UCSC in the News

The International Herald Tribune quoted history professor Gail Hershatter for a story about the progress of Chinese women in the workplace, despite their lack of economic clout and unequal burden of labor at home.

A New York Times article about gay cinema noted that Film and Digital media professor B. Ruby Rich coined the term, New Queer Cinema, to denote a genre of independent gay films emerging in 1992.

CNN Money quoted economics professor Rob Fairlie in an article on how a decline in entrepreneurship may be an indicator of an improving economy.

The Monterey County Herald quoted theater arts professor Patty Gallagher for an article about visionary director Robert Lepage joining Cirque du Soleil's latest production, "Totem."

The Santa Cruz Sentinel published a feature story on Yethzéll Díaz, the UCSC student who won the first Gabriel Zimmerman scholarship.

A Sentinel story about how the Museum of Art & History has become a showcase for Santa Cruz's subculture of fire artists, noted that students from UCSC’s Digital Arts and New Media Program (DANM) exhibited their digital creations at a recent exhibition.

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