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Magnetic Insights into Cultural Heritage
Lecture by Bernhard Bluemich (Chemistry, Univ. Aachen, Germany), 2pm in HSSB 4020 (more...)
Dream Island and Sea Forest: The Afterlife of Tokyo's Landfills
Talk by Prof. Cwiertka (Leiden U.), 4pm in SSMS 2135 (more...)
Women, Gender, Sex: Social and Cultural Histories of the Long Nineteenth Century
Conference in Honor of Prof. Pat Cohen (more...)
Tens of Thousands of Page Views and Counting: Why One Scholar Contributes to Wikipedia
Brown bag talk by Prof. Sarah Cline (UCSB), noon-1pm in HSSB 4020 (more...)
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UC President's Faculty Research Fellowships Awarded to Profs. Keel and McDonald
Christian Thought and Racial Science, and Travel in Imperial Japan are their topics. Read more...
Spring Insight Open House for prospective UCSB students
on Saturday, April 11th

Students and their families can visit the History Department table to learn about studying History at UCSB. Read more...
Santa Barbara (& UCSB) History
UCSB Visitors: Looking to learn a little about our fair city?
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Spring Quarter Lecture Series: The Biopolitics of Reproduction
Speakers explore how cultural and political commitments shape people's experience of their own biology.
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January 2015 Historia Newsletter Now Online
Alumni and supporter newsletter features in-depth articles about department news & events
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Faculty, Alumni and Grad Student Publications, Placements & Awards (updated April 3, 2015)
Recent books, articles, awards & achievements of UCSB historians
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Prof. Méndez wins prize for her book on the formation of the Peruvian State
It was voted no. 1 of 2014 publications by leading scholars of Peruvian history Read more...
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