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A Wider Discipline for a Smaller World

In response to the International Studies Association’s annual theme–A Wider Discipline for a Smaller World-we offer a few reflections on how tapping into a broader array of disciplines and subjects can bring clarity and enhanced insights into our understanding of the urgent challenges of our times.

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Remembering the Life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

March 15, 2022 would have been the 89th birthday of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who, for her whole life, was an unwavering champion for women’s rights and social justice. Here’s a list of just some of her accomplishments.

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Film Quarterly Webinar:

Film Culture: The Legacy of the Pacific Film Archive Film Quarterly marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Pacific Film Archive (now officially known as BAMPFA) with a webinar discussion of the PFA’s invaluable role in …

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OA Week 2021: Open Access at UC Press

At UC Press, open access—the free, immediate, unrestricted, online access to peer-reviewed research and scholarly work—is central to our mission to drive progressive change by seeking out and cultivating the brightest minds and giving them voice, reach, and impact.

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Not Yo’ Butterfly Virtual Book Tour

Not Yo’ Butterfly is the intimate and unflinching life story of Nobuko Miyamoto—artist, activist, and mother. Beginning with the harrowing early years of her life as a Japanese American child navigating a fearful …

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Chile, Hungry for Revolution Again

By Joshua Frens-String, author Hungry for Revolution: The Politics of Food and the Making of Modern Chile Few sounds are more closely associated with social disquiet in contemporary Chile than the rhythmic, …

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