Fūzoku Gahō is now available to patrons at all ten campuses and UCOP through JapanKnowledge.
Fūzoku Gahō which was originally published in Tokyo between February 1889 and March 1916 in 518 issues with over 38,000 articles and is considered the first graphic magazine produced in Japan. The articles cover a wide range of subjects, including social and cultural trends and conditions in the Edo, Meiji, and Taisho periods, customs, history, literature, geography, war and disasters.
UC Berkeley, Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, Merced, Riverside, San Diego, and San Francisco now have access to the Colloquium Digital Library of the Life Sciences fourth collection covering biological, genetic and biomedical subject areas.
A generous gift from the grandmother of a UC Merced alumna and current staff member is benefitting two undergraduate students who put the UC Merced Library to good use.
Melissa Becerra, a third-year psychology student, and Nathan Parmeter [...] are the first recipients of the Carter Joseph Abrescy and Larry Kranich Library Award for Student Research Excellence.
"The Conservatives are back, and back with a bang two election wins in a row and, providing they can hold things together, in a pretty good position to win another. But many questions about their...
Water and wet bodies have been viewed in a variety of ways in different historical periods and geographies. This exhibit illustrates how people in West Africa, Hawai'i, and India have,...