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On this site, you may submit the following types of applications:
African and Middle Eastern Studies (AMES) Major Application Fall 2014 (for nobody -- closed)
Application Period: 11/15/2014 - 12/8/2014
African and Middle Eastern Studies Major Application

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Asian Studies Major Application Fall 2014 (for nobody -- closed)
Application Period: 11/15/2014 - 12/8/2014
Asian Studies Major Application

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European Studies Major Application Fall 2014 (for nobody -- closed)
Application Period: 10/15/2014 - 12/8/2014
European Studies Major Application

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Global Studies Major Application Fall 2014 (for nobody -- closed)
Application Period: 11/12/2014 - 12/2/2014
Global Studies Major Application

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IDS Major Application, 2013-14 (for nobody -- closed)
Application Period: 11/22/2013 - 12/16/2014

IDS Major Application, 2014-15 (for nobody -- closed)
Application Period: 11/3/2014 - 11/21/2014

Latin American Studies Major Application Fall 2014 (for nobody -- closed)
Application Period: 11/15/2014 - 12/8/2014
Latin American Studies Major Application

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RSVP for the UCLA in Delhi Reception (for UCLA Graduate Student, UCLA Faculty, UCLA Undergraduate Student, Other University/ Institution/ K-12 Teacher)
Application Period: 9/25/2014 - 12/16/2014
RSVP for the UCLA in Delhi Reception
The Cross-Border Connection: Immigrants, Emigrants, and their Homelands (for UCLA Graduate Student, UCLA Faculty, UCLA Undergraduate Student, Other University/ Institution/ K-12 Teacher, Basic Account/Job Applicant)
Application Period: 11/6/2014 - 3/2/2015
This five-week summer seminar is designed to focus on the explicitly cross-border aspects of international migration, looking at the relationships between emigrants, communities of emigration, and emigration states in global and historical perspective. The seminar moves beyond U.S. borders to connect with the literatures on transnationalism and diasporas, relatively new subfields characterized by great ferment and innovation. That excitement is well justified, as these newer approaches take the study of migration past the U.S.-centrism that has long prevailed, highlighting a phenomenon that recurs across immigration societies internationally and that can only be understood by attending to feedbacks occurring in the societies of emigration. Moreover, following the connections between places of immigration and places of emigration has had salutary methodological results, leading scholars to engage in multi-sited research, a challenging but highly fruitful endeavor. As cross-border connections occur wherever and whenever international migration is found, the seminar will prove equally germane to US and internationally oriented scholars while providing an unusual vehicle for cross-fertilization among scholars whose differing regional orientations typically push them apart. Since the topic itself has steadily crossed borders, starting out in anthropology, and then moving to sociology and history, and later geography and political science, the seminar should also appeal to scholars of diverse disciplinary inclinations.