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Microsemi/Peterson Alum Wins Prestigious Mellon Fellowship

UCI anthropology graduate student and CLSC graduate student affiliate Sean Mallin is UCI’s sole recipient of a competitive American Council of Learned Societies’ Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship. Made possible by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the program awards advanced graduate students in the social sciences and humanities with funding for their final year of dissertation writing. 

2016 WCLSR - Registration

Registration is now open for the 2016 West Coast Law and Society Retreat:

For more information and details about the retreat, please click HERE.

Celebrate the Many Accomplishments of CLSC Affiliates!

Do you have recent publications, accomplishments, or other news to share with the CLSC community?  Please update us by sending an email with relevant details.

New book by CLSC Faculty Affiliate Sora Han

Assistant Professor Sora Han has just published a book entitled Letters of the Law: Race and the Fantasy of Colorblindness in American Law. Through close reading of legal texts, Han asks how we should understand the concept of colorblindness in the face of enduring racial hierarchy in American law and society. Read more HERE.

The CLSC Awards 5 new Peterson Fellowships

CLSC congratulates our 2014-15 Peterson Fellows: Matthew Fritz-Mauer (Criminology, Law & Society/Law); Justin O’Neill (Law); Nicole Sherman (Criminology, Law & Society); Thomas Worger (Law/History); and Melissa Wrapp (Anthropology). The Microsemi/Peterson fellowships are made possible because of a gift from Jim Peterson, CEO of Microsemi Corporation, who has been a generous supporter of Center activities. The selected fellows participate in a year-long set of activities designed to further their interdisciplinary research training, through intellectual collaboration and exchange, and through the production of an original project.