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155 Graduates Receive Degrees in First International Institute Interdepartmental Degree Program Commencement

 24241

2.

About the International & Area Studies IDP

 20096

3.

UCLA law students locate compound of Congolese militia leader wanted by the ICC

 14068

4.

Finland knights Anderson prof for his role in helping tech firms

 13415

5.

Grad shares insight into how Olympic Games changed a nation

 13030

6.

Terasaki Center rings in the New Year with "New Visions of Japan"

 13023

7.

Huffington Post Op-Ed by Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala: In the Land of Blood and Honey: Bosnia, 20 Years Later

 12971

8.

2013-2014 Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship

 12454

9.

South African education advocate visits UCLA to share experiences, explore partnerships

 12221

10.

Conference broadens understanding, study of migration, ethnicity and urban inequality

 12116

11.

President Obama presents UCLA professor with prestigious National Humanities Medal

 12089

12.

Korean Studies e-school offers learning opportunities for students in Latin America

 12071

13.

For this acclaimed writer, Southern California is the perfect hideaway

 12050

14.

Student documentary filmmaker receives fellowship to produce film in South Africa

 11820

15.

Leading Chinese captain of industry to speak at Korn Convocation Hall

 11758

16.

University of California

 11622

17.

Archaeologist investigates legend of mythical ruler of ancient Peru

 11561

18.

Salvadoran leaders join UCLA faculty and guests to recognize 20 years of peace

 11485

19.

Q&A with Professor Veronica Cortinez: The legacy of Chilean filmmaker Raúl Ruiz

 11323

20.

Foreign Policy Op-Ed by Burkle Center Visiting Fellow Dalia Dassa Kaye: Do Israelis Really Want to Bomb Iran?

 11178

21.

Celebration of Indonesian Studies at Dinner for Robert Lemelson

 11018

22.

Poets, writers mark anniversary of bombing of Baghdad's cultural center

 11016

23.

UCLA recognized as a leader in US-China relations

 10870

24.

Conservation consternation: Prof studies Amazon's forest people

 10824

25.

French scholar awarded 2012 Guggenheim Fellowship

 10597

26.

Terasaki Center set to debut Japanese film series

 10588

27.

Head of Homeland Security Set to Speak at UCLA

 10578

28.

LA Times Op-Ed by Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala: Another Guantanamo taint

 10547

29.

"Danny Pearl was everything we wanted to be," David Remnick tells UCLA audience

 10390

30.

Former supermodel screens debut documentary at UCLA

 10312

31.

Homeland Security chief speaks about challenges facing U.S., global cooperation

 10297

32.

Visiting Fellow Dalia Dassa Kaye: Israel and Iran: A Dangerous Rivalry

 10210

33.

2012 Charles E. Young Humanitarian Awards go to three outstanding UCLA students

 10204

34.

Vietnamese priest’s story will one day be told, thanks to UCLA professor

 10195

35.

Fazilat-e bakhshesh dar zendegi-ye fardi va siyasi (The Virtue of Forgiveness in Personal and Political Life)

 10159

36.

When women’s situations improve, so do the situations of their countries, says advocate

 10156

37.

UCLA conference explores impact of Nixon's 1972 visit with China's Chairman Mao

 10104

38.

Symposium brings together experts to discuss human rights

 9876

39.

NY Times Op-Ed by Burkle Center Sr. Fellow Gen. Wesley Clark: Bosnia Still Needs Fixing

 9826

40.

Osama bin Laden Was Not Caught Because of Torture but in Spite of It: Daily Beast Op-Ed by Burkle Center Fellow Matthew Alexander

 9771

41.

Miyagi Earthquake Recovery and Tourism Seminar

 9650

42.

Why U.S. shouldn't rush to war in Syria: CNN Op-Ed by Burkle Center Sr. Fellow Gen. Wesley Clark

 9349

43.

Nixon's China trip 'transformed history': China Daily article

 9340

44.

Experts reflect on Nixon's 1972 visit to China and U.S.-China relations

 9258

45.

Survivor of Cultural Revolution chronicles immigrants' lives

 9148

46.

'Moving Forward: Life After the Great East Japan Earthquake' opens March 4 at Fowler

 9140

47.

Honoring Iranian films on the big screen

 9123

48.

'Contested Visions' unveils contrasting histories of colonial Latin America

 9089

49.

RSVP for "Moving Forward: Life After the Great East Japan Earthquake" Exhibition

 9060

50.

UCLA community unites to remember those lost from the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan a year ago

 9015

51.

Modern Cambodia’s Emergence from the Killing Fields: What Happened in the Critical Years?

 8993

52.

Four Ugandan basketball coaches visit UCLA

 8982

53.

The Generation gives students a voice

 8940

54.

Pray for Japan Charity Screenings - today!

 8894

55.

Janet Napolitano, US Secretary of Homeland Security

 8804

56.

Historian's hard work translates into gold

 8780

57.

About Us

 8766

58.

Visiting Fellow Dalia Dassa Kaye: Containing Iran - What Does it Mean?

 8764

59.

Thai Smakom to host 14th annual culture night event

 8751

60.

UCLA historian's book looks at Arab uprisings, their common origins and different paths

 8736

61.

Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship Program

 8734

62.

Former supermodel screens debut documentary at UCLA

 8676

63.

New Yorker editor to deliver memorial lecture at UCLA for journalist Daniel Pearl

 8631

64.

American Avatar: The United States in the Global Imagination

 8490

65.

Nixon in China Conference Opening Remarks and Keynote Address

 8478

66.

Resentment of the Iranian Intelligentsia (in Persian)

 8472

67.

Learning to resolve conflict is important in all facets of life

 8399

68.

New interim vice provost for international studies named

 8385

69.

Israel and Iran - A Dangerous Rivalry: RadioWest Interview with Visiting Fellow Dalia Dassa Kaye

 8195

70.

Nixon in China Conference Panel I

 8176

71.

Calling all future diplomats!

 8133

72.

Cultural diversity, education and civic participation focus of talk

 8054

73.

Nixon in China Conference Panel II

 8026

74.

Israel's risky option on Iran: Los Angeles Times Op-Ed by Visiting Fellow Dalia Dassa Kaye

 8002

75.

2012 Daniel Pearl Memorial Lecture

 7640

76.

Al-Mutanabbi Street: Poetry and Art from Tragedy - Beau Beausoleil

 7629

77.

Egypt: Whither the Revolution?

 7568

78.

Samahang Pilipino to celebrate Filipino heritage with 35th annual cultural night

 7490

79.

Nixon in China Conference Keynote

 7487

80.

Summer Advanced Indonesian Abroad Program 2014

 7477

81.

The Al Qaeda Factor: Plots Against the West

 7432

82.

Egypt: Whither the Revolution?

 7426

83.

Around the world in 80 (or so) days

 7404

84.

Nixon in China Conference Panel 1

 7340

85.

"When Iran and Israel were friendly": Visiting Fellow Dalia Dassa Kaye quoted in Salon article

 7333

86.

Visiting Fellow Dalia Dassa Kaye lends expertise to The Atlantic's "Iran War Dial" project

 7220

87.

IGCC Public Policy and Nuclear Threats Training Program now accepting applications

 7146

88.

IGCC Funding Opportunities for 2012-2013!

 7136

89.

Al-Mutanabbi Street: Poetry and Art from Tragedy - Tania Baban and Jen Hofer

 7113

90.

The False Paradigm of Parity and Partition: Revisiting 1967

 7104

91.

The Immortal Song of Freedom (lecture in Persian)

 7064

92.

Coming to the “cave of the tiger” leads man to the home of the Bruins

 7049

93.

Al-Mutanabbi Street: Poetry and Art from Tragedy - Aram Saroyan

 7042

94.

Al-Mutanabbi Street: Poetry and Art from Tragedy - Jim Natal

 7008

95.

Cuéntame un Cuento: Latin American Folk Tales and Short Stories

 7006

96.

A Poetry Reading by Granaz Mousavi (in Persian)

 6970

97.

Political scientist explores downside of oil wealth

 6924

98.

Complex Compatriots: Jews in Post-Vichy Algeria

 6830

99.

Revolution, Reform and Repression: Challenges to Women’s Inclusion and Equality in the Middle East and North Africa

 6827

100.

Abd al-Hamid al-Katib on the Identity of the Bureaucracy

 6760

101.

Rebellion and Repression on the Arabian Peninsula

 6723

102.

Senator George Mitchell in Conversation with NPR's Renee Montagne

 6643

103.

Rebellion and Repression on the Arabian Peninsula

 6630

104.

Cancelled - Rwandan President Paul Kagame to speak at UCLA

 6618

105.

African Women in War Zones: A Feminist Perspective

 6593

106.

Three-time UCLA grad returns to address class of 2012

 6590

107.

The Euro and the Future of Europe

 6587

108.

New Thai ambassador visits UCLA

 6564

109.

The Modern Recovery of the Ismaili Legacy and Its Importance for the Study of the Fatimids

 6521

110.

Secular State as the Alternative to the Present State in Iran (in Persian)

 6482

111.

Revolution, Reform, and Repression: Challenges to Women's Inclusion and Equality in the Middle East

 6459

112.

Manthia Diawara will provide an analysis of the films of Abderrhamane Sissako and Haroun Mahat Saleh

 6410

113.

Senator George Mitchell delivers the 2012 Bernard Brodie Distinguished Lecture

 6406

114.

Woman's body, a symbol of Political Changes in Contemporary Iran (in Persian)

 6405

115.

The Great Recession and Its Aftermath: A Global Overview - a talk by Jeffry Frieden, Harvard University

 6358

116.

UCLA grad returns to share experience on the ground in Afghanistan

 6357

117.

A Beautiful Mind

 6347

118.

Burkle Center Senior Fellow Gen. Wesley Clark advises Angelina Jolie

 6338

119.

Al-Mutanabbi Street: Poetry and Art from Tragedy - Afaf Nash and Susan Slyomovics

 6327

120.

2011-2012 FLAS Recipients

 6311

121.

UCLA participates in international American literature conference in China

 6292

122.

Janet Napolitano, US Secretary of Homeland Security

 6276

123.

Azmari in Hollywood

 6276

124.

White House and private H.R. Haldemann film footage of the 1972 China Summit

 6268

125.

React and Respond: The Phenomenon of Kony 2012

 6256

126.

No conflict is beyond resolution, Sen. George Mitchell tells packed house at UCLA

 6162

127.

Living History with Professor James L. Gelvin

 6123

128.

The New People in the People’s Republic: Protesters in Housing Disputes in Urban China, 1980-2010

 6069

129.

A Night with Abbas Maroufi (in Persian)

 6011

130.

2012 Spring International Career Panel

 5959

131.

Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala discusses Julian Assange's asylum with The New Republic

 5886

132.

Language skills, political awareness bolstered during student’s summer in Thailand

 5855

133.

"No Woman, No Cry" panel discussion

 5773

134.

ASC director releases two new books, raises profile of life and literature in Mauritius

 5771

135.

Text in Context: A Teach-in on President Yudof's Letter

 5738

136.

'In Extremis: Death and Life in 21st-Century Haitian Art' opens at Fowler Museum Sept. 16

 5715

137.

Multitasking in the Middle East: Obama and the Challenges of Israel, Iran, and the Arab Awakening - a talk by Jeremy Ben-Ami, President of J-Street

 5706

138.

RSVP for New Visions of Japan Annual Forum

 5673

139.

Expanding Horizons: Pumzi, Science Fiction and African Cinema

 5672

140.

Nobel Laureate Michael Spence: The Next Convergence: Developing Country Growth and the Transformation of the Global Economy

 5656

141.

K-12 Workshop: Cities in World History

 5618

142.

Scholarship promotes international education, global leadership

 5595

143.

How to Turn Philosophical Ideas into Diagrams: Chinese Approaches and Insights

 5589

144.

International Online Piracy Panel

 5571

145.

Mamadou Diouf delivers the James S. Coleman Memorial Lecture: Islam and the Making of the Public Space

 5566

146.

2012 Levi Della Vida Conference:"Structures of Personalized Power in the Modern Middle East: Presidents, Prime Ministers and Party Bosses" Keynote Address

 5549

147.

How to tackle Iran: CNN Op-Ed by Burkle Center 2011-12 Visiting Fellow Dalia Dassa Kaye

 5546

148.

Al-Mutanabbi Street: Poetry and Art from Tragedy - Elline Lipkin

 5499

149.

UCLA scholars bring Korean Buddhist works to English-speaking world

 5462

150.

New book Sources of Vietnamese Tradition is co-edited by George Dutton

 5446

151.

Asia in LA 2011: Classical Conversations: Crossing Boundaries in Composition and Performance

 5422

152.

Hispanic American Periodicals Index - Online

 5420

153.

Asia in LA 2011: Crossovers and Hybrids: Asia, LA and Music Today (Pt 1)

 5368

154.

Al-Mutanabbi Street: Poetry and Art from Tragedy - Sholeh Wolpé

 5323

155.

Culture and mental health in Indonesia are featured in documentary film series

 5251

156.

Media Hope and African Capacity

 5218

157.

How much Arabic is in my poems: A Poetry reading interspersed by an essay on poetics and politics

 5160

158.

Civility and Sectarianism in Syria: What Now?

 5135

159.

“The Right Way to Help Syria's Rebels”: Los Angeles Times op-ed co-authored by 2011-12 Visiting Fellow Dalia Dassa Kaye

 5109

160.

Marine biology researchers adapt Billy Joel hit to explain their work

 5107

161.

Why Russia protects Syria's Assad

 5098

162.

The Other Shift: Settler Colonial Studies and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

 5060

163.

Congratulations to the 2011-12 Alice Belkin Memorial Scholarship Recipients

 5021

164.

"The Generation: A Global Student Forum" launches new website

 4999

165.

Terasaki Center lands $450,000 in funding from Japan Foundation

 4917

166.

Between Minorities and the Masses: The Paradoxes of Kamal Junblat (1917-1977)

 4901

167.

Study Abroad Opportunities for International Institute Students

 4894

168.

Urban Renewal and its Discontents: IBA 1984/87

 4886

169.

Al-Mutanabbi Street: Poetry and Art from Tragedy - Janet Sternburg

 4878

170.

Locking Hoes and Horns: Ethnic Contestation in Ankole

 4765

171.

UCLA alumnus, philanthropist, visionary honored

 4745

172.

The Struggle for Egypt: From Nasser to Tahrir Square, a talk by Steven Cook, Council on Foreign Relations

 4709

173.

New club aims to connect UCLA students and Fulbright scholars

 4695

174.

Beautiful Resistance: Defying the Occupation Through the Theater and the Arts

 4690

175.

Curbing tobacco use by growing less

 4679

176.

Jordan’s King Abdullah and the “Tribal” Problem: The Challenges of Patronage, Protests, and Reform

 4677

177.

Historical and contemporary patterns of regime change in Arab republics: revolutions, coups, transitions, interventions, dynastic succession - and back?

 4675

178.

Greece: Eurocrisis and Popular Resistance

 4662

179.

Graduate Fellowships of the Center for Chinese Studies

 4606

180.

Inside the Radical Right: The Development of Anti-Immigrant Parties in Western Europe

 4514

181.

The BDK TV Series "The Buddhist Way of Life"

 4508

182.

The Baltic States 20 Years After Independence: Achievements and Disappointments

 4488

183.

Visiting Fellow Dalia Dassa Kaye comments on Obama's meeting with Netanyahu in Voice of America

 4484

184.

Thai Ambassador Chaiyong Satjipanon visits UCLA

 4459

185.

On Democracy in Russia - and Elsewhere

 4450

186.

The Taste of Ashes: Hauntedness after Communism in Eastern Europe

 4422

187.

A lecture and book signing with Isaiah Washington

 4407

188.

All the Missing Souls: A Personal History of the War Crimes Tribunals

 4393

189.

Jewish Culture without Jews? Public Memory and 'Diaspora Disneys' in East-Central Europe, Eurasia, and Spain

 4336

190.

How to arrest Julian Assange without violating international law: op-ed by Senior Fellow Kantathi Suphamongkhon

 4312

191.

Rethinking Ritual: A Project of the Asia in the Humanities Initiative

 4284

192.

Asia in LA 2011: Crossovers and Hybrids: Asia, LA and Music Today (Pt 2)

 4259

193.

In Search of Lost Meaning: The New Eastern Europe

 4251

194.

Experts reflect on Nixon's 1972 visit to China and U.S.-China relations

 4251

195.

Spring 2012 Course List

 4239

196.

New Visions of Japan Annual Forum Summary

 4214

197.

German-born Professor Pioneers Korean Art Teaching in the U.S.

 4170

198.

In Memoriam: Michael Henry Heim (1943 - 2012)

 4161

199.

Migration, Ethnicity and Urban Inequality: Debates and Research Challenges

 4139

200.

International Conference: Assessing the Collapse of the Soviet Union Twenty Years Later (Panel 5)

 4136

201.

Electoral Systems and the Balance of Consumer-Producer Power

 4126

202.

James Gelvin to Participate in Istanbul World Forum

 4121

203.

International Conference: Assessing the Collapse of the Soviet Union Twenty Years Later (Panel 3)

 4108

204.

International Conference: Assessing the Collapse of the Soviet Union Twenty Years Later (Panel 4)

 4100

205.

Helping Haitians tell their own stories of survival

 4081

206.

Call for 2012-13 INTERN EDITORS for "The Generation"

 4042

207.

International Conference: Assessing the Collapse of the Soviet Union Twenty Years Later (Panel 2)

 4039

208.

Making Sense of It All: Understandings of War in Japanese Film, 1945-1974

 3990

209.

Dr. Paul Terasaki awarded UCLA Medal at Commencement

 3979

210.

The Collected Works of Korean Buddhism

 3969

211.

International Conference: Assessing the Collapse of the Soviet Union Twenty Years Later (Keynote)

 3958

212.

Joseph Kony and Lord's Resistance Army

 3935

213.

Scholar-Teacher World History Series

 3926

214.

International Conference: Assessing the Collapse of the Soviet Union Twenty Years Later (Panel 1)

 3926

215.

Framing Biopolitics: Jo Ramaka's Cinema of Power

 3901

216.

Quarterly Courselist

 3876

217.

2012 Model United Nations Summer Institute

 3867

218.

Assignment: China - "The Week That Changed The World"

 3851

219.

The Cult of Personality in the Arab World

 3830

220.

New Course for Spring: The Soviet Southland: Empire and Nation-Building in the South Caucasus and Central Asia

 3829

221.

The Justice Cascade: How Human Rights Prosecutions Are Changing World Politics

 3825

222.

2012 UCLA International Institute Commencement Address

 3798

223.

Women, Democracy and Dictatorship

 3788

224.

UCLA to bestow its highest honor on Paul I. Terasaki, medical pioneer and philanthropist

 3782

225.

Putin's Russia : What is in the Cards?

 3685

226.

Reformer to Tyrant: The Corruption of Bashar al-Asad and the Syrian System

 3683

227.

In Memoriam: Eric Hobsbawm (1917-2012)

 3640

228.

The Arab Dark Age, 1974-2011: Sociological Features of the Road to Revolution

 3624

229.

Other Africa Units

 3618

230.

Asia in the Humanities/Humanities in Asia

 3614

231.

Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad: Morocco Curriculum Units

 3589

232.

Marcado por la economía

 3546

233.

Chancellor Gene Block: A promising year ahead of us

 3545

234.

Latin American art springs forth in California museums

 3528

235.

International Conference on Afghanistan Aims to Develop Central Asian Studies at UCLA

 3513

236.

The Revolutionary Process in Egypt: a horizontalist challenge to personalized power?

 3484

237.

Pump politics: Is oil wealth a curse? Perhaps so, but those who run out will not feel blessed

 3480

238.

Romani Routes: Cultural Politics and Balkan Music in Diaspora

 3474

239.

Where Slaves Ruled

 3467

240.

UCLA professor translated volumes of Korean Buddhist text, inspired by past as a monk

 3458

241.

Of Mimicry and Woman: Secularism, Republicanism, Universalism

 3440

242.

French Prof's Fiction Hits the U.S.

 3405

243.

'Battle,' 'Games': Cold Brutality A Common Theme

 3401

244.

Personalism in Decline? Collective Rule and the Prospects for Military Abdication in Egypt

 3376

245.

Migration and Urbanization Patterns in Latin America

 3335

246.

UCLA-Fudan Workshop in Scholarly Translation

 3321

247.

Forging Latino Theater in L.A.

 3320

248.

CEES congratulates Professor Gail Kligman on receiving multiple book awards

 3304

249.

Migrant Workers in the Middle East: Calling Awareness to Legalized Abuses of Human Rights

 3219

250.

GlobaLink-Africa

 3175

251.

UCLA receives Mellon Foundation grant to support area studies, language classes

 3155

252.

Obama’s second term may mean stronger hand in foreign policy: Daily Bruin Op-Ed by Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala

 3129

253.

Understanding the "Arab Spring"

 3129

254.

10 Questions: Michael Ross on the curse of being oil-rich

 3114

255.

Call for 2012-13 BURKLE CENTER INTERNS

 3054

256.

Seoul Philharmonic extends a hand

 3052

257.

New Course for Summer: Russian Literature and Empire

 3038

258.

Fall 2012 Course List

 3036

259.

"A Raft of Asian Issues" op-ed by Senior Fellow Kantathi Suphamongkhon

 3031

260.

Fish out of water: An evening with writer Sayed Kashua

 3012

261.

Africa Country Profiles

 2994

262.

Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala discusses a recent border patrol shooting at the Mexican border

 2963

263.

Librarian makes UCLA a go-to spot for study of Middle East

 2943

264.

Language and Culture of Ikema from Miyako Island of Okinawa

 2930

265.

AFI Fest 2012 Presented by Audi

 2915

266.

A Giant Among Giants

 2910

267.

Call for Papers: Fifth Annual UCLA Graduate Student Conference on Chinese Studies

 2861

268.

Chancellor Block: Developing a Global Outlook

 2846

269.

Call for Papers: 2012-13 Japan Studies Graduate Conference@UCLA

 2828

270.

Applying to an International & Area Studies major

 2799

271.

Meet 2012 Lemelson Fellowship Recipients

 2750

272.

Rebirth: Recent Work by Mariko Mori

 2737

273.

Fall Quarter 2012

 2683

274.

Myths in Bahram Beyzaie's Works

 2672

275.

Tokyo's Mad Men: New UCLA book explores antics of Japanese avant-garde in 1960s

 2669

276.

African Folktales: From Oral Tradition to Written Transcripts

 2652

277.

In The Name of Iran (in Persian)

 2649

278.

The Marcus Garvey Papers Project

 2632

279.

Critical Frameworks of Transmission

 2620

280.

Summer 2012 Course List

 2585

281.

Professor Michael Heim Receives AATSEEL Award

 2584

282.

Afghan Studies at UCLA

 2580

283.

International Institute Faculty Advisory Committee

 2550

284.

UCLA's popularity continues to grow among international students

 2550

285.

Conference Logistics

 2529

286.

Researcher explores Bosnia's postwar reality

 2518

287.

Persia beyond the Oxus Conference Volume Published

 2505

288.

Conference Schedule

 2456

289.

VOLUME 9: 詩選集 SEON POEMS: SELECTED WORKS

 2438

290.

Cambodia-Thailand Relations: The Questions of the Preah Vihear Temple and a Clash of Two Nationalisms

 2436

291.

Korean Version of Collected Works

 2414

292.

Pioneer in HIV/AIDS research works on a global scale

 2413

293.

African American Culture and History

 2413

294.

Concertos from Mexico

 2389

295.

Bringing Myths To Life

 2385

296.

Publication: Afghanistan in Ink: Literature between Diaspora and Nation

 2381

297.

The Obamians - a conversation with best-selling author James Mann about his new book

 2334

298.

Pre-12F Requirements

 2302

299.

Tibetan Buddhism beyond Tibet

 2277

300.

2012-13 Pacific Rim Research Fellowships Awarded

 2239

301.

Preface to the English Edition of The Collected Works of Korean Buddhism

 2230

302.

A Night of Poetry with Renowned Iranian Poet: Houshang Ebtehaj (Sayeh)

 2229

303.

Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad

 2221

304.

An Introduction to Islam

 2201

305.

The Yobe Languages Research Project

 2201

306.

Faculty

 2187

307.

PURO ARTE: Filipinos on the Stages of Empire

 2155

308.

Summer Quarter 2012

 2138

309.

Spring Quarter 2012

 2129

310.

Obituary: Michael Heim, 69, professor and award-winning translator of Kundera, Grass

 2126

311.

Visiting Scholars and Associates, 2012-2013

 2124

312.

Nowhere to Turn: Abuse and Exploitation of Migrant Workers in the Arab World

 2073

313.

Spring Quarter 2008

 2068

314.

Summer Quarter 2008

 2067

315.

Summer Quarter 2004

 2054

316.

Spring Quarter 2004

 2053

317.

Fall Quarter 2004

 2049

318.

Summer Quarter 2006

 2046

319.

Spring Quarter 2006

 2045

320.

Summer Quarter 2005

 2045

321.

Summer Quarter 2003

 2044

322.

Summer Quarter 2007

 2029

323.

Study Abroad Information

 2028

324.

What Happens After Zionism

 2018

325.

Publication Information

 2006

326.

2011-12 CEES Graduate Student Funding Award Recipients

 2006

327.

Global Studies Summer Travel Study

 1990

328.

VOLUME 1 : 元曉 WONHYO: SELECTED WORKS

 1973

329.

UCLA Spanish Film Festival 2012

 1969

330.

Fulbright Program at UCLA provides exchange opportunities for visiting scholars

 1947

331.

Winter Quarter 2012

 1934

332.

Alice Belkin Memorial Scholarship Recipients

 1931

333.

Veil of Silence Lifted in Indonesia

 1930

334.

Bilingual Lecture Series Survey

 1925

335.

The Crisis in Syria

 1923

336.

Course Timeline & Sequencing For Global Studies

 1893

337.

Public Support for Global Climate Cooperation

 1878

338.

Reassessing the Recent History of Political Islam in Light of the Arab Uprising

 1825

339.

Some Inland immigrants suspicious of PRI

 1824

340.

Study Abroad Journey Leads to White House

 1801

341.

PODCAST- Reading and Q&A with Granta’s best young Brazilian novelists

 1776

342.

Winter 2013

 1720

343.

Fall Quarter 2011

 1712

344.

Spring 2013

 1696

345.

UCLA Library Research Resources

 1686

346.

War Crimes and Psychological Trauma: Afghan Diasporic Fiction on Afghanistan

 1686

347.

Will New President Reduce Violence in Mexico?

 1684

348.

The Particularities of Our Culture [Ekhtesasat-e Farhangie ma]

 1670

349.

Spring Quarter 2011

 1669

350.

Fall Quarter 2006

 1665

351.

Summer Quarter 2011

 1660

352.

Winter Quarter 2009

 1652

353.

Spring Quarter 2010

 1647

354.

tets

 1647

355.

Summer Quarter 2010

 1642

356.

Petition for Chair Review

 1634

357.

Fall Quarter 2010

 1629

358.

Winter Quarter 2010

 1623

359.

Fall Quarter 2005

 1622

360.

Kal Raustiala: Don't knock knockoffs

 1618

361.

Fall Quarter 2009

 1616

362.

Winter Quarter 2011

 1615

363.

Spring Quarter 2007

 1614

364.

Winter Quarter 2007

 1607

365.

Winter Quarter 2005

 1607

366.

Spring Quarter 2005

 1607

367.

The Collected Works of Korean Buddhism Index

 1607

368.

FAQs

 1605

369.

Summer Quarter 2009

 1605

370.

Fall Quarter 2007

 1601

371.

Fall Quarter 2008

 1601

372.

VOLUME 11: 梵網經古迹記 EXPOSITION OF THE SUTRA OF BRAHMĀ’S NET

 1601

373.

Winter Quarter 2008

 1599

374.

UCLA's Mabanckou and African literature

 1596

375.

African & Middle Eastern Studies Minor

 1594

376.

Fall Quarter 2003

 1594

377.

Spring Quarter 2009

 1593

378.

Winter Quarter 2006

 1591

379.

Winter Quarter 2004

 1579

380.

VOLUME 7-1: 公案集 GONGAN COLLECTIONS I

 1571

381.

Perish the Thought: Israel and the Search for Peace in the Aftermath of the June 1967 War

 1567

382.

VOLUME 10: 文化 KOREAN BUDDHIST CULTURE: ACCOUNTS OF A PILGRIMAGE, MONUMENTS, AND EMINENT MONKS

 1539

383.

Burkle Center Fellow Tony Camerino lends expertise to NPR's Article "Report On CIA Interrogation Tactics Revives Torture Debate"

 1534

384.

The Impact of the I Ching on Merce Cunningham and Deborah Hay

 1531

385.

Afghanistan’s Palimpsest Landscape: Buddhism and Islam in Material Culture

 1524

386.

Obituary: Richard Baum, 72, prominent China scholar and UCLA professor

 1518

387.

VOLUME 12: 韓國高僧碑文 ANTHOLOGY OF STELE INSCRIPTIONS OF EMINENT KOREAN BUDDHIST MONKS

 1503

388.

VOLUME 7-2: 公案集 GONGAN COLLECTIONS II

 1498

389.

VOLUME 8: 禪語錄 SEON DIALOGUES

 1498

390.

Spring 2014: Approved Variable Topic Courses

 1497

391.

Teachers' Workshop

 1495

392.

Africa in the Classroom

 1470

393.

Like a Straw Bird It Follows Me: Poetry by Palestinian Poet Ghassan Zaqtan

 1458

394.

Working Groups

 1456

395.

Low Carbon Development in China: Fitting Global Climate Norms to National Policymaking Institutions

 1449

396.

2014-2015 Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship (FLAS) - Frequently Asked Questions

 1442

397.

Call for Participants: UCLA-USC Asia and the Global South Workshop

 1441

398.

African & Middle Eastern Studies

 1424

399.

In Perspective: Obama's Historic Trip to Myanmar Raises Questions about Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy

 1418

400.

African & Middle Eastern Studies

 1399

401.

VOLUME 4: 華嚴 HWAŎM I: THE MAINSTREAM TRADITION

 1387

402.

African Studies

 1381

403.

VOLUME 6: 諸敎學 DOCTRINAL TREATISES: SELECTED WORKS

 1367

404.

New blockbusters and rare classics show in Chinese film festival

 1367

405.

VOLUME 5: 華嚴 HWAŎM II: SELECTED WORKS

 1360

406.

CIBER

 1294

407.

Archaeology and political rivalries 1920-1940: From Afghanistan to Iran

 1293

408.

Alphabet Tutorials

 1290

409.

Center for Global Management

 1277

410.

Is It Theft or Innovation?

 1260

411.

Kasih Co-op sells Indonesian jewelry while raising money for elementary schools

 1251

412.

Conservation consternation: Prof studies Amazon's forest people

 1248

413.

Language Instruction

 1214

414.

VOLUME 2: 知訥 CHINUL SELECTED WORKS

 1211

415.

Thai

 1208

416.

Filipino

 1201

417.

UCLA Language Materials Project

 1185

418.

University of California African Languages Directory

 1172

419.

Michael Heim Memorial Celebration

 1172

420.

For Korean American pastor, being open-minded builds relationships

 1169

421.

Indonesian

 1166

422.

Kal Raustiala: Don't knock knockoffs

 1162

423.

History

 1158

424.

James Smoot Coleman

 1142

425.

Archaeology in Danger: How to Deal with Archaeology in the Post-Conflict Context of Today's Afghanistan?

 1129

426.

Obituary: Richard Baum, 72, prominent China scholar and UCLA professor

 1129

427.

Captive Consumers? Shopping, Urban Space, and the Colonial Politics of Middle East Consumption

 1120

428.

Oxus: Bamiyan, Afghanistan and the World

 1120

429.

Departmental Honors Program

 1116

430.

The Eurozone Crisis and Lessons from Latin America

 1114

431.

Fall 2012 Central Asian Studies Course List

 1105

432.

VOLUME 3: 休靜 HYUJEONG: SELECTED WORKS

 1077

433.

African Studies Minor Worksheet

 1067

434.

Fall 2012 Courselist

 1066

435.

Beyond the Bamiyan Buddhas: Archaeology and History in the Modern and Ancient Persianate World

 1037

436.

Labour Agency in Refashioning the Discourse of Modernity and Social Developments in Iran [Forudastan va Bazkhani-ye Goftman Tajadod dar Iran]

 1034

437.

Africa in the Middle Ages: 500-1500 A.D.

 1024

438.

English Words of Arabic Origin

 1022

439.

Like a Straw Bird It Follows Me: Poetry by Palestinian Poet Ghassan Zaqtan

 1020

440.

K-12 Teacher Training

 1018

441.

Ancient Ghana, Land Of Gold

 1015

442.

Latin American Film and Media Project

 999

443.

Characteristics of a Civilization

 982

444.

Women's Folk Traditions in North African Literature

 970

445.

Memoirs, Historical Literature and Literary Response

 964

446.

Beyond the Bamiyan Buddhas: Archaeology and History in the Modern and Ancient Persianate World

 956

447.

Imperialism

 952

448.

The Role of the Citizen in a Democratic Society

 949

449.

Africa: Semester Project

 939

450.

Unity Examined Through Art: From the Sahara Desert to Islam

 934

451.

Africa: First Grade

 928

452.

Morocco: Its People, Their Country, Their Arts

 927

453.

Michael Heim: An Appreciation

 924

454.

Too Much Too Soon: The Euro and the Future of Europe

 916

455.

Morocco: Its History and Culture

 915

456.

Praise Singing: Honoring Our Ancestors, Heroes and Ourselves

 915

457.

A Study on What Family Means

 911

458.

Wrapped In Pride

 906

459.

Shinkendo: Japanese Swordsmanship Study Group and Sports Club

 899

460.

Africa: Honoring Its Contributions

 897

461.

Black History

 893

462.

Cultures of the Erotic in Spain, 1898-1939

 890

463.

A Taste of Africa

 883

464.

Introduction to Computers

 879

465.

Historic Literature Poject

 879

466.

In Remembrance of Senator Daniel Inouye

 853

467.

South Sudan

 826

468.

Academic Counseling and Contact Information

 801

469.

The Dynamics of Peacebuilding Success and Failure in Bosnia

 791

470.

The Eurozone Crisis

 782

471.

Coming Soon

 768

472.

2012-2013 FLAS Recipients

 684

473.

UCLA - India Executive Committee

 684

474.

UCLA - Brazil Executive Committee

 658

475.

UCLA - Canada Executive Committee

 657

476.

UCLA - China Executive Committee

 651

477.

UCLA - Thailand Executive Committee

 632

478.

Dashew Center

 626

479.

Winter 2013 Central Asian Studies Course List

 617

480.

Winter 2013 Course List

 602

481.

International Institute - Commitees

 589

482.

Like a Straw Bird it Follows Me

 587

483.

Vietnamese

 572

484.

Beyond the Bamiyan Buddhas: Archaeology and History in the Modern and Ancient Persianate World

 564

485.

Urban Renewal and its Discontents: IBA 1984/87

 557

486.

Do Catholics See Things Differently? On Photographs and Museum Objects in Missionary Representations of Africa

 544

487.

Proposal to make changes to International & Area Studies IDP Minors

 530

488.

Newsletter '12-'13

 525

489.

Art & Photo Contest

 523

490.

The Council and the Court: Improving Security Council Support of the International Criminal Court

 505

491.

Don’t Expect Big Changes

 482

492.

European Studies

 470

493.

Latin American Studies

 465

494.

Sammy Yukuan Lee (1902-2011): A Tribute, Part One

 447

495.

Sammy Yukuan Lee (1902-2011): A Tribute, Part Two

 435

496.

Programs for High School Students

 427

497.

Programs designed for learning about specific global regions

 426

498.

Language Tutorials

 413

499.

Programs for the Business Community

 413

500.

UCLA Global Classroom/Social Science Education in Asia Program

 400

501.

Programs for the Business Community

 357

502.

UCLA Human Rights Film Series

 206

503.

Recent books by CEES-affiliated faculty

 181

504.

Countries Covered By CEES

 176

505.

Khayal

 117

506.

Test again for Nov 3 once more

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