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They come from different places and are headed down different paths, but share a love for Southeast Asia.
After Geoff Garrett's departure, maintaining existing programs and strengthening new ones are the top priorities for the new Vice Provost and Dean
Executive summary from research project led by Professor Loukaitou-Sideris, with collaborators from the Urban Planning faculty at UCLA and the Civil and Environmental Engineering department at UC Berkeley, aims to study terrorist attacks on rail and subway systems around the world with the goal of designing stations that are less vulnerable to bomb or gas attacks.
Themes of loss, yearning, nostalgia predominate
Four years ago, when I began working on a project to catalog Persian manuscripts in the Minasian Collection of Middle Eastern manuscripts, I could not have imagined the journey of discovery upon which I had embarked.
In an excerpt from a longer Chicago Tribute opinion piece, UCLA professor Sanford M. Jacoby argues that Japan's economy is back on track.
Sometimes the best offense is a good defense
Forty-nine students to receive degrees for their work on South Asia, Southeast Asia, and East Asia.
Distinguished film scholar and Brazil expert Randal Johnson has been named director of the Latin American Institute in the UCLA International Institute starting July 1, 2005.
Who is a Nazi victim? Constructing Victimhood through Post-War Reparations in France, Germany and Switzerland
a CEES public lecture by Regula Ludi, a Charles H. Revson Foundation Fellow at the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.
UCLA Hmong Americans search for their place on campus and their place in the history books.
One UCLA Hmong student leader says the recent Hmong American academic conference shows that there is material and demand to introduce Hmong studies into the curriculum.
Dr. Imad Moustapha addresses UCLA undergraduate class on Syria's relations with the United States, Lebanon, and Israel; calls for marginalizing extremists on both sides in the effort to end Middle East conflicts.
300 million people were brought out of poverty in China and India in the last twenty years the trade expert tells UCLA undergraduates.
Gregory Gause, speaking on "Wahhabism, Saudi Arabia and 9/11," says Saudi Arabia maintains a delicate balance.
Three-day meeting at UCLA hears reports on "The Middle East in 2005"
William M. Tsutsui (Univ. of Kansas) explores the role of the Godzilla film series in popular culture
A transcript of the May 18, 2005 discussion by prominent scholars in the field.
Security expert Albert Carnesale looks at U.S. options to head off nuclear spread in North Korea and Iran, and the danger of terrorist groups with atom bombs.
A two-day conference at UCLA explores the way the Hindu right in politics affects the practice of Hinduism in cultures.
For the first time since students began their campaign for divestment from Sudan earlier this year, the UC Board of Regents publicly discussed its investments in the country in a meeting at UCLA on Wednesday. Visit UC Sudan Divestment Taskforce http://www.ucdivestsudan.com
Professor Stergios Babanassis, from the Univesity of Aegean, discusses comparative studies of countries, Europe, Economic integration, International linkages to development, Role of the International organization, long term indicators.
About to take his BA in Poli Sci, Matthew Gottfried looks back on his EAP year abroad in Cairo
Over sixty-five students have completed PhDs in Middle East studies in the past four years, in a wide range of departments spanning the humanities, social sciences, and professional schools.
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