Politics + Law

  • Harriet Tubman’s work on behalf of African Americans ripples into the present, UC Santa Barbara scholars say
  • Panelists at kickoff discussion for 2019-2020 Feminist Futures Initiative
    A standing-room only crowd gathered in UC Santa Barbara’s McCune Conference Room to hear a panel of experts explore the question, ‘Why do white women vote for Trump?’
  • Political economist explains the federal budget deficit and its impact on the domestic economy and more
  • In his Badash Lecture, historian Matthew Stanley discusses the post-war healing effect of Einstein’s theory of general relativity
  • Talk by religious studies scholar Ann Taves explores the importance of a world view in contemplating ethics and values
  • Suffrage, 19th Amendment
    The 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote in 1920; their role in elections continues to evolve

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