Revolution Selfie: The Red BattalionSeptember 19, 2023
We had a successful screening of Revolution Selfie with close to 80 attendees. By the end of the screening and Q&A there were close to 40 attendees still there. Screening Revolution Selfie and inviting producer Steven De Castro to CSULB provided our campus and Long Beach community with an important look into the social inequalities that exist in the Philippines and how local communities are responding. Organizing the screening with Anakbayan Long Beach allowed for our campus community to be introduced to a local grassroots youth and student organization uplifting the peoples’ movements in the Philippines.
Scholarship for students in the Spanish ProgramSeptember 1, 2023
The Spanish Program is the largest in the Department of Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literatures, serving 200 students enrolled in the undergraduate major, minor, certificate, and master’s programs. Even though the Spanish Program accounts for 60% of the total students in the department, it continues to have one of the smallest scholarship funds. With your participation, we will be able to grow that fund and offer our Spanish students well-deserved support in their academic endeavors.
Scholarship assistance is vital in attracting and retaining students who want to pursue a Spanish degree. Your gift will help us expand the Spanish Program Scholarship, build a community of friends and supporters, and empower our primarily working-class students who through their academic work represent so vividly the political, cultural, and linguistic realities of this country. This program plays an important role in our bilingual state through deep ties to local Spanish-speaking communities, offering CSULB student opportunities for professional development and real-world engagement via teacher preparation, internships, theater workshops, and participation in conferences and other academic events.
During Hispanic Heritage Month, we invite you to join us and make a gift in support of the Spanish Program Scholarship. ¡Gracias por su apoyo! Thank you for your support!
Fulbright Workshops for StudentsAugust 22, 2023
Interested in studying abroad but concerned about the cost? The Gilman International Scholarship is specifically designed for students with limited financial means and offers awards of up to $5,000 to cover cost of travel, tuition, and other expenses to any destination. You must be a Pell Grant recipient to receive a Gilman Scholarship. The application deadline is October 5. Contact the Study Abroad Office to get started.
Interested in travelling abroad after graduation? The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides FULLY FUNDED English Teaching Awards, Graduate Study and Research Awards to over 130 countries. Teaching Awards provide up to a year of full financial support and training for recipients to teach English in their host country. Research Awards fund students for up to a year of independent research or graduate school in their host country. The application deadline is October 10 – there’s still time to apply!
The campus Faculty Advisor for the Fulbright Program and Gilman Scholarship is available to answer your questions and help you with your application. Please contact Dr. Babs Grossman-Thompson: Barbara.Grossman-Thompson@csulb.edu for more information.
Weds 9/6 12:30pm
Thurs 9/7 3:30pm
Fri 9/8 12:30pm
Mon 9/11 12:30pm
Meeting ID: 818 2988 5982
CLA Commencement Photos!May 17, 2023
Your commencement photographs can be found here: https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjAE84m
Ceremony 1 goes from page 1 – page 4.
Ceremony 2 goes from page 4 – page 6.
Please download and share as you wish!
Faculty Publications: Economics – May 2023May 10, 2023
Hou, Jack. “The Advantage of Being Youngest: Education Inequalities and the Quantity-Quality Tradeoff in Pakistan,” The Social Science Journal. Joint with Qaisar Khan (Lahore University of Management Sciences). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/03623319.2022.2131186. October 2022. SSCI journal.
Hou, Jack. “The Impact of Climate Change on Agricultural Total Factor Productivity: A Cross-Country Panel Data Analysis, 1961–2013,” Agriculture. Joint with Tao Xiang (Northeastern University), Tariq H. Malik (Liaoning University), and Jiliang Ma (Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences). DOI: 10.3390/agriculture12122123. SSCI journal.
Hou, Jack. “Introduction to Special Issue on ‘Uncertainty and Risk Management for Asian Economies’,” Journal of Asian Economics, 84(2023):101552. Joint with Ted Tsun-Feng Chiang (National Chiayi University) and Pui Sun Tam (University of Macau). DOI: 10.1016/j.asieco.2022.101552. SSCI journal.
Faculty Publications: Human Development – May 2023April 27, 2023
Eriksen, S. J., & Katz, J. (2023). Credit where it is due: Gender violence prevention education as a leadership issue. In S. Tan & L. DeFrank-Cole (Eds.), A research agenda for gender and leadership (pp. 107-126). London: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Heidbrink, L. 2023. Cultural Elaboration of Care: Mobility among Indigenous Youth in Guatemala. In ¿Crisis for whom? Critical global perspectives on childhood, care, and migration. Crisis según quién? Perspectivas críticas internacionales sobre la infancia, el cuidado y la migración. Edited by R. Rosen, E. Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, E. Chase, S. Crafter and S. Mitra. London: University College of London Press.
Heidbrink, L. 2022. ““How can I have a future?”: The temporal violence of deportation. Journal of Intercultural Studies 4(43), DOI: 10.1080/07256868.2022.2086224
Heidbrink, L. 2022. Enabling or Subverting Legal Violence? Expert Witnesses in Immigration Proceedings. Annals of Anthropological Practice 46(1): 80-82.
Heidbrink, L., S. Chuc Norato, and M. Garcia Maldonado. 2022. Conditions of Children and Youth in Guatemala/Condiciones de niños, niñas, y jóvenes en Guatemala. Expert Papers Series. New York: Center for Mexico and Central America at Columbia University.
Heidbrink, L. 2022. Unaccompanied Migrant Children. Oxford Bibliographies in Childhood Studies. Edited by Heather Montgomery. New York: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780199791231-0252
Ocular, G.,* Kelly, K. R., & Millan, L.*, Neves, S.*, Avila, K.*, Hsieh, B., & Maloles, C.* (2022) Connecting informal learning environments: Linking parental elaborative talk to child STEM talk during informal learning at an aquarium and at home. Frontiers in Psychology. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2022.943648 *Denotes student contributor
Kim, A. Y. (2022). Understanding Postmodern identity among U.S. young adults through an investigation of globalized interest. Culture & Psychology, 1354067X221135643.
Kim, A. Y., Rose, C. A., Hopkins, S., Mc Cree, N., & Romero, M. (2022). Survey of secondary youth on relational aggression: Impact of bullying, social status, and attitudes. Preventing School Failure: Alternative Education for Children and Youth, 1-11.
Chang, T. F., & Shih, K. Y. (2023). Chinese American parents’ expectations for and involvement in children’s literacy learning and achievement: Impacts of cultural values and acculturation. Invited chapter in Family Literacy Practices in Asian and Latinx Families: A Comparative Look. Palgrave Mcmillan Critical Cultural Studies of Childhood series.
Van Eeden-Moorefield, B.*, & Shih, K. Y.* (2022). Introduction to the special issue on theorizing families, anti-racism, and social justice. Journal of Family Theory & Review, 14 (3), 309-317. doi: 10.1111/jftr.12477. * equal authorship.
Van Eeden-Moorefield, B.*, & Shih, K. Y.* (Eds., 2022). Special Issues on Transformative Family Scholarship: Theory, Practice, and Research at the Intersection of Families, Race, and Social Justice. Journal of Family Theory & Review, 14 (3). * Equal editorship.
Faculty Publications: Geography – May 2023April 27, 2023
Ban, H. & Kim, H.-j. (2023). Analysis and Visualization of Vessels’ RElative MOtion (REMO). ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 12(3), 115. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijgi12030115
Carter, Chris, 2023, Introduction to Human Geography Using ArcGIS Online 2nd Edition (forthcoming) https://www.esri.com/en-us/esri-press/browse/introduction-to-human-geography-using-arcgis-online
Sammler, K.G and House-Peters, L. 2023 Unblackboxing Mediation in the Digital Mine. Geoforum 141: 103745. (Open Access: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0016718523000714)
Garcia Cartagena, M., Alonso-Yanez, G., House-Peters, L., and Bonelli, S. (Eds.) (In Press, 2023). Converging Boundaries: Transdisciplinary Experiences from Biodiversity Conservation Practices in Colombia, Uruguay and Chile. DIO Press, Inc. (https://www.diopress.com/converging-boundaries)
Sandroni, L., F. Ramos Quispe, L. House-Peters, G. Alonso-Yanez, M.I. Carabajal, M. Valentine, S. Schweizer, M. Murisa, N. Roy, A. de Vernal, N. Arbour, and A. Stewart Ibarra. (Accepted) Practicing Transdisciplinarity in Diverse Contexts: Recommendations for Transdisciplinary Capacity Building for Global Environmental Change. Journal of Science Policy & Governance
Guerrero, Ashley D. and Christine L. Jocoy. 2022. Book Review of Mean Streets: Homelessness, public space, and the limits of capital, Don Mitchell. Urban Geography. 43(1): 160-161. DOI: 10.1080/02723638.2021.2008717.
Laris, P. Kone, M. Dembele, F., Rodrigue, C.M., Laris, Q., Yang, L., Jacobs, R. (2023) The Pyrogeography of Methane Emissions from Seasonal-Mosaic Burning Regimes in a West African Landscape. Fire. 6, 52. doi.org/10.3390/fire6020052.
Laris, P., Kone, M., Dembele, Yang, L., Jacobs, R., F. & Camara, F. 2021. Methane gas emissions from savanna fires: What analysis of local burning regimes in a working West African landscape tell us. Biogeoscience 18, 6229–6244, https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-18-6229-2021.
Laris, P., 2021. On the Problems and Promises of Savanna Fire Regime Change. Commentary on “Emissions mitigation opportunities for savanna countries from early dry season fire management” Lipsett-Moore et al. Nature Communications 12, 4891, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-25141-1.
Laris, P., Yang, L., Dembele, F., Rodrigue, C.M. 2021. Fire and Water: The role of grass competition on juvenile tree growth and survival rates in a mesic savanna. Plant Ecology, 222: 861–875.
Laris, P., Seymour, C., Mills, M. 2021. What a long term, repeat study can tell us about California’s native prairie landscapes. Rural Landscapes: Society, Environment, History.
Bao, Y., Huang, Z., Li, L., Wang, H., Lin, J., & Liu, G. (2023). Evaluating the human use efficiency of urban built environment and their coordinated development in a spatially refined manner. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 189, 106723.
Yin, G., Huang, Z., Bao, Y., Wang, H., Li, L., Ma, X., & Zhang, Y. (2023). ConvGCN-RF: A hybrid learning model for commuting flow prediction considering geographical semantics and neighborhood effects. GeoInformatica, 27(2), 137-157.
Lu, X., Situ, C., Wang, J., Zhou, L., Ma, W., & Li, L. (2022). Remote Estimation of the Chlorophyll-a Concentration in Lake Dianshan, China Using High-Spatial-Resolution Satellite Imagery. Journal of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing, 50(12), 2465-2477.
Ye, R., Huang, Z., Li, L., & Shan, X. (2022). GeoUNet: A novel AI model for high-resolution mapping of ecological footprint. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 112, 102803.
Mystyn Mills, Loralee Larios, Janet Franklin (2023). LTEAM: A Framework for long-term ecological adaptive monitoring, management, and evaluation of landscape restoration. In Review. Restoration Ecology
Erick J Lundgren, Daniel Ramp, Owen Middleton, Mairin Balisi, William J. Ripple, Chris Hasselerharm, Eamonn Wooster, Mystyn Mills, Jessica N. Sanchez, Arian D Wallach (2022). Echoes of the late Pleistocene in a novel trophic cascade between cougars and introduced wild donkeys, Animal Ecology. https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.04.13.439662v1 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.04.13.439662
Paul Laris, Chelsea Seymour, Mystyn Mills (2021). Where have the native grasses gone?: What a long term, repeat study can tell us about California’s native prairie landscapes. Rural Landscapes: Society, Environment, History, 8(1), 1,1-12. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16993/rl.61
Pesses, M.W. “Critical Theory for Geography Students I: Foucault and ‘Questions on Geography.’” The Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers 83 (2021): 148-156. https://doi.org/10.1353/pcg.2021.0009
Pesses, M.W. Ecomobilities: Driving the Anthropocene in Popular Cinema. Environment and Society series. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2021. https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781498598194/Ecomobilities-Driving-the-Anthropocene-in-Popular-Cinema
Sidorov, Dmitrii (2022) Socio-spatial differentiation in Stalinist Moscow, Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 113 (4):412-428 http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/tesg.12518
Sidorov, Dmitrii (2022) Review of V. Tsymbursky, The Morphology of Russian Geopolitics and Dynamics of International Systems in 18-20th centuries, in The AAG Review of Books 9:2 DOI 10.1080/2325548X.2021.1883339.
Winslow S, Creer K, Laris P (2021). Leveraging sUAS Imagery and GEOBIA for Effective Land Management. CSU Geospatial Review 18: 10-11. https://dev-sfsu-csugis.pantheonsite.io/sites/default/files/documents/2021%20CSU%20Geospatial%20Review.pdf
Faculty Publications: Romance, German and Russian Languages and Literatures – May 2023April 26, 2023
Acevedo Rivera, Jeannette. “Between Conformity and Transgression: Approaches to Writing in the Albums of Emilia Pardo Bazán.”: The Palgrave Handbook of Transnational Women’s Writing in the Long Nineteenth Century (Forthcoming, 2023).
—.““One should never write in albums”: Analyzing nineteenth-century albums as social networks.” Nineteenth Century Contexts (Volume 44, Summer 2022).
—.“Un “proto-cursi” mendicante: Las transgresiones de género de Frasquito Ponte Delgado en Misericordia, de Benito Pérez Galdós.” Bulletin of Spanish Studies (Volume 99, Spring 2022).
Donato, Clorinda. Viola Di Grado: Five Novels and Counting. Guest edited section with an introduction and four article on the writer Viola Di Grado in the journal Women Language Literature in Italy/Donne lingua letteratura in Italia, Fabrizio Serra Editore: Pisa-Roma 2022.
Donato, Clorinda. “Introduction” in Viola Di Grado: Five Novels and Counting, ed. Clorinda Donato, in Women Language Literature in Italy/Donne lingua letteratura in Italia, Fabrizio Serra Editore: Pisa-Roma 2022.
Donato, Clorinda. “How Di Grado and Ferrante Confront the Lying Lives of Adults” in Viola Di Grado: Five Novels and Counting, ed. Clorinda Donato, in Women Language Literature in Italy/Donne lingua letteratura in Italia. Fabrizio Serra Editore: Pisa-Roma 2022.
Donato, Clorinda. “Imposture, Trauma, and the Positionality of Students and Instructors in the Italian Language Classroom” in “Diversity and Decolonization in Italian Studies,” Special Issue of Studi d’Italianistica nell’Africa Australe/Italian Studies in Southern Africa, Eds. Simone Brioni, Marie Orton, Graziella Parati and Gaoheng Zhang, Vol. 35, No. 1, (2022) 44-48.
Donato, Clorinda. “Archivi OSS che evolvono nell’identità della diaspora italoamericana: Franco Donato”; “Evolving OSS Archives of Italian American Diaspora Identity: Franco Donato,” Voci di libertà. I combattenti alleati di origine italiana nella Seconda guerra mondiale. Catalogo della mostra storico-documentaria (Firenze, spazio espositivo “Carlo Azeglio Ciampi” Palazzo del Pegaso, 5-22 aprile 2022) a cura di Matteo Pretelli e Francesco Fusi. Voices of Liberty. Allied Servicemembers of Italian Descent in WWII Catalogue of the Historical Exhibition (Florence, exhibit hall ‘Carlo Azeglio Ciampi’ Palazzo del Pegaso, April 5-22, 2022) edited by Matteo Pretelli and Francesco Fusi, Trieste: Edizioni dell’Università di Trieste, 2022, 58-62.
Donato, Clorinda. Review of Martino Marazzi, Through the Periscope: Changing Culture, Italian America (SUNY Press, 2022), Italian Americana, Volume XL, Number 2, Summer 2022.
Donato, Clorinda. Review of Francesco Uzcanga Meinecke. ¿Que se debe a España? La polémica que dividió a la Europa de la Ilustración. Madrid : Libros del K.O. 2021. p. 320 ISBN: 978-84-17678-68-5, in Dieciocho 45.2, Fall 2022.
Gasior, Bonnie and Mindy Badía. “Connections as Catalysts or You Are What You Read: Teaching and Learning about Literature.” Foreign Language Association of Northern California, Fall 2022.
Goswitz, María Nelly. La dignificación del texto ensayístico femenino del último tercio del Perú decimonónico. Madrid: Iberoamericana; Frankfurt: Vervuert, 2022, 281 pages, (Juego de dados. Latinoamérica y su cultura en el XIX, 12) ISBN 9788491922797.
Herrera Cepero, Daniel. “Autores Paralelos: Los Intertextos Lorquianos En El Cine Almodovariano de La Memoria.” Estudios Hispánicos, vol. 30, 2022, pp. 81-91.
High, Jeffrey L., Rebecca Stewart, and Elaine Chen, eds., Heinrich von Kleist: Artistic and Philosophical Paradigms (Rochester: Camden House, 2022).
High, Jeffrey L.. “Philosophical Writings from Schiller’s Time at the Karlsschule in Stuttgart (1774-1780),” in: Antonino Falduto and Tim Mehigan, eds., The Palgrave Handbook on the Philosophy of Friedrich Schiller (New York: Palgrave, 2023), 91–128.
High, Jeffrey L..“J. Chr. Fr. Schiller: A Life as Mensch of Letters,” in: Antonino Falduto and Tim Mehigan, eds., The Palgrave Handbook on the Philosophy of Friedrich Schiller (New York: Palgrave, 2023), 3–53.
High, Jeffrey and Elaine Chen, “Receptions, Homages, and Anti-Occupational Allegories of Autonomy: The Case of Schiller’s Bohemian Cup and Kleist’s Broken Jug,” in: Jeffrey L. High, Rebecca Stewart, and Elaine Chen, eds., Heinrich von Kleist: Artistic and Philosophical Paradigms (Rochester: Camden House, 2022), 118–162.
High, Jeffrey and Lisa Beesley, “Maria de Zayas, Sophie Mereau, Clemens Brentano, and the Novellas of Heinrich von Kleist,” in: Jeffrey L. High, Rebecca Stewart, and Elaine Chen, eds., Heinrich von Kleist: Artistic and Philosophical Paradigms (Rochester: Camden House, 2022), 52–95.
High, Jeffrey, Rebecca Stewart and Elaine Chen, “Introduction,” in: Jeffrey L. High, Rebecca Stewart, and Elaine Chen, eds., Heinrich von Kleist: Artistic and Philosophical Paradigms (Rochester: Camden House, 2022), 1–14.
High, Jeffrey and Glen Gray, “Thomas Mann and Arnold Schoenberg,” in Nikolai Blaumer and Benno Herz, eds., Thomas Mann’s Los Angeles: Stories from Exile 1940–1952 (Los Angeles: Angel City Press, 2022), 138–139.
Martín-Mor, Adrià, and Flavia Eva Floris. “Minoritized Languages and Translation Policies: Technological Resources for Sardinian.” In Repurposing language rights. Guiding the uses of artificial intelligence, edited by Vicenta Tasa Fuster, Esther Monzó Nebot and Rafael Castelló Cogollos. València: Tirant lo Blanch, 30/03/2023.
Martín-Mor, Adrià, Atzeni, Sergio. Passàvem per la terra lleugers. Translated by Adrià Martín. Lleonard Muntaner, 2023.
Nayak, Aparna and Joanna Tatro. “Gender Fluidity, the Crisis of Care, and Eco-criticism in George Sand’s François le champi” in The Palgrave Handbook of Transnational Women’s Writing in the Long Nineteenth Century (forthcoming in Spring 2023).
O’Dell, Jesse. “Serik Beiseu: Project Gemini (Zvezdnyi razum, 2022).” Review published in KinoKultura, issue 80 (2023).
Togato, G., & Macizo, P. (2023). Cognitive flexibility in interpreting. In Ferreira, A., & Schwieter, J.W. (Eds.). The Routledge Handbook of Translation, Interpreting and Bilingualism. New York: Routledge. http://doi.org/10.4324/9781003109020-23
Togato, G., Bajo, M., & Macizo, P. (2022). Idiomaticity as a tool to explore automaticity and control in bilinguals and translators. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference of Experimental Linguistics. http://doi.org/10.36505/ExLing-2022/13
Togato, G., & Macizo, P. (2022). Bilingualism and translation through the lens of cognition. In Muñoz, R., & Franco Aixela, J. (Eds.). ENTI. Granada: AIETI. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6363387
Togato, G., Macizo, P., & Bajo, T. (2022). Automaticity and cognitive control in bilingual and translation expertise. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology 76(1), 29-43. https://doi.org/10.1037/cep0000268
Togato, G., & Macizo, P. (2022). Bilingüismo y traducción: aspectos cognitivos. In Muñoz, R., & Franco Aixela, J. (Eds.). ENTI. Granada: AIETI. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6363396
Faculty Publications: Chicano & Latino Studies – May 2023April 26, 2023
Ramirez, Loretta. “Self-Loving in the Epidemic Years: Carmen Machado’s Rhetoric of Woundedness.” In “Chicana Lesbians: Re-Engaging the Iconic Text, The Girls Our Mothers Warned Us About,” edited by Stacy Macias and Liliana González, special issue, Journal of Lesbian Studies 26 (2023): 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1080/10894160.2023.2178727.
Ramirez, Loretta. “Unmaking Colonial Fictions: Cherríe Moraga’s Rhetorics of Fragmentation and Semi-ness.” Rhetoric Review 41, no. 3 (2022): 168-183. https://doi.org/10.1080/07350198.2022. 2077017.
Faculty Publications: Anthropology – May 2023April 26, 2023
Howell, Jayne. 2023. Women Teachers of Rural Oaxaca: Agency and Empowerment. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Wilson, Scott. 2022. “The Tale is the Map: Virtual Reality Experiences in Anthropology.” IN Cool Anthropology: How to Engage the Public with Academic Research. Kristina Bainesnd Victoria Costa, eds. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Pp. 125 – 142.
Wilson, R. Scott and Katherine Scully. 2022. “Virtual Reality and Activism.” Anthropology News website, September 20, 2022.
Daniels Jr, James T., Heather B. Thakar, and Hector Neff (2023) Human Niche Construction and Shifts in Subsistence and Settlement during the Early Formative in the Eastern Soconusco Mangrove Zone. In Human Behavioral Ecology and Coastal Environments, edited by Heather B. Thakar, and Carola Flores Fernandez, pp. 103-131. Society and Ecology in Island and Coastal Archaeology. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
McCafferty, Geoffrey and Hector Neff (submitted) Pacific Nicaragua radiocarbon dates: a new chronology and cultural sequence. Ancient Mesoamerica (submitted).
Neff, Hector (2023) Export Craft Production in Soconusco: An Update on Tohil Plumbate. In Routes, Interaction and Exhange in the Southern Maya Region, edited by Eugenia Robinson and Gavin Davies. Routledge (in press).
Neff, Hector, Marx Navarro Castillo, and Sachiko Sakai (2023) A Mesoamerican Tradeware Revisited: Mexican Influences in the Origins and Evolution of Plumbate Pottery. In When East Meets West: Chichen Itza, Tula, and Early Postclassic Mesoamerica, edited by Travis Stanton, Karl Taube, and Jeremy Coltman. British Archaeological Reports (in press).
Pandya, Mihir. 2022. “Disclosure by Design: What Leaks Produce” Public Culture 34:2 pp. 219-237.
Needham, Susan and Karen Quintiliani. (2022). Communicating Time, Place, and History: A Genealogical Analysis of Prolung Khmer. Journal of Asian Pacific Communication 32:1:6-25. https://www.jbe-platform.com/content/journals/10.1075/japc.00082.nee
Paley, Violetta. 2023. “Medical Pluralism.” In National Assocation for the Practice of Anthropology 53-56. https://s3-us-east-2.amazonaws.com/napa-media-folder/wp-media-folder-napa/wp-content/uploads/NAPA-Notes-January-2023.pdf
Hill-Paley, Violetta. 2023. “Buddhist Teachings and Mindfulness.” In National Assocation for the Practice of Anthropology. [soon available April 19, 2023].
Harry, Karen, G., and Sachiko Sakai. 2022. Patterns of Ceramic Production and Distribution in Western Basketmaker Beginnings: The Jackson Flat Reservoir Project, edited by Heidi Roberts, Richard V. N. Ahlstrom, Pp.170-176. University of Utah Press.
Harry, Karen G., and Sachiko Sakai. 2022. Using Luminescence Dating to Address the Chronology and Cultural Affiliation of Brownware Ceramics in the Virgin Branch Puebloan Region. In Western Ceramic Traditions Prehistoric and Historic Native American Ceramics of the Western U.S., edited by Suzanne Griset. The University of Utah Anthropological Papers Number 135. Pp57-66. University of Utah Press.
Neff, Hector, Marx Navarro and Sachiko Sakai. 2023. A Mesoamerican Tradeware Revisited: Mexican Influences in the Origins and Evolution of Plumbate Pottery. In When East Meets West: Chichen Itza, Tula, and Early Postclassic Mesoamerica, edited by Travis Stanton, Karl Taube, and Jeremy Coltman. British Archaeological Reports (in press).