CLA AND SOCIAL JUSTICE: BLACK LIVES MATTER

In light of the recent protests and statements in support of Black Lives Matter and other anti-racist organizing efforts, the College of Liberal Arts is highlighting how its courses incorporate issues related to Black Lives Matter. We will highlight one course each month.  You can view all of our courses here: https://cla.csulb.edu/black-lives-matter/ See the description below […]

Faculty Publications – March 2021

Faculty Publications – March 2021 Faculty in the College of Liberal Arts actively publish in their respective fields. Their research, scholarly, and creative activities—showcased here—contribute meaningfully to their disciplines and enrich their teaching content and methods.

Faculty Publications – February 2021

Faculty in the College of Liberal Arts actively publish in their respective fields. Their research, scholarly, and creative activities—showcased here—contribute meaningfully to their disciplines and enrich their teaching content and methods.   Featured Academic Areas – February 2021 Africana Studies Asian and Asian American Studies American Indian Studies Comparative World Literature History Journalism Africana Studies […]

Incoming Professor Wants to Create an Environment that Promotes Change

Dr. Azza Basarudin has always dreamed of teaching at a university that aligns with her progressive values. When she begins her journey at CSULB this fall as a professor in the women’s gender and sexuality studies department, she says, she will make that dream a reality, one where she’ll have the opportunity to impact the […]

Faculty Publications – Winter Break 20/21

Faculty in the College of Liberal Arts actively publish in their respective fields. Their research, scholarly, and creative activities—showcased here—contribute meaningfully to their disciplines and enrich their teaching content and methods.   Featured Academic Areas – Winter Break 20/21 ASL Linguistics and Deaf Cultures Program English Geography Political Science ASL Linguistics and Deaf Cultures Program […]

CLA Welcomes Globalization Specialist to Faculty This Fall

An expert in global political economy, political ecology and social theory, Dr. Roberto Ortiz applies a world-historical perspective to global capitalism that examines long-term trends and large-scale historical changes. He develops explanations that seek to clarify questions surrounding oil-fueled growth and globalization. This fall, Dr. Ortiz will bring that expertise to CSULB when he joins […]

MEMORY AND FUTURITY IN YAANGNA

MEMORY AND FUTURITY IN YAANGNA In July 2020, the Department of Arts and Culture put out a call for for artists, in collaboration with the Los Angeles City/County Native American Indian Commission, to create a temporary artwork or program in response to the November 2018 removal of the Columbus Statue at Grand Park, downtown Los […]

Romance, German, Russian Languages & Literature Welcomes New Faculty Member

Dr. Adrià Martín Mor’s commitment to public higher education and to activism in the realm of translation, language policy, and endangered languages will make a compelling addition to RGRLL.

New Professor Will Help Expand Translation Education this Fall

Dr. Giulia Togato studies the relationship between psychology and translation, subjects that are vital to the way we communicate and understand each other. Now that she’s joined the faculty of the Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literatures department at CSULB, she’ll  finally have the opportunity to teach and research both topics at the same time. […]

Health Psychologist Offering Diverse Perspectives to Join CSULB this Fall

When Dr. Olajide Bamishigbin joins the psychology department in the College of Liberal Arts this fall, he’ll bring a new perspective on family research. Though the health psychologist has contributed to a variety of research throughout his career, some of his recent work shines a light on a group that he says has been underrepresented […]