3rd Annual Research Conference Free and Open to the Public Advance Registration Required Appeals to "heritage" have become increasingly common and visible in recent decades. Whether within the realms of the promotion and re-creation of history, claims to sovereignty, protection of landscapes and climate, or economic development, connection to the past is often utilized as […]
The Latin American & Latino Studies Distinguished Speaker Series is proud to present Arlene Davila to begin the 2014-15 year. Davila uses ethnographic and transnational perspectives to theorize the intersections of culture and neoliberalism across the Americas. More information on the speaker and the rest of the LALS Distinguished Speaker Series will be available […]
UC Santa Cruz will present a lecture by UC Hastings College of the Law Professor Morris Ratner titled "A Monument Man in the Courtroom: Litigating the Holocaust," on Monday, April 7, at 7 p.m., at UCSC’s University Center. Professor Morris Ratner successfully prosecuted Holocaust-era private law claims against Swiss, German, Austrian, and French entities that […]
Join us on Friday, May 11th for the 8th Annual Graduate Research Symposium. This event offers students an opportunity to share their research with faculty, staff, friends, colleagues and the local community in the form of poster, oral, live or multimedia presentations. This year's event featurs 20 oral and live presentations, 100 poster presentations and […]
The Office of Research is sponsoring a series of Research Ethics Fora for faculty, postdocs and graduate students. The first forum in the Series "Are You My Data?" is on Tuesday May 8th in the Alumni Room of the University Center and is hosted by Prof. Jennifer Reardon of the Science & Justice Working Group. […]
This conference brings theories of economic value and regulation into conversation with the study of culture, institutions, ethics, history, geography and theology. Its aim is to consider in what ways capitalism is producing a future that is unlike its past.