Faculty Publications: American Studies – March 2023

2023 Justin Gomer and Shaun Ossei-Owusu, “Coaching While Black: Race, Leadership, and the National Football League.” Journal of Sport and Social Issues print forthcoming; early online access at https://doi.org/10.1177/01937235221144435) (Peer-Reviewed) 2023 Brett Mizelle, “Epidemics, the Mass […]

Faculty Publications: English – March 2023

Carlile, Susan. “Teaching the Lady’s Museum and Sophia: Imperialism, Early Feminism, and Beyond.” with Karenza Sutton-Bennett. ABO: Interactive Journal for Women in the Arts, 1640-1830. vol.12: no.1, Article 7, 2022. https://digitalcommons.usf.edu/abo/vol12/iss1/7/ Carlile, Susan. […]

Faculty Publications: Political Science – March 2023

Liesl Haas and Richard Haesly (2023). “This One New Humanity: Can Multi-Ethnic Churches Be Spaces for Racial Reconciliation?” Journal of Religion and Society 25 (1): forthcoming. XueYing Hu and Teresa Wright, “Developments […]

Faculty Publications: Classics – March 2023

Hogan, Andrew. “Record of Sales at Auction” In Emily Cole, Andrew Hogan, & Todd Hickey (eds.) “Of exceptional interest and importance”: Papyri Curated by Affiliates of The Center for the […]

Faculty Publications: Sociology – March 2023

Alimahomed-Wilson, Jake. 2022. “Choke Points et Lutte Antiraciste [Choke Points and the Fight Against Racism].” Mouvements, 2(3): 26-35. Reese, Ellen and Jake Alimahomed-Wilson. 2022. “Teamsters Confront Amazon: An Initial Assessment.” New Labor Forum, 31(3): […]

Faculty Publications: Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies

Hope Hassberg, Analena, Araceli Esparza, Lori Baralt, and Sabrina Alimahomed-Wilson. 2022. “Narratives of Gendered and Racialized Carework: Feminist Faculty of Color Organizing During the Pandemic.” Journal of Feminist Scholarship 21 (Fall): 22-45. […]

Faculty Publications: Asian and Asian American Studies – March 2023

Ha, K. (2022). Epistemic stance in Korean assessment pairs: The role of evidential and non-evidential sentence-ending suffixes. Discourse Studies 24(6), 692–718. Lin, May, and R. Varisa Patraporn. 2022. “The Invest in Youth Long […]

CSULB Moot Court Advances to the Sweet 16 for the 13th Straight Season

The team advanced to the Sweet 16 for the 13th straight season and one of our students was named a top orator. The team dominated the national written brief competition, […]

Employee of the Month (December 2022)

Katy Calen – Lead Interpreter and American Sign Language and Deaf Cultures (ASLD) Program Coordinator – Linguistic Awarded Monday, December 12, 2022, via Zoom Virtual celebration. Katy was joined by […]

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