Research & Awards

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The International Institute and its affiliated centers and programs promote multidisciplinary research and provide platforms, such as conferences and publications, for the dissemination of research findings.

  • Historian Sanjay Subrahmanyan elected to British Academy

    The founding director of the UCLA Center for India and South Asia, Subrahmanyam was one of 66 academics newly elected at the Academy's annual meeting on July 14, 2016.

  • Charlene Villaseñor Black wins top faculty prize

    The UCLA Gold Shield Alumnae have awarded Villaseñor Black, associate director of the Chicano Studies Research Center, the 2016 Gold Shield Faculty Prize for outstanding teaching, research and service.

  • Book by Hernández-León wins recognition of his peers

    “Skills of the ‘Unskilled’: Work and Mobility among Mexican Migrants” is the co-winner of the 2016 book award of the Inequality, Poverty, and Mobility Section of the American Sociological Association.

  • Sondra Hale awarded honorary doctorate

    Sondra Hale, UCLA professor emerita of anthropology and gender studies, received an honorary doctorate of the arts from Ahfad University for Women in Omdurman, Sudan.

  • Nile Green publishes latest in a torrent of works on Central Asia and global Islam

    The founding director of the UCLA Program on Central Asia reflects on his newest book and the strength of Central Asian and Afghan Studies at UCLA.

  • Crisis in Brazil

    UCLA's Perry Anderson writes in the London Review of Books, “Half-hidden, the roots of this debacle lay in the soil of the PT’s model of growth itself. From the outset, its success relied on two kinds of nutrient: a super-cycle of commodity prices, and a domestic consumption boom.”