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Building an Archive of San Diego History

February 28, 2019

…from the Race and Oral History Project, along with professors Yen Le Espiritu, Luis Alvarez and Simeon Man, visit Barrio Logan in spring 2018. (Photos courtesy UC San Diego Race and Oral History Project) Building an Archive of San Diego History UC San Diego students bring campus to community and…

Oreskes’ Book Wins History of Science Society Prize

November 15, 2011

Oreskes’ Book Wins History of Science Society Prize “Merchants of Doubt” (Bloomsbury Press, 2010), coauthored by Naomi Oreskes of UC San Diego’s department of history with Erik Conway, has earned its share of public plaudits – including repeated praise from former Vice President Al Gore. Now, it’s also been selected…

San Diego Technology Archive to Expand to Include Additional Tech Sectors

January 20, 2014

The San Diego Technology Archive was launched by the UC San Diego Library in 2011, on the heels of a discussion between UC San Diego University Librarian Brian Schottlaender and Standish Fleming, co-founder of San Diego’s Forward Ventures and a member of Schottlaender’s Advisory Board.

Digital Farmworker Movement Documentation Archive Acquired by UC San Diego Library

April 16, 2014

A rich digital archive documenting the UFW Farmworkers’ Movement in Central California from 1962 to 1993 has been acquired by the University of California, San Diego Library. The archive, which was developed by LeRoy Chatfield, includes a wide variety of information on the activities, accomplishments, challenges, and work of Cesar…

UC San Diego Library Awarded Recordings at Risk Grant to Preserve Melanesian Audio Recordings

May 28, 2019

The UC San Diego Library is one of 20 recipients of the Recordings at Risk award, designed to support the preservation of rare and unique audio content of high scholarly value through digital reformatting.

UC San Diego’s Division of Arts and Humanities Launches Center for Hellenic Studies

January 8, 2015

…advance scholarship on Greek history, literature, archaeology and culture, UC San Diego’s Division of Arts and Humanities has launched an academic Center for Hellenic Studies—a modern forum where local and international faculty, researchers and students can collaborate and study the Hellenic world. The Hellenic Cultural Society and its members have…

Holocaust Living History Workshop Kicks off 2015-16 Series with “Holocaust Journeys”

October 8, 2015

…San Diego Holocaust Living History Workshop (HLWH) will host a series of educational events to broaden understanding of the past, foster tolerance, and preserve the memory of victims and survivors of the Holocaust. Co-sponsored by the UC San Diego Library and the UC San Diego Jewish Studies Program, the HLHW…

Conversations Across Generations Help Unite Campus LGBT Community

April 28, 2016

…discovering similar experiences and histories that have defined each generation. “I think it is important for different generations to interact because you can learn so much from each other,” said Victoriano. “The stigma of not being completely straight is still prevalent, so it is very meaningful to be able to…

Randol Schoenberg, the Man Behind Woman in Gold Movie to Speak May 6

April 20, 2015

…he will discuss at the May 6 Holocaust Living History Workshop (HLHW) event, sponsored by Phyllis and Daniel Epstein. HLWH is a collaboration between the UC San Diego Library and the Jewish Studies program.

Historical Perspective

November 2, 2023

David Marchick ‘88, author of The Peaceful Transfer of Power: An Oral History of America’s Presidential Transitions, shares his perspective on how we can use history to help us understand conflicts of the present day.

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