Politics + Law

  • UCSB scholars discuss the social and historical implications of the women’s movement, from Seneca Falls to the March on Washington
    From Seneca Falls to the March on Washington — scholars discuss the implications of the women’s movement
  • New book by UCSB historian Mario García explores the Chicano civil rights struggle in Los Angeles in the 1960s and 1970s
  • Low-wage workers in the Santa Barbara area are not reaping the benefits of an improved economy, UCSB study shows
  • Differences in political opinions engage the brain’s evolved circuitry for tracking alliances and coalitions
  • UC Santa Barbara’s Paul Amar is turning the world of sociopolitical academia upside down, and he’s doing it one book at a time.
  • A discussion between two scholars on the centrality of war as a cultural presence during the centuries of samurai rule in Japan has expanded into a daylong symposium

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