This growing list of suggested readings relate to the Tell Us How UC It: A Living Archive project and its content or subject matter.
- Alvarez, L. (2010). Another university is possible. San Diego, CA: University Readers.
- Anderson, N. S. (1993). An improbable venture: A history of the University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, CA: UCSD Press.
- Associated Students – University of California San Diego. (1992). Authorized propaganda : news and views of the ASUCSD. La Jolla, CA: University of California San Diego.
- B.S.C and M.A.Y.A. (1969). Lumumba-Zapata College: B.S.C.-M.A.Y.A. demands for the third college, U.C.S.D. San Diego, CA: n.p. Retrieved from https://library.ucsd.edu/dc/object/bb2392060k.
- Chicano/Latino Consortium at the University of California. (1988). The status of Chicanos/Latinos at the University of California / presented by the Chicano/Latino Consortium at the University of California. Berkeley, CA: The Consortium.
- Coalition. (1998). Proposal to Establish a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center at UCSD [pdf link]. Retrieved from lgbt.ucsd.edu.
- Davis, A. Y. (1974). Angela Davis–an autobiography. New York: Random House.
- Dorn, B., & University of California, San Diego. (1990). Third College twentieth anniversary, 1970-1990: Diversity, justice, imagination. La Jolla, San Diego, Calif.: UCSD Publications Office.
- Estrada, M., and Harris, M. “The history of Third College, University of California, San Diego: An historical overview of the Third College at the University of California at San Diego.” Unpublished paper in the UCSD Archives, Series 586.
- Ferguson, Roderick A. (2017). We demand : the university and student protests. Oakland, California : University of California Press.
- Hatrick-Watson, Jessica (2016). UCSD Student History: An (Incomplete) Archive of Student Activism at UCSD. http://ucsdstudenthistory.weebly.com/
- Kong, A.W. (2014). Re-examining Diversity Policy at University of California, San Diego: The Racial Politics of Asian Americans. Thesis (Ph. D.)–University of California, San Diego.
- New Indicator Collective (1980-2002). Disorientation Manual. Retrieved from http://newindicator.org/?page_id=1500 (digitized) and UC San Diego Library (physical item)
- Parker, J. A. (1973). Angela Davis: The making of a revolutionary. New Rochelle, N.Y: Arlington House.
- Rhodes, T. (2014). A living, breathing revolution: How libraries can use ‘living archives’ to support, engage, and document social movements. IFLA Journal, 40(1), 5-11. https://doi.org/10.1177/0340035214526536
- UCSD Exposed Collective (1992). UCSD Exposed: Ruck the Feegents: A Pictorial History of Student Activism. La Jolla, CA: We the People Experimental Pub. Cooperative & UCSD Exposed Collective.
- University of California History Digital Archives (2004). San Diego: Bibliography. Retrieved from https://www.lib.berkeley.edu/uchistory/general_history/campuses/ucsd/bibliography.html
- Valle, M.E. (1996). MEChA and the transformation of Chicano student activism : generational change, conflict, and continuity. Dissertation (Ph.D.)–University of California, San Diego.
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