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Thursday January 28, 2021 4:30pm
Join us at the “CCS Lounge” for an informative moderated conversation with distinguished faculty on teaching, research, and campus life during COVID-19.
Tuesday January 26, 2021 5:00pm

"Wilkerson's work is the missing puzzle piece of our country's history." The American Prospect

Tuesday January 12, 2021 5:00pm

"Coates has become one of the most influential black intellectuals of his generation, joining predecessors including Ms. [Toni] Morrison, Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr., and Dr. Cornel West." The New York Times

Tuesday December 08, 2020 6:00pm

Directed by Dr. Sarah Gibson, the UC Santa Barbara Ensemble for Contemporary Music will present "Finding Your Place" on Tuesday, December 8, 2020 at 6 pm as a YouTube Premiere via the Department of Music’s YouTube channel. Including thirteen world premieres of compositions written specifically for ECM's fabulous performers by UCSB's student composers, each composer and performer responds musically to the theme of "Place" in their collaborative solo work. 

Tuesday December 08, 2020 5:00pm

"Sweeping, provocative and personal... [Hannah-Jones] seeks to place the enslavement of Africans at the center of America’s story, prompting public conversation about the nation’s founding and evolution." – Pulitzer Prizes

Sunday December 06, 2020 11:59pm
This online exhibition will be open until December 6, 2020
Saturday November 21, 2020 1:00pm

Join us for a virtual celebration of CCS student success! You are invited to the fourth annual CCS Research & Creative Activities Conference (RACA-CON).

Friday October 30, 2020 4:30pm

Join us at the “CCS Lounge” to discuss with Dean Gerardo Aldana his vision to create transformational experiences in learning, research, and outreach to inspire current and future generations of students.

Distinguished panelists representing students, alumni, parents, faculty, and staff will be joining Dean Aldana for this lively discussion. 

In CCS fashion, we are all about having fun too! Engage with us through interactive activities, including polls and trivia as well as be the first to have a sneak preview into the dean’s goat story! 

Tuesday October 27, 2020 4:00pm

This event is part of the UCSB Library's Pacific Views Speaker Series

Thursday October 08, 2020 4:00pm

In the two decades before the Civil War, a new type of capitalism developed in the northern United States that stressed mass education, widespread innovation, and new markets for art and design. Through creative labor, Black abolitionists highlighted the evils of slavery and made a compelling case for racial equality.