughby-Herard examines Fatima Meer’s Black Woman Worker: A Study in Patriarchy and Woman Production Workers in South Africa (1990) and discusses the context and impact of this study.

"Riddles of the Sphinx: Kara Walker and the Possibilty of Black Female Masochism"

The UCLA Center for the Study of Women presents the series "New Directions in Black Feminist Studies." Amber Jamilla Musser's lecture will speak to how we can understand black female masochism--the willful and desired submission to another.

"Living and Laboring off the Grid: Black Women Prisoners and the Making of the 'Modern' South, 1865-1920"

The UCLA Center for the Study of Women presents the series "New Directions in Black Feminist Studies." Talitha LeFlouria will examine the lived and laboring experiences of imprisoned African-American women in the post-Civil War South, and describe how black female convict labor was used to help construct “New South” modernity.

US-Australian Dialogue: Assessing the Future of the Asia-Pacific Conference

The US-Australia Dialogue brought together academics, experts and government officials to discuss the US-Australian alliance and shifting economic and political dynamics in the Asia-Pacific region. See videos of the panel conversations below:

Video Recap: Every Rock a Universe - The Yellow Mountains and Chinese Travel Writing

Lecture by Jonathan Chaves, the George Washington University

Climate Engineering: Challenges for International Governance

The Burkle Center for International Relations and the Marschak Interdisciplinary Colloquium hosted a lecture by Professor Ted Parson, Dan and Rae Emmett Professor of Environmental Law and Faculty Co-Director of the Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at UCLA.

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