• Caldecott-honored artist Thi Bui discusses her memoir "The Best We Could Do" for UCSB Reads 2019

  • Symposium will kick off a global public history project on migration and environmental justice

  • Scholar’s book delves into the messy history of immigration and the law in the United States

  • Two UCSB scholars receive grants for studies on Mexico’s black population and on immigrants’ mental health

  • Jennifer Kam receives early career award from the National Communication Association

  • A UCSB professor’s personal experience with issues of immigration shapes her academic passions

  • UCSB Professor Mario Garcia offers 13 testimonios to prove that today's young Latinos can overcome negative stereotypes

  • Windrush Roundtable-6

    Scholars examine the origins and effects of Caribbean migration to the United Kingdom

  • New book examines how migrants and minorities of all age groups experience their lives and manage complex, often multiple identities

  • If you knew that your neighbor — or your neighbor’s gardener or nanny — was an “illegal alien,” would you tell? Should you tell? The dilemma in contemporary America is similar to the one Huckleberry Finn encountered when he discovered a runaway...

  • George Borjas will give the 55th Annual Carl Snyder Memorial Lecture at UC Santa Barbara on Thursday, February 21.

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