CLA Commencement Photos!

On behalf of the CLA Dean’s Office, we congratulate our students on a job well done! We wish you the greatest success in your future endeavors and thank you for […]

Faculty Publications: Economics – May 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: […]

Faculty Publications: Human Development – May 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 […]

Faculty Publications: Geography – May 2023

Ban, H. & Kim, H.-j. (2023). Analysis and Visualization of Vessels’ RElative MOtion (REMO). ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 12(3), 115. Carter, Chris, 2023, Introduction to Human Geography Using […]

Faculty Publications: Romance, German and Russian Languages and Literatures – May 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).   […]

Faculty Publications: Chicano & Latino Studies – May 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 […]

Faculty Publications: Anthropology – May 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 […]

Faculty Publications: Communications Studies – May 2023

Kevin A. Johnson and Jennifer Asenas (Eds.). Religious Freedom v. Equal Protection: Clashing American Rights. Peter Lang Publishing. (2022). Kevin A. Johnson. “At Stake in the Rules of Communication is […]

CSULB Graduate Student, Mary Reush wins poster competion

Graduate Student, Mary Reush won 1st place for the Student Poster Competition at the Southwestern Anthropological Conference this past weekend.

Discover CLA at Day at the Beach!

College of Liberal Arts Showcase 2023 Saturday, April 15, 2023 | Upper Quad | MAP Welcome, incoming CSULB students! We are delighted that you will be joining us here at the […]