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Department of Liberal Studies Interdisciplinary Conference Presents “The Work of Exile” A multi-day conference exploring the intellectual, artistic, and scientific work of political exiles in Southern California during the twentieth century. For a detailed list of talks, paper titles and speakers, click on the image to the left.

Department of Liberal Studies Interdisciplinary Conference Presents “The Work of Exile”

A multi-day conference exploring the intellectual, artistic, and scientific work of political exiles in Southern California during the twentieth century. For a detailed list of talks, paper titles and speakers, click on the image to the left.

 
Chairman Ed Royce Holds Mock Hearing for Cal State DC Students Our very own Cal State DC Students participate in a unique, out-of-the-classroom experience. They attended a Committee on Foreign Affairs and Chairman Royce held a "mock" hearing where he became the witness and asked the students to participate in a formal hearing with questions.

Chairman Ed Royce Holds Mock Hearing for Cal State DC Students

Our very own Cal State DC Students participate in a unique, out-of-the-classroom experience. They attended a Committee on Foreign Affairs and Chairman Royce held a "mock" hearing where he became the witness and asked the students to participate in a formal hearing with questions.

 
Arroyo Pesquero Archaeological Project Uncovers Mysterious Carved Jadeite Artifacts, Setting Mainstream Archaeology News Outfits Abuzz Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology Program Coordinator, Dr. Carl Wendt, stated that "The iconography is pretty difficult to interpret; it's definitely not clear” adding “it seems to be an abstract representation, I believe, of a cob of corn”. Click on the image to read more about these mysterious artifacts, and their possible origins

Arroyo Pesquero Archaeological Project Uncovers Mysterious Carved Jadeite Artifacts, Setting Mainstream Archaeology News Outfits Abuzz

Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology Program Coordinator, Dr. Carl Wendt, stated that "The iconography is pretty difficult to interpret; it's definitely not clear” adding “it seems to be an abstract representation, I believe, of a cob of corn”. Click on the image to read more about these mysterious artifacts, and their possible origins

 
DC Scholars Program Celebrates 10th Anniversary The College of Humanities & Social Sciences recently played host to the 10th anniversary celebration of the DC Scholars Program, which over the past decade has afforded more than 350 students with the opportunity to intern for elected officials, lobbying groups, media outlets, executive agencies, museums, and more.

DC Scholars Program Celebrates 10th Anniversary

The College of Humanities & Social Sciences recently played host to the 10th anniversary celebration of the DC Scholars Program, which over the past decade has afforded more than 350 students with the opportunity to intern for elected officials, lobbying groups, media outlets, executive agencies, museums, 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
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.
Join us as we celebrate the music, culture and rhetoric of Hip Hop's innovation and community through rap performances, dance, research presentations, film and interactive talks. Friday, April 10th 9:00 am - 4:30 pm TSU, Pavilions AB Student rap contest winners announced and will perform at close of event.
An examination of Law Enforcement, Community Action and Justice Regarding the Michael Brown Homicide. Monday, April 13th 11:30 am - 12:30 pm Pollack Library North-130 Hear first hand from Dr. Hillary Potter whose research focuses on the critical analysis of the intersections of race, gender and class as they relate to crime and violence.
Join us on Annual Psychology Day brought to you by the faculty and students of the College of HSS, Psychology Department April 14, 2015 9am to 2pm TSU Pavilion "Why are we Rude and Biased?" A scientific perspective from the Etiquette Diva and the Identity Guru Speakers: Journalist Amy Alkon Professor Thierry Devos
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences Division of Anthropology presents: Recent Research on the Middle Formative Olmec Tuesday, April 14, 2015 4 - 6 pm Humanities, Room 123
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences invite you to: The Rietveld Lecture A Nation Mourns: The Death of Abraham Lincoln Thursday, April 16th 7pm Mackey Auditorium Presentation by Dr. Ronald Rietveld Professor Emeritus of History
Join us for the Inaugural Lecture of the Global Studies Speaker Series. Globalization and History: New Paradigm or Trojan Horse? Wednesday, April 22, 2015 4pm Mihaylo 1506