The CSU Department of Communication Studies is pleased to announce this year’s Gravlee Lecturer, Dr.
Opening February 8, Casos de Justicia: The Los Angeles Street Vendor Movement explores the activism of black and Latina/o street vendors in Los Angeles. Join us for an introduction t
Oscar López Rivera's commitment to Puerto Rican independence led to him to be the longest held political prisoner in Puerto Rican history, serving 35 years in federal prison for seditious conspiracy.
This speaker series continues with its third session. The following speakers will address the issue of data management as it pertains to digital archiving.
Join us for a special performance by Mayan hip-hop artist Tzutu Bak'tum, who is visiting UCLA as part of his California tour.
David Theo Goldberg, Ph.D., is the director of the University of California Humanities Research Institute, the University of California system-wide research facility for the human sciences and theoretical research in