Reader needed for Pol Sci 139 (with fee remission)

Published: September 30, 2016

Professor Eric Bordenkircher is looking for a Reader for the Pol Sci 139 course International Intervention in Ethnic and Civil Conflicts of the Middle East.  The class meets on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6-7:50. The position offers fee remission for Fall. If you are interested please contact Prof. Bordenkircher at eborden@ucla.edu

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Opportunities for Graduate Students | Center for 17th- & 18th-Century Studies

Published: September 29, 2016

Attached please find an updated list of opportunities that the UCLA Center for 17th– & 18th-Century Studies and the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library offer to graduate students. In addition to the many academic conferences, lectures, and cultural events offered on campus and at the Clark Library, other opportunities for graduate students include the Graduate…

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Seminar Syllabus – Italian 298

Published: September 26, 2016

ITAL 298, Fall 2016 “Rome and the Jews” Prof. Daniel Stein Kokin dsk@humnet.ucla.edu   The historical relationship between the city of Rome and the Jewish people is fraught with paradox. As capital of a mighty empire and missionizing church, Rome for Jews has often appeared a source of unyielding oppression and persecution. Yet Jews have…

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Editor in Residence – Call for individual meetings, fall 2016

Published: September 26, 2016

A REMINDER, due this Thursday, Sept 29th. To Humanities Graduate Students (ATC), Recent Alumni, and Eligible Faculty: I am writing to remind you about the invitation to apply for the UCLA Humanities Editor in Residence Series. To apply for this Fall 2016 individual meetings with Stanford University Press editor, Emily-Jane Cohen, please complete and submit an application by Thursday, September 29th, 2016….

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UCLA Program on Central Asia Fall 2016 Events and Announcements

Published: September 23, 2016

Welcome to the 2016–2017 academic year! The UCLA Program on Central Asia is pleased to announce a new lecture series, “Central Asia in Transition: Literature, Religion, and Society from the 11th to the 21st Century.” We will continue to offer programs on Afghan studies and on climate change in Central Asia, along with book talks and…

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