Farm working, mental health, and social and cultural barriers that some Asian American communities face.
Richard T. Rodríguez, UC Riverside professor of English and media and cultural studies, will host a joint reading and conversation with Kid Congo Powers, an author and musician widely known for being part of bands such as The Gun Club, The Cramps, and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, as...
The 46th annual UC Riverside event is scheduled for Feb. 13-17. Writers Week is free and open to the public.
UC Riverside researcher finds the crucial role icaros, traditional Peruvian songs, play during ayahuasca healing ceremonies.
UCR expert: President Biden’s new same-sex marriage law ‘is a reminder that a right won is not a right secured’
The Respect for Marriage Act ‘seems to be an evolution on same-sex marriage support. But I want to caution that we don’t conflate that with LGBTQ support.’
The complete skeletal remains of a spider monkey — seen as an exotic curiosity in pre-Hispanic Mexico — grants researchers new evidence regarding social-political ties between two ancient powerhouses: Teotihuacán and Maya Indigenous rulers. The discovery was made by Nawa Sugiyama, a UC Riverside anthropological archaeologist, and a team of...
‘Seattle from the Margins,’ a new book by assistant professor Megan Asaka points to the overseen contributions of the Duwamish, Japanese, Filipino, Chinese, and other immigrant communities.
The author and distinguished professor emeritus with UCR’s Department of Creative Writing died on October 25
A John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation grant will help preserve 150 years of local journalism at UC Riverside.
This is Fernandez’s first major solo museum show. The images reflect on various social issues and explores her Mexican American identity.
New book by UC Riverside’s Richard Rodríguez offers personal stories as he explores musical connections between Latino fans and British bands.
A story about coming-of-age, betrayal, and revenge, ‘The Shinnery’ is inspired by the author’s family history and a trial that shook 1890s Texas.
Study finds male-dominated MMA is not friendly to gender equality.
More than $4.85 million in state funds will allow these campuses to reengage with former UC students and California residents with some college and no degree attainment.
Associate Professor Victoria Reyes published her new book, “Academic Outsider: Stories of Exclusion and Hope.”