International Affairs

  • A new book documents the political, cultural transformations brought by the 1911 Revolution in China
  • A UCSB scholar will explore the apparent falling out of seminal sociologists Max Weber and W.E.B Du Bois
  • Cheddar Man
    In a new book, a historian examines how Christian theology shaped scientific ideas about race
  • Belief that good health is beyond their control — not lack of education — deters some indigenous populations from seeking medical care
    Self-efficacy — not education — plays the greater role in indigenous people's decisions to access modern healthcare
  • A UCSB scholar co-leads a major new initiative to study the impact of emerging technologies on international security
  • The Critical Issues in America series, “Changing Faces of U.S. Citizenship,” debuts with talk followed by panel discussion

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