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Apply to the 2021 UCI Undergraduate History Conference
Apply to the 2021 UCI Undergraduate History Conference    (04/29/21)

The application for the 2021 UCI Undergraduate History Conference is now open to all undergraduate students! All students are welcome to apply to be part of our showcase of undergraduate research on Thursday, May 20. Application deadline is Sunday, April 4.

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Currents of Change: Past, Present, and Public
Currents of Change: Past, Present, and Public    (04/29/21)

Join the History Graduate Student Association on Thursday, April 8th and Friday, April 9th for their 2021 conference. Click for details on registration, the event program, and the keynote address.

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Houri Berberian to Lead UCIs First Center for Armenian Studies
Houri Berberian to Lead UCIs First Center for Armenian Studies    (04/01/21)

We are pleased to announce the establishment of the Center for Armenian Studies at University of California, Irvine. (Click here for a message from Houri Berberian, Director of UCI Center for Armenian Studies.)

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Associate Professor of History David Fedmans new book published
Associate Professor of History David Fedmans new book published    (04/01/21)

Dr. Fedman's new book "Seeds of Control: Japan's Empire of Forestry in Colonial Korea", published in July 2020 by University of Washington Press, tells the story of how Japanese colonial rule in Korea affected the peninsula's extensive mountains and forests, revealing a largely untold story of green imperialism in Asia.

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UCI historian Alex Borucki receives American Council of Learned Societies Digital Extension Grant
UCI historian Alex Borucki receives American Council of Learned Societies Digital Extension Grant    (04/01/21)

Borucki, along with UC Santa Cruz historian Gregory O'Malley, led the development of the Intra-American Slave Trade Database, which tracks records of slave voyages within the Americas � stretching from Boston to Buenos Aires, Argentina, and involving both the Atlantic and Pacific coast. (Click for write-up by the School of Humanities.)

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Matthias Lehmann, professor of history and Teller Family Chair in Jewish History, elected to the American Academy of Jewish Research
Matthias Lehmann, professor of history and Teller Family Chair in Jewish History, elected to the American Academy of Jewish Research    (04/01/21)

The AAJR represents the oldest organization of Judaic scholars in North America. Fellows are nominated and elected by their peers and constitute the most distinguished scholars teaching Judaic studies within U.S. universities. (Click for write-up by the School of Humanities.)

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