Founded in 1998 with the assistance of the European Commission, the European Union Center of California serves to advance public understanding of European integration and transatlantic relations through education, research, and outreach.
Intercollegiate Women’s Studies of the Claremont Colleges is an interdisciplinary program emphasizing feminist scholarship, which is based on the premise that gender is significant in social, cultural and scientific study. It addresses the culturally and historically specific production of sexual difference, on the wide-ranging impact of feminist research, both inside the academy and in the larger society, and on the intersections of gender with other social categories such as race, class, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, cultural difference and colonial and post-colonial experience.
Scripps in the News
- Scripps College Presents Annual “Senior Art Show,” Showcasing Original Art by Students
- Scripps College Humanities Institute Hosts Renowned Artists and Scholars to Celebrate Feminism “Entre Mujeres (Between Women)”
- High Number of Scripps College Students Awarded Fellowships Yearly
- Fatima Elkabti ’09 works to combat blindness in Libya
- Scripps College Presents “SCRIPPS DANCES”
- Corey Tazzara: “Despotic Liberty: The Port of Livorno and Free Trade in Early Modern Europe”
- Merodie Hancock ’87 Inaugurated Fourth President of SUNY Empire State College
- Perfect Score
- Rosa Martha Zarate Macias: “We Have Lived Here, We Have Struggled Here!”
- Scripps College Hosts Programs on the Life and Work of German Artist and Pacifist Kathe Kollwitz