Vanessa Hua’s latest novel "Forbidden City" explores the little-known history and influence of the teenage revolutionaries in Chairman Mao’s inner circle
Xóchitl C. Chávez, assistant professor of music at UCR, is a co-principal investigator.
The film was directed by UCR Professor Robin Uriel Russin and written by UCR alum Andrew Justvig.
This year’s Los Angeles Times Festival of Books includes a UC Riverside star-studded lineup. Nineteen UCR faculty, staff, and alumni will be participating in this annual literary event that takes place at the University of Southern California. More than 550 authors, poets, artists, chefs, celebrities, and musicians will gather on...
The book weaves stories that capture both nature and architecture. It goes on sale on April 26
Poetry collection captures the author's own life, as well as many of the golden state’s overlooked truths: genocide, environmental degradation, and climate change.
Capturing the essence of a place requires more than time. It requires confianza. Trust. That’s why for more than a year a team co-led by a UC Riverside cultural and urban historian interviewed, researched, and documented the lives of Boyle Heights residents — all in the midst of the COVID-19...
The free festival, in its 45th year, will be held virtually.
The grant will support “Christina Fernandez: Multiple Exposures,” an exhibition opening in fall 2022.
For the past 20 years Tagumpay Mendoza De Leon has been teaching Filipino rondalla music at UCR.
Philosopher Myisha Cherry’s new book makes a strong case for rage
An opening reception featuring the artists will be held Oct. 16
During the first century of American colonization, as many as 20 million people in Mexico perished from disease, violence, and exploitation. Jennifer Scheper Hughes, a professor in the Department of History at the University of California, Riverside, examines this period from historical and theological perspectives in her new book, “The...
“Metaphysical Milkshake” sees the scholar and actor discuss weighty topics with contemporary thought leaders, bringing humor and insight to a new subject each week.
Daryle Williams is a historian who co-directs the online database Enslaved.org.
John Martin Fischer, a leading philosopher of free will and moral responsibility, has written two companion essays exploring the ideas of mindfulness and living in the moment, which are often encapsulated in the phrase: “Be here now.” In the first piece, published by Aeon, Fischer sorts through various theories regarding...