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Archive for October, 2014



Guest Speaker on Farmyard Choreographies in Early Modern England

[ October 30, 2014; 6:30 pm . ] The Program in American Studies, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, and the Departments of History and English invite you to a talk by Dr. Erica Fudge of the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow on Farmyard Choreographies in Early Modern England. Erica Fudge is a major scholar in the field of animal studies, author of... [Read more]

Film Screening and Discussion of “In God’s Land”

[ October 30, 2014; 6:00 pm . ] The Yadunandan Center for India Studies at CSULB Presents a film screening and discussion of “In God’s Land” with director Pankaj Rishi Kumar. This film includes English subtitles.
Supported by AND-DMZ fund,Busan Film Festival, Korea Official Selection Competition, Busan Official Selection Competition, Signs Film Festival Official Selection Competition, Zanzibar Film Festival Official Selection, CMS Vatava Film Festival.... [Read more]

Economics Seminar Series

[ October 24, 2014; 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. ] Justin Jarvis, University of  California, Irvine, will present a seminar titled “Individual Determinants of Homelessness, a Revealed Preference Approach”.
Please contact Dr. Heather Stephens at heather.stephens@csulb.edu for more information.
Be sure to attend!

Film Series Screening of Oscar-Nominated “Omar”

[ October 23, 2014; 11:00 am . ] CSULB students, with the LA/Islam Arts Initiative, present a series of Middle Eastern and Middle East-American movies, which showcase insightful filmmakers that show that whether you live in the Middle East or here, people still dream of the future. This series is co-sponsored by the departments of Middle Eastern Studies, History, Religious Studies, and Political Science.
Oscar-nominated Omar (2013) features a Palestinian freedom fighter... [Read more]

Visiting Professor Pasquale Palmieri will present his new book, “The Incorrupt Body of Theresa Margaret Redi”

[ October 22, 2014; 3:30 pm . ] The George L. Graziadio Center and theDepartment of Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literatures is delighted to welcome Fulbright recipient Pasquale Palmieri for the 2014-2015 academic year Dr. Palmieri received his Ph.D. in theHistory of European Society at the University of Naples, “FedericoII” in 2007). His research interests include Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century European and... [Read more]

Economics Seminar Series

[ October 17, 2014; 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. ] Kip Jackson, University of California, Irvine will present a seminar titled “Explaining Variation in Housing Market Boom and Bust: The Role of Land Use Regulation”.
Please contact Dr. Heather Stephens at heather.stephens@csulb.edu for more information.
Be sure to attend!

CSULB’s Norbert Schürer will speak on “Novel Berlin: Literary Images of a Changing City”

[ October 16, 2014; 6:00 pm . ] Professor Norbert Schürer will be presenting a lecture titled “Novel Berlin: Literary Images of a Changing City”. The lecture will explore how Europe’s premier city is represented in literature of the 1920s, described during the Cold War, and reimagined after the fall of the Berlin Wall. He’ll present some of Berlin’s most fascinating and funny... [Read more]

Professor Juan Cole presents a seminar on “ISIL in Iraq: Fundamentalist Takeover or Urban Ethnic Revolt?”

[ October 16, 2014; 12:15 pm to 2:00 pm. ] Professor Juan Ricardo Cole is a Richard P. Mitchell Collegiate Professor of History at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Professor Cole is a public intellectual and prominent blogger for Informed Comment (www.juancole.com). He wrote The New Arabs: How the Millennial Generation is Changing the Middle East (Simon & Schuster, 2014), which will be available... [Read more]

Film Series Screening and Discussion of “Detroit Unleaded”

[ October 16, 2014; 11:00 am . ] CSULB students, with the LA/Islam Arts Initiative, present a series of Middle Eastern and Middle East-American movies, which showcase insightful filmmakers that show that whether you live in the Middle East or here, people still dream of the future. This series is co-sponsored by the departments of Middle Eastern Studies, History, Religious Studies, and Political Science.
Detroit Unleaded (2012) follows Lebanese-Americans Sami and Naj... [Read more]

Africana Studies Student Association Panel Discussion

[ October 13, 2014; 7:00 pm to 9:45 pm. ] To celebrate their 45th Anniversary, the Africana Studies Department at CSULB and CSUDH, will present a panel discussion on, “Ferguson, Police Violence and Racial Justice: Critical Concerns of Black Men and Women”. The panelists for CSULB include: Amethyst Jefferson-Roberts, Xavier Rodgers, and Professor Natalie Sartin. The panelists for CSUDH include: Myia Williams, Tedford Hope, and... [Read more]