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2017 Tinker Recipient Ana María Durán used grant to study urbanization and infrastructure development projects in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Her results have been published by online journal, E-FLUX (an editorial affiliate of the Oslo Triennale).

Thursday, February 14, 2019 READ MORE

An impressive array of migration scholars has created a strong multidisciplinary community at UCLA. Their expertise will be on display at the “Emerging Scholars in Migration Conference” on Feb. 15–16, 2019.

Wednesday, February 13, 2019 READ MORE

In the Center-sponsored talk, Visiting Professor Shlomo Ben-Ami assessed the resurgence of ethnic nationalism in Israel as well as around the globe as a reaction to the perceived failures of the liberal order.

Wednesday, February 13, 2019 READ MORE

Yemeni Jews in Israel are caught between assimilating into Israeli society and preserving their culture, said Ari Ariel at the Center for Near Eastern Studies event, “Yearning for Yemen: Migration and Memory.”

Friday, February 1, 2019 READ MORE

Professor Uri Dorchin's article in UCLA's Jewish newsmagazine "Ha'am" examines the seeming indifference to political conditions among Israeli musicians.

Monday, January 28, 2019 READ MORE

The "Daily Bruin" covered the recent Center-sponsored talk with UCLA's Amir Naiberg, who compared the journey campus-driven innovations take to the market in both the US and Israel and the entrepreneurial networks supporting innovation on campuses in both countries.

Friday, January 25, 2019 READ MORE

Since 2017, a massive re-education campaign in China's Xinjiang province has imprisoned close to one million Muslim Uighurs and other minorities in “vocational training camps” and prisons, said Georgetown's James Millward at a recent lecture.

Tuesday, January 22, 2019 READ MORE

In his contribution to UCLA's Jewish newsmagazine, "Ha'am," Professor Daniel Stein Kokin examines two understandings of Zionism and explores whether the intepretation that supports the nationalization and territorialization of Judaism is consonant with or at odds with traditional Judaism.

Monday, January 21, 2019 READ MORE

Anthropologist-historian Andrew Apter, interim director of the African Studies Center, hopes to oversee a period of much greater undergraduate student involvement in its activities.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 READ MORE

UCLA hosted the 2018 Los Angeles Indonesian Film Festival with a screening of the new film "Sultan Agung" by the prominent Indonesian director, Hanung Bramantyo.

Friday, January 11, 2019 READ MORE

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