Close
Stay informed: Sign up for eNews Subscribe
15
Jan

Dispelling Myths of Immigrants at the Border

In an interview with Minnesota Public Radio on dispelling myths about immigration and the border, Marcelo M. Suárez-Orozco is asked about President Trump’s case for the border wall and whether Trump’s characterization of immigrants …

Read More >
25
Dec

Holiday Inspiration

During this holiday season, we think of the people who inspire us to do good all year round. The Journalist with the Heart of an Activist “This is advocacy journalism of the …

Read More >
21
Dec

Martha Nussbaum Wins Berggruen Prize

“We empower thinkers — we empower work that hopefully generates new ideas. And then our job is to take those ideas and publish them — disseminate them. We do this through the …

Read More >
11
Dec

Remembering Children’s Rights

In the spirit of Human Rights Day and in light of the treatment of unaccompanied and separated minor immigrants around the world, we share an excerpt by Jacqueline Bhabha from Humanitarianism and …

Read More >
27
Nov

Asylum Seekers: Lives in Transit

The recent tear gassing of Central American asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border serves as a stark reminder to us all of the reasons for why people seek asylum in the first …

Read More >
23
Oct

A Q&A with Luminos Author Shenila Khoja-Moolji

At UC Press, open access—the free, immediate, unrestricted, online access to peer-reviewed research and scholarly work—is central to our mission. In celebration of 2018 International Open Access Week (October 22-28), we are …

Read More >
23
Apr

Exiting Hate in Sweden

This is the fourth installment in the #HealingFromHate blog series. Stay tuned for future blog posts in the series. And follow along on Twitter, #HealingFromHate. And this week is #ACBookWeek in the United Kingdom, a week long …

Read More >