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history

Diane O’Dowd

What is Title IX?

A primer on 1972’s landmark anti-discrimination law

The Muriel Ansley Reynolds Exhibit Gallery at Langson Library is featuring a special exhibit titled “Snapshots of Orange County in the 1940s: Spaces, Places, Faces” through this fall. This shows the exhibit.

Exhibit explores O.C. in the 1940s

UCI Libraries’ curation team shares inspiration, intent behind displays

Matthias Lehmann, UCI professor of history and Teller Family Chair in Jewish History

UCI Judaic scholar discusses upcoming Holocaust exhibition

Installation provides ‘opportunity for learning, for reflection, for conversations, about the lethal danger of antisemitism,’ he says

The “Americans and the Holocaust” traveling exhibition panel

UCI Libraries will host ‘Americans and the Holocaust’ traveling exhibition

Special events, secondary exhibit on the 1940s will complement the installation

UCI Podcast Indicator

UCI Podcast: Héctor Tobar on the diverse faces of Latino America

The acclaimed scholar and writer embarked on a 9,000-mile roadtrip to explore Latinx identities across the U.S.

UCI Podcast Indicator

UCI Podcast: Uncovering the cause of the soil lead crisis in Santa Ana

UCI historian Juan Manuel Rubio partners with environmental justice groups on research

Virginia Nguyen

Finding her voice

Alumna speaks out as both an educator and an advocate for AAPI and other communities affected by racism

Adria Imada, UCI professor of history and a 2021 Andrew Carnegie Fellow

UCI’s Adria Imada is named a 2021 Andrew Carnegie Fellow

History professor is among 26 recipients of prestigious award across U.S.

UCI announces membership in consortium ensuring future of SlaveVoyages database

UCI has joined a newly formed consortium to ensure the preservation, stability and future development of the SlaveVoyages database, the single most widely used online resource for the study of the trans-Atlantic and intra-American slave trade. Previously hosted at Emory University, the database will now function as a cooperative academic collaboration through a contractual agreement […]

UCI’s impeachment connection

Alumna Megan Braun ’10 is clerking for Chief Justice John Roberts as he oversees trial