CSULB Wins Second American Moot Court Association’s (AMCA) Oral Advocacy National Championship!

For the second straight year, CSULB’s Moot Court Program has produced a national champion.  Over the weekend of January 21-23, CSULB Seniors Vaishalee Chaudhary and Marco Romero won the American Moot Court Association’s (AMCA) Oral Advocacy National Championship.   This is CSULB’s second national championship in oral advocacy.  Only one other school has more—and just one […]

On Campus Services for COVID-19 Testing

First Week of Spring 2022 Testing Site Extended Hours Monday 8AM-6PM January 24 CSULB Chartroom & CSULB Pyramid Tuesday 8AM-6PM January 25 CSULB Chartroom & CSULB Pyramid Wednesday 8AM-5PM January 26 CSULB Chartroom & CSULB Pyramid Thursday 8AM-5PM January 27 CSULB Chartroom Friday 8AM-3PM January 28 CSULB Chartroom Appointments are HIGHLY RECOMMENDED at CSULB Testing […]

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. See the descriptions below detailing how CLA faculty advance the anti-racist messaging of Black Lives Matter through assignments, readings, […]

Faculty Publications: Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literature – Winter Break 2021-2022

Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literature Twenty-one entries from the department of Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literature. The entries include studies of Spain and popular culture, as well as studies of German culture, art, and philosophy. Gasior, Bonnie. “Década de 1930: La autobiografía y el <<raro perfil psicológico>> de <<el mejor poeta de su […]

Faculty Publications: Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies – Winter Break 2021-2022

Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Ten entries from the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Entries include a new edition of Christopher Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta, as well as studies of Iberia, Spain, and the Mediterranean during the medieval period. Gasior, Bonnie. “Década de 1930: La autobiografía y el <<raro perfil psicológico>> de […]

Faculty Publications: Linguistics – Winter Break 2021-2022

Linguistics Two entries from the department of Linguistics. The entries include studies of the Hoocąk language and of near-peer mentoring in an undergraduate research training program. Panick, Sean & Nancy Hall (forthcoming). The evolution of r-nasalization in Hoocąk. To appear in Linguistic Vanguard. Abeywardana, S. U., Velasco, S., Hall, Nancy, Dillon, J., & Chun, C. A. […]

Faculty Publications: Journalism & Public Relations – Winter Break 2021-2022

Journalism & Public Relations Twelve entries from the department of Journalism & Public Relations. The entries include regional studies of Southern California and Central and Eastern Europe and Russia, as well as studies of activism, communication and disease, and teaching experiences and strategies. Bell, Trevor, Noar, S. M., & Lazard, A. J. (2021). Narrative vs. […]

Faculty Publications: Economics – Winter Break 2021-2022

Economics Seven entries from the department of Economics. The entries include economic studies of China and Russia. Hou, Jack. “COVID-19 impact on Chinese Firm investment—Evidence from China,” Journal of Asian Economics, 75(4):101320, August 2021. DOI: 10.1016/j.asieco.2021.101320.  Joint with Jie Jiang (Sichuan University), Cangyu Wang (Sichuan University), and Haiyue Liu (Sichuan University). SSCI journal.  —. “Does […]

Faculty Publications: Chicano/Latino Studies – Winter Break 2021-2022

Chicano/Latino Studies Seven entries from the department of Chicano and Latino Studies. The entries include studies of incarceration, migration, and activism from a global, U.S., and Mexican perspective. Rosas, Abigail. “Introduction: Enduring Dangers of Essentializing Labor and Laborers.” Special Issue: The Enduring Dangers of Essentializing Labor and Laborers, Abigail Rosas and Ana Elizabeth Rosas, eds. […]

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. See the descriptions below detailing how CLA faculty advance the anti-racist messaging of Black Lives Matter through assignments, readings, […]