Hope in the Dark: Untold Histories, Wild Possibilities Reminds That Social Change Takes Circuitous Routes
Hope in the Dark reminds that social change often takes a circuitous route, moving so imperceptibly that we hardly see it coming because we’re in the process of living it.
Author Carol Anderson Argues That Nothing Triggers White Rage Like Black Advancement
Author Carol Anderson makes a compelling argument that nothing triggers white rage like black advancement, real or perceived.
Author Reveals How Literature Transformed Our Planet
Author unfolds a mesmerizing story, from the creation of the alphabet and paper to the electronic writing and printing of today.
Award-Winning Author Talks Latest Book, ‘Swing Time’
UCSB’s Arts & Lectures presents the award-winning author in conversation with Pico Iyer.
Author Discusses Slave Resistance and the Origins of the U.S.A
Author discusses slave resistance and its contribution to the origins of the U.S.A.
The Elephant Project Hosts Fundraiser in Santa Barbara
Conservation group aims to move Burmese elephants from labor force to sanctuaries.
UCSB Prof Writes About Fishing and Civilization
UCSB professor writes about how essential fishing has been to humankind.
Author Discusses His ‘Leonardo da Vinci’
Author discusses ‘Leonardo da Vinci: The Secrets of History’s Most Creative Genius.’
Comprehensive Critique of the Market-Dominated Economic System
Author presents a comprehensive critique of the market-dominated economic system that has been in place for the past four decades.
Author’s Seventh Novel Keeps Reader at Arm’s Length
Author’s seventh novel keeps readers at arm’s length.