Research by Students at UCLA

Connections Between the “Prison Nation” and Campus Sexual Violence

by Nadeeka Karunaratne This past February I had the opportunity…
21 UCLA Students gather with Professor Beth Richie in a UCLA classroom.

What About Them: Gender-Based Violence and Prison Abolition

  By Anthony James Williams Dr. Beth Richie led…

2018-2019 Travel Grant Recipients

CSW is proud to announce our 2018-2019 Travel Grant Recipients. Funded…

Love Goes Through Your Mind: The Process

By Ronak Shah In September of 2012, I moved from New…

(Re)mapping Filipino Settler Claims to Place in Guåhan

By Josephine Ong Contextualizing Histories of Dispossession…

Domestic Workers: The Original Gig Workers

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By Magally Miranda The UCLA Center for the Study of Women…
A painting depicting two Carib women wearing long white dresses with lace trim, in conversation with a Carib man wearing red trousers and a yellow jacket. There are palm trees in the background.

Using the Caribbean World to Travel Beyond Identities

By Thabisile Griffin In the late 18th century, people…

ArtEquity and Indigenous Conversations

by Clementine Bordeaux In 2018, the number of American…

George Eliot’s Fraught Feminism

By Jessica Cook Novelist George Eliot is arguably the…

Extending the Work of the Educational Diversity Project

by Chantal Jones “Why are you interested in law schools? You…

Seeking Change: Ethiopian Migrant Domestic Workers’ Predicament

by Eva R. Melstrom  In October 2013 the Ethiopian government…

Lessons from the Mexican Dissident Teachers’ Unions

Above: The National Education Worker’s Committee (CNTE) in…