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H&SS Commemorates Black History Month with over 20 events Throughout the month of February, the College of H&SS is proud to play host to a collection of ceremonies, festivals, fairs, and more commemorating Black History Month. To see how you can get involved, check out the full list of events and sponsors by clicking on the headline above.

H&SS Commemorates Black History Month with over 20 events

Throughout the month of February, the College of H&SS is proud to play host to a collection of ceremonies, festivals, fairs, and more commemorating Black History Month. To see how you can get involved, check out the full list of events and sponsors by clicking on the headline above.

 
H&SS Commemorate Women’s History Month with 10 events throughout the month of March The College of H&SS is proud to play host to a collection of lectures, film screenings, and performances which includes a “Women’s and Gender Studies Alumni Panel”. Check out the full list of events by clicking on the image to the left.

H&SS Commemorate Women’s History Month with 10 events throughout the month of March

The College of H&SS is proud to play host to a collection of lectures, film screenings, and performances which includes a “Women’s and Gender Studies Alumni Panel”. Check out the full list of events by clicking on the image to the left.

 
Have you completed your Grad check? Ordered Supplies? Know where to park? Don't wait! The application deadline for summer graduation is February 27th. Get the answers to all of your questions by clicking on the image to the left.

Have you completed your Grad check? Ordered Supplies? Know where to park?

Don't wait! The application deadline for summer graduation is February 27th. Get the answers to all of your questions by clicking on the image to the left.

 
Commemorating 40 Years of Southeast Asian Diasporas This event will feature talks, exhibits, film screenings and more! For a full list of events, dates and times visit the link above.

Commemorating 40 Years of Southeast Asian Diasporas

This event will feature talks, exhibits, film screenings and more! For a full list of events, dates and times visit the link above.

 
Division of Politics, Administration, and Justice presents Wrongful Conviction Event Scheduled Talks will include “In Their Own Words: Experiences of the Wrongfully Convicted” by Exonerees Tom Goldstein & Obie Anthony, and more.

Division of Politics, Administration, and Justice presents Wrongful Conviction Event

Scheduled Talks will include “In Their Own Words: Experiences of the Wrongfully Convicted” by Exonerees Tom Goldstein & Obie Anthony, and more.

 
Moot Court Teams Head to National Tournament Two of the three teams made it into the elimination rounds. In the brief writing portion of the competition, Titans Jamie Butts and Briana Flores won third overall on the respondent side, while Matheus Kanu and Daniel Kanu won 10th place.

Moot Court Teams Head to National Tournament

Two of the three teams made it into the elimination rounds. In the brief writing portion of the competition, Titans Jamie Butts and Briana Flores won third overall on the respondent side, while Matheus Kanu and Daniel Kanu won 10th place.

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Calendar of Events

College of Humanities and Social Sciences Events Calendar for Cal State Fullerton

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Month-long calendar of events: Tuesday, March 3rd: President Lecture with Noura Erakat. Radical Loving and Resistance: BDS as a feminist issue The Marriot, 6pm Wednesday, March 4th: Women and Walls Film Screening. When Will the Punishment End H212, 4pm Thursday, March 5th: Conversation on the BDS Movement with Students for Justice in Palestine H212, 4pm Tuesday, March 10th: Dr. Mimi Kim from INCITE! Gender Violence, State Violence, and the Dangers of Carceral Feminism PLS 363, 2pm Wednesday, March 11th: Women and Walls Film Screening Crime After Crime H212, 4pm Thursday, March 12th: Oral History Performance: Showcasing Fringe Narratives: Grassroots Latina Activists in Southern California, Performed by students, Carie Rael, Natalie Navar, and Kevin Cabrera with an introduction by Dr. Natalie Fousekis. H212, 1pm Monday, March 16th: Chong-Suk Han, As Long as You Dont Act the Fool Ontiveros ABC, 1pm Monday, March 16th: Film Screening: The Punk Singer Presented by WGSSA H212, 4pm Wednesday, March 18th: Women and Walls Film Screening: Roadmap to Apartheid Presented by Students for Justice in Palestine H212, 4pm Thursday, March 19th: Women and Gender Studies Alumni Panel H212, 6pm
Join us for Southeast Asian Legacies Film Week March 3rd - March 5th Free and open to the public Films include: Saigon USA Journey from the Fall Paulina Precious Cargo Still I Strive Heaven and Earth AKA Bonus
Southeast Asian Legacies Symposium March 6, 2015 Titan Student Union, CSUF Title: SEA Legacies: Commemorating 40 Years of Southeast Asian Diasporas The goals of the symposium are to commemorate the formation of Southeast Asian diasporic communities in the US over the past 40 years and to educate students and the community about Southeast Asian American heritages, experiences, and histories. Events in no particular order: A. Keynote: Dr. Viet Nguyen, Departments of English and American Studies and Ethnicity, USC B. Panel: Vietnamese American Authors: Telling Diasporic Stories from Vietnam to the US C. Panel: Southeast Asian Experiences D. Panel: The Fall of Saigon: Political Background and Military Context E. Roundtable: Alumni Experiences: Intergenerational Dialogue F. Panel: CBOs JOBs: Get to Know Local Community Organizations and Resources G. Roundtable: Lets Get Engaged! Students Share Opportunities for Campus and Community Involvement and Service.) H. Panel: Preserving and Sharing Our Stories: The Role of Southeast Asian Oral History Projects and Archives I. Digital Photo Exhibit: Vietnamese Americans: A Self-Portrait of a People J. Exhibit: Letters from Vietnam K. Film Series: Visual Stories of Diaspora: An Exploration of Southeast Asian History and Life through Films L. Panel: Beyond the Fall of Saigon: National, Community, and Identity Formation in the US and Vietnam M. Panel: Global Perspectives on the Vietnam War N. Panel: National Resource Center for Asian Languages and Vietnamese Literacy Development for Dual Language Immersion O. Closing Performances: Southeast Asian American Expression and Performance The SEA Legacies Symposium is generously sponsored by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and by Dr. Craig K. Ihara. The SEA Legacies Symposium is organized by faculty, students, and staff of Asian American Studies, Modern Languages and Literatures, History, American Studies, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Communications, Education, the HSS Office of Development, the CSUF Office of State and Community Relations, the Vietnamese Students Association, the Cambodian Students Association, and the Asian Pacific American Resource Center, and in collaboration with community partners. Please contact Dr. Eliza Noh at enoh@fullerton.edu for more information.
SOCIOLOGY WEEK GENDER: FACTS and FICTIONS California State University, Fullerton MARCH 9-MARCH 12 Titan Student Union Monday, March 9 a. 10:00 AM CSUF President Mildred Garca Women Leaders in America: Its Where We Go From Here That Really Matters TSU Theatre b. 11:30 AM Academic Panel CSUF Sociology faculty discuss institutions, medicine and criminal justice TSU Theatre c. 2-4 PM Undergraduate and Graduate Student Poster Session Alvarado Tuesday, March 10 a. 11:00 AM CSUF Director of Athletics, Mr. Jim Donovan Sport and Gender Pavilion C b. 12 Noon Graduate Panel: Being a Successful Graduate Student CSUF Faculty and Graduate Student Presenters Pavilion C c. 2:30 PM CSUF Students Present Their Research Pavilion C d. 4:00 PM AKD Sociology Honor Society Induction and Reception Pavilion C Thursday March 12 American Sociological Association Pitirim Sorokin Lecture Dr. Elijah Anderson, Yale University Pavilion A 11:30 AM The White Space" and the Iconic Ghetto Since the end of the Civil Rights Movement, large numbers of black people have made their way into settings previously occupied only by whites, though their reception has been mixed. Overwhelmingly white neighborhoods, schools, workplaces, restaurants, and other public spaces remain. Blacks perceive such settings as the white space, which they often consider to be informally off limits for people like them. Meanwhile, despite the growth of an enormous black middle class, many whites assume that the natural black space is that destitute and fearsome locality so commonly featured in the public media, including popular books, music and videos, and the TV newsthe iconic ghetto. White people typically avoid black space, but black people are required to navigate the white space as a condition of their existence
1pm - Dr. Michael Radelet How the Discovery of Erroneous Convictions Has Affected Contemporary Death Penalty Debates 2:30pm - Dr. Simon Cole Rosa Greenbaum Fingerprints, Innocence and Investigation 4pm - Exonerees | Tom Goldstein Obie Anthony In Their Own Words: Experiences of the Wrongfully Convicted 7pm - Dr. Saundra Westervelt and Dr. Kimberly Cook Life After Death Row: Exonerees Search for Community and Identity
April 10-11, 2015 This interdisciplinary conference explores the intellectual, artistic, and scientific work of political exiles in Southern California during the twentieth century. Drawing scholars from across the United States and from several continents, the conference considers how works of exiles mediate the tensions between past and present, here and there; whether or how the experience of exile in Southern California had a significant influence on their work; and whether or in what ways this work has left a lasting impact on the region. The conference is hosted by the Department of Liberal Studies at California State University, Fullerton.