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    Celebrating Black History

    The George Gund Foundation has endowed an imprint to advance understanding of the vital history, vibrant culture and current issues of African Americans in society and the arts. Learn More >

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    Ideas with Impact

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    Spatial Sciences

    Case Studies from the Spacial Sciences, a Case Studies in the Environment special issue from the University of Southern California's Dornsife Spatial Sciences Institute. Learn More>

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  • <UC Press Titles Nominated for the 2020 PROSE Awards

    UC Press Titles Nominated for the 2020 PROSE Awards

    UC Press is honored to share that two of our titles have been nominated by the Association of American Publishers for the 2020 PROSE Awards in their respective academic subject areas. Starting in 1976, the PROSE …

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  • <Black History Makers & Risk Takers: Laborers

    Black History Makers & Risk Takers: Laborers

    In 1915, Dr. Carter G. Woodson, a pioneering black intellectual and the son of former slaves, recognizing “the dearth of information on the accomplishments of blacks . . . founded the Association …

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  • <Co-creation in Documentary

    Co-creation in Documentary

    In its forthcoming March issue, Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism will publish a dossier entitled, “Co-creation in Documentary: Toward Multiscalar Granular Interventions Beyond Extraction” by Reece Auguiste, Helen …

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  • <Black History Makers & Risk Takers: Filmmakers

    Black History Makers & Risk Takers: Filmmakers

    In 1915, Dr. Carter G. Woodson, a pioneering black intellectual and the son of former slaves, recognizing “the dearth of information on the accomplishments of blacks . . . founded the Association …

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