• 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, a faculty member at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, will give the 55th Annual Carl Snyder Memorial Lecture at UC Santa Barbara on Thursday, February 21. He will speak on "The Consequences of Immigration:...

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