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Our Centers

Centers of Interest

The College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences features a large number of research centers that serve the campus and community by investigating important aspects of our day-to-day life.

  • Center for Bibliographical Studies and Research
    The Center for Bibliographical Studies and Research works to support and encourage intra- and extramural study in its chosen areas of specialization and to share research with colleagues from around the world. CBSR currently oversees the California Newspaper Project (CNP) , the State component of the United States Newspaper Project, the CCILA (Catalogo Colectivo de Impresos Latinoamericanos hasta 1851), and the English Short-Title Catalog (1473-1800).
  • Center for Ideas and Society
    The Center for Ideas and Society fosters the advance of the understanding of the human experience and cultural production through collaborative and interdisciplinary research, pedagogy, and creative production. The center is distinguished from other humanities research institutes by the importance it attaches to work in the arts and social sciences, the emphasis on intellectual history, and the exploration of the social context of ideas, artifacts, and events.
  • California Center for Native Nations
    The California Center for Native Nations (CCNN) focuses on unique and innovative research that will lead to new interpretations that will influence the course of American Indian studies. The center has a strong focus on the California Native Nations and is dedicated to preserving the history, culture, language, and sovereignty of California’s first nations through exemplary research. The center also serves tribes by connecting them with the expertise within the University to solve research problems.
  • Center for Iberian and Latin American Music
    The Center for Iberian and Latin American Music (CILAM) fosters research and performance of the music of Iberia and Latin America. The center hosts Diagonal, and online scholarly journal, and organizes Encuentros/Encounters, annual celebrations of the Iberian and Latin American musical heritage presenting original research and high-quality performances.

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