Distinguished Speaker Series: Sandy Bauer, Owner of Red Table Restaurant

Sandy Bauer joins us for an evening to share important life lessons. From the beginning of her career at Disneyland to her current occupation as Director of Human Resources at D.D. Dunlap and Owner of Red Table Restaurant, Sandy Bauer has many stories to share and advice to give to students in our department as […]

Annual African Studies Day Distinguished Speaker

The Department of Africana Studies would like to invite you to attend our annual Africana Studies Day Forum which will be an Ethnic Studies Forum with a keynote lecture by Dr. Kenneth Monteiro, Dean, College of Ethnic Studies, San Francisco State University, titled “The Chancellor’s Task Force for the Advancement of Ethnic Studies: Reflections on its Rationale and Work” […]

Preventing Sexual Violence in Educational Settings

Please join us for this informative and interactive professional development event to increase your understanding of how to prevent sexual violence in educational settings. This event is brought to you by Laria Hamada, CSULB Office of Equity and Diversity, and Christina Kreachbaum, Su Casa of Ending Domestic Violence. The presentation will take in the Anatol […]

College of Liberal Arts Internship Conference at the Pyramid

We are pleased to announce an opportunity for you to participate in an upcoming internship event here on campus! The conference will be held on Friday, March 13th from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm in The Pointe, at the Pyramid. The Conference is free and complementary lunch with be served. Students need to RSVP as space is limited. The conference will […]

Award Winning Peruvian Author On Campus

Award-winning Peruvian author, Claudia Salazar Jiménez will be on campus Monday, March 16th at 4pm for a Book Presentation and Q/A Session. Her novel, La sangre de la aurora (Bloody Dawn) was recently awarded the prestigious “Premio de las Américas”. The novel is an exploration of the role of women in Peru during the insurrection of the guerrilla […]

RGRLL Film Series

The Department of Romance German Russian Languages & Literatures Film Series “Currents in Contemporary European Cinema” will begin this evening at 7pm preceded by an event kickoff at 5pm. This film series explores the perspectives of contemporary Europe through the creative lens of France, Spain, Italy and Russia.  We are looking forward to a successful film series and thank […]

An Evening of Persian-Jewish Music

The Jewish Studies Program presents, “An Evening of Persian-Jewish Music–Monajat“ with Galeet Dardashti and featuring video artist Dmitry Kmlnitsky. Middle Eastern vocalist and composer, Galeet Dardashti, the granddaughter of the most renowned singer of Persian classical music in Iran, and daughter of highly esteemed cantor Farid Dardashti, is the first woman in her family to continue her family […]

Celebrating Author Helena Maria Viramontes

Join us to commemorate the thirty-year anniversary of renowned author Helena Maria Viramontes’ publication of the short story collection “The Moths and Other Stories,” the twenty-year anniversary of the publication of the novel “Under the Feet of Jesus,” as well as her 2007 novel “Their Dogs Come With Them”.  Sponsoring Departments: Chicano and Latino Studies; […]

Jews and Booze: Jewish Tavern Keepers in Eastern Europe

Dr. Glenn Dynner, author of “Yankel’s Tavern: Jews, Liquor, and Life in the Kingdom of Poland” is one of  the Jewish Department’s featured Spring 2015 speakers. Join him on Tuesday, March 24th, at 7:30pm at the Alpert Jewish Community Center for an enlightening evening about the little-known relationship between Jews and booze. According to Tablet, an online Jewish magazine: […]

Forty-Five Years of American Indian Studies at CSULB

The annual Pow-Wow event on campus is coming up on Saturday, March 14 from 11 AM to 10 PM, and Sunday, March 15 from 11 AM to 6 PM.   Founded in 1968, the American Indian Studies Program celebrate forty-five years as an independent program at Cal State Long Beach. Located on the ancient village site […]