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September 2016

Trafficking Women’s Human Rights – Julietta Hua

September 15, 2016 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States

The Human Trafficking Awareness Initiative will welcome Dr. Julietta Hua, author of, Tafficking Women’s Human Rights, to campus for an invited lecture on September 15, at 5:00 pm, in the Anatol Center. The history of human beings bought and sold, forced into lives of abject servitude or sexual slavery, is a story as old as civilization and yet still a global concern today. How this story is told, Hua argues, says much about our cultural beliefs. Through a critical inquiry…

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April 2017

Public Forum: DACA, Travel Bans, & Immigration Issues

April 18, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States

Public Forum DACA, Travel Bans, & Immigration Issues Open to the Public: Share your Questions & Concerns Invited Panelists: U.S. Congressman Alan Lowenthal State Senator Ricardo Lara Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia Attorney Ruben Martinez, Jr. Rafael Topete, Director, Dream Success Center, CSULB Dr. Terrence Graham, Associate Dean, Ctr. International Ed. Gaby Hernandez, Vice President, F.U.E.L. To download a PDF copy of the event flyer, please click here.

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April 2018

The Department of English 7th Annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference: Trauma

April 5, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States
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CSULB's English Graduate Association (EGSA) is pleased to announce its 7th annual student conference: Re/Inventions*.  This year we will host speakers exploring the topic TRAUMA in areas ranging from environmental to digital narratives. Featuring: "Don't Tell Your Story: On the Not Mattering of Trauma" By Keynote Speaker: UCLA's Dr. Mitchum Huehls A catered lunch will be provided immediately following the keynote address. For additional information and a complete schedule please visit: http://www.cla.csulb.edu/departments/english/reinventions/ Hosted by the English Graduate Student Association (EGSA)…

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Walking the Walk screening

April 17, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States
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Please save the date of Tuesday, April 17 at 5 p.m. in the Anatol Center for an event titled #TransRghtsNow. The event is sponsored by the Yadunandan Center and the Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. We will screen a documentary called Walking the Walk, which explores the intersectional politics of queer and caste rights in Hyderabad, India. After the film, one of its stars, Rachana Mudraboyina, will discuss the movement to stop the Transgender Persons Bill now being considered…

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October 2018

Beach 2030 Late Afternoon Discussion Groups: Digital Literacy

October 9, 2018 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States

Please join us in the Karl Anatol Center on Tuesday October 9th  from 4-6pm for refreshments and a discussion about digital literacy at CSULB. The Beach 2030 initiative asks us to imagine the “future of the university, the campus, the curriculums and offerings, as well as CSULB’s role in the region and the world.” Our discussion will therefore address what kinds of digital literacies our faculty, students and staff will need in 2030. Following the discussion, I will be preparing a document to…

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Beach 2030 Late Afternoon Discussion Groups: Student Success

October 15, 2018 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States

Beach 2030 Discussion - Student Success Higher Education Institutions are under increasing pressure to better support student success, which is often measured by our retention and graduation rates.   The College of Liberal Arts continues to support our students in and out of the classroom, but there is still more work to be done.  Some of our accomplishments include: Increased 4-year graduation rates over the last two years Development of Transfer Learning Communities to support first-time transfer students Increased Internship opportunities…

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Beach 2030 Late Afternoon Discussion Groups: Inclusive Excellence

October 25, 2018 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States

Led by Steven Osuna

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February 2019

Bad Environmentalism: Irony & Irreverence in the Ecological Age

February 7 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States
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Bad Environmentalism: Irony and Irreverence in the Ecological Age Rethinking Environmental Activism’s Reputation for Doom & Gloom Dr. Nicole Seymour, Department of English, CSU Fullerton&Dr. Teresa Shewry, Department of English, UC Santa Barbara A Scholarly Intersections Lecture & Moderated Discussion Dr. Nicole Seymour will present work from her new book, Bad Environmentalism: Irony and Irreverence in the Ecological Age (University of Minnesota Press). Surveying stand-up comedy to TV, the lecture will highlight how a recent wave of environmental artists and…

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DECOLONIZATION and ITS AFTERMATH: Recent Representations of the Algerian War of Independence from the French

February 19 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States
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Dr. Anne Donadey, San Diego State University Professor of European Studies and Women StudiesChair of the Department of European StudiesDirector of the French Program Dr. Donadey will examine French films representing the Algerian War of Independence created around the 50th anniversary of the war. The historical imaginary created by the films will lead her into an analysis of the connections, or the lack of them, that the films make between the war and current controversies surrounding French citizens of North…

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African Distinguished Speaker Series 2019 – Pan-Africanism: Perspectives from Ghana

February 20 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States
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International Education CommitteeAfrica Subcommittee Presents African Distinguished Speaker Series 2019 Dr. Samuel NtewusuResearch Fellow/UG Coordinator, Gonja Dagomba ProjectThe Kwame Nkrumah Institute of African StudiesUniversity of Ghana, Legon Accra Pan-Africanism: Perspectives from Ghana Come join us for an enjoyable afternoon discussing African ideas, values and culture!African Food Served Sponsors:Departments of Africana Studies, History, and International Studies This talk is made possible by a Scholarly Intersections Grant from the College of Liberal Arts For more information contact:Dr. Uche UgwuezeDepartment of Africana StudiesUche.Ugwueze@csulb.edu

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March 2019

“The Jeweled Isle: Art from Sri Lanka—A Curatorial Perspective,” A Lecture by Dr. Tushara Bindu Gude

March 12 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States
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Dr. Gude is the associate curator in the South and Southeast Asian Art Department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the co-curator of “The Jeweled Isle: Art from Sri Lanka,” the first comprehensive survey of Sri Lankan art organized by a U.S. museum (on view at LACMA through June 23, 2019). Dr. Tushara Bindu Gude received her Ph.D. in Art History from the University of California, Los Angeles. Her areas of expertise include Indian Buddhist art, South…

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Cesar Chavez Day Celebration: The Eagle Has Eyes

March 20 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States
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The Long Beach community is honored to celebrate Cesar Chavez Day with Dr. José Ángel Gutierrez’ lecture and presentation of his new book, The Eagle Has Eyes, at the CSULB Anatol Center on March 20, 2019 at 3pm. In his presentation, Dr. Gutiérrez will discuss how the FBI and the Federal Government conspired to destroy César Chávez, the United Farmworkers Union (UFW) and the Chicano Movement of the 1960’s. Dr. Gutiérrez, is an attorney and professor emeritus at the University…

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Spirituality in an Age of Anxiety Perspectives from Islam & Photo Exhibit

March 25 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States
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Spirituality in an Age of Anxiety Perspectives from Islam & Photo Exhibit What I Brought in my Luggage "Relics of Lost Lives" Refreshments will be available CSULB Department of Religious Studies Pacifica Institute info@pacificainstitute.org

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Workers Resistance Against Tyranny

March 26 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States
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You are invited to a talk with a labor leader from Kilusang Mayo Uno (May 1st Movement), an independent labor center in the Philippines known for its militant, vibrant workers organizing, to speak on the current issues facing Filipino workers and human rights activists. Sponsors: Department of Sociology | Department of GeographyMetropolitan and Policy Studies Network (MAPS) | Anakbayan Long BeachPhilippines-U.S. Solidarity Organization - Southern California (PUSO SoCal)Scholarly Intersections Grant

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April 2019

CLA Understanding Borders Initiative event: “Global Labor Across Borders”

April 22 @ 9:30 am - 10:45 am
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States
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Global Labor Across Borders Dr. Carolina Bank Muñoz Event #1 – Public Lecture by Dr. Muñoz “Global Labor Across Borders” (9:30-10:45 Anatol Center) - Her talk will focus on global labor, borders, and workers’ struggles with a special focus on Latin America (i.e. Chile). The talk will examine some of the ways Chilean workers fought back (and won) against the world’s largest corporation. She will also discuss her new research project examining the rise of anti-Black racism in the Chilean retail sector…

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Cultural Memory and Trauma: Literary and Visual Representations

April 25 - April 26
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States
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54th Annual Comparative Literature Conference Registration Opens 8:30Coffee & Breakfast For the conference program please go to: http://www.cla.csulb.edu/departments/complit/cultural-memory-and-trauma/program-cultural-memory-and-trauma/

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May 2019

A Symposium on Gender, Religion & Political Conflict

May 1 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States
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California State University, Long BeachTHE RELIGIOUS STUDIES STUDENT SOCIETY & RELIGIOUS STUDIES DEPARTMENTIn Collaboration with the Departments of Comparative World Literature, Africana Studies, and Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literatures PRESENT A Symposium on Gender, Religion & Political Conflict Keynote Speaker: Dr. Semiha Topal12:30 PM-1:15 PM “In search of a non-politicized piety: Understanding de-veiling of pious Muslim women in Turkey”   Beyond the binary of restriction vs. liberation, the case studies in this talk explore how Turkish Muslim women offer…

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September 2019

Seeking Refuge: Understanding the Central American Migration Crisis

September 18 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States
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Join Students and Faculty for an Informative Conversation with a Distinguished Panel of Scholars and Legal Experts from CSU-Long Beach, CSUFullerton, Pomona College, and CARECEN Event Coordinator : Armando Mejia, Faculty, Sociology Department. A College of Liberal Arts Event Co-Sponsored By Faculty in CSULB's Departments of Sociology, International Studies, Political Science, and Chicana/o & Latina/o Studies. Everyone is Welcome!

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October 2019

Race, Poverty, Suspect Bodies, and The White Gaze

October 9 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States
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The Sociology Transfer Learning Community (TLC) Presents An Evening with Hamid Khan from The Stop LAPD SPYING COALITION The Stop LAPD Spying Coalition is a coalition of organizations whose mission is to build community-based power to dismantle police surveillance, spying, and infiltration programs. The coalition utilizes multiple campaigns to advance an innovative organizing model that is Los Angeles-based but has implications regionally, nationally, and internationally.

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Reporting Against the Machine: Covering the World’s Largest Election in 2019

October 10 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Anatol Center (AS-119) United States

The Yadunandan Center for India Studies is proud to present a lecture by Raghu Karnad: “Reporting Against the Machine: Covering the World’s Largest Election in 2019” Raghu Karnad is an author and journalist, and a recipient of a 2019 Windham-Campbell Prize from Yale University. His book, Farthest Field: An Indian Story of the Second World War, received the Sahitya Akademi Yuva Puraskar in 2016 and was shortlisted for the PEN Hessel-Tiltman History Prize. He is chief of bureau at theWire.in,…

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