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Alesia Campbell (AAAS) Receives Prestigious Two-Year Research Scholarship

February 20th, 2013

Alesia Campbell received a prestigious, two-year research scholarship awarded by Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and  Technology (MEXT). Alesia will be moving to Japan to continue studying Japanese Popular Media and the history of the Sengoku period leaders through the use of classical Japanese texts.
Alesia graduated from CSULB in fall 2012 with her M.A. in Asian... [Read more]

Marie Kelleher (HIST) Receives Book Prize From American Historical Association

January 28th, 2013

Marie Kelleher, an associate professor of history at CSULB, received the 2012 Premio del Rey Book Prize by the American Historical Association (AHA) for her book titled The Measure of Woman: Law and Female Identity in the Crown of Aragon.
The AHA awards the major book prize biennially for a distinguished book in English in the field... [Read more]

Spout Hill Press Releases Three Novellas by Gerald Locklin (ENGL)

January 18th, 2013

Spout Hill Press recently released Gerald Locklin’s Bear Trilogy: a reprint of The Case of the Missing Blue Volkswagen and the follow-up novellas Come Back, Bear and Last Tango in Long Beach.
As noted on the publisher’s website, Spout Hill Press is “dedicated to the beauty and elegance that can be found only in the novella. We publish works of this length because so... [Read more]