*Dr. Joseph A. Bailey II Fellow
Dr. Choi Chatterjee, Professor of History
Dr. Maria Karafilis, Professor of English
Dr. Molly Talcott, Assistant Professor of Sociology
Dr. Mark Wild, Associate Professor of History
Rob DeChaine, Associate Professor, Department of Liberal Studies
Kate Sullivan, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology
Talia Bettcher, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy
Patrick Sharp, Associate Professor, Department of Liberal Studies
Michael Willard*, Assistant Professor, Department of Liberal Studies
Manuel Aguilar, Professor, Department of Art
Beth Baker-Cristales*, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology
Andrew Knighton, Assistant Professor, Department of English
Marilyn Elkins*, Professor, Department of English
Maria Karafilis (deferred), Associate Professor, Department of English
Suzanne Regan, Professor, Department of Communication Studies
Hema Chari, Professor, Department of English
Robert Dechaine, Associate Professor, Department of Liberal Studies
Alejandra Marchevsky*, Associate Professor, Department of Liberal Studies
John Kennedy, Associate Professor, Department of Music
Micol Seigel*, Assistant Professor, Department of Liberal Studies
Michael Willard, Assistant Professor, Department of Liberal Studies
Michelle Hawley, Assistant Professor, Department of English
San San Kwan, Assistant Professor, Department of Theater Arts and Dance
Lauri Ramey*, Associate Professor, Department of English
Bryant Alexander*, Associate Professor, Department of Communication Studies
Lena Chao, Associate Professor, Department of Communication Studies
Maria Karafilis, Assistant Professor, Department of English
Below please find a list of some of the publications, presentations, and installations funded by ACP fellowships.
Manuel Aguilar, "Walls of Passion; The Murals of Los Angeles," a photo-documentary exhibit installed at the Art Gallery, CSULA and the Mexican Consulate, Los Angeles, CA, 2009.
Bryant Alexander, “Placement and Displacement of Black Identity: The Case of Migration across Borders from Campus to Community.” In B. K. Alexander. Performing Black Masculinity: Race, Culture, and Queer Identity. Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press, 2006: 33-67.
Beth Baker-Cristales, “Structuring Race: Black and Brown in Los Angeles,” invited Presidential Session, American Anthropological Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA, December 2009.
Hema Chari, “Transnational Identities: In/Excluding Nation and Self,” the American Literature Association, San Francisco, CA, May 2008.
Rob DeChaine, ed. Border Rhetorics: Charting Enactments of Citizenship and Identity on the U.S.-Mexico Frontier. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P. [Forthcoming, 2012]; Bordering the Civic Imaginary: Alienization, Fence Logic, and the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps. Quarterly Journal of Speech 95 (2009): 43-65; Imagined Immunities. In Interdisciplinarity and Social Justice, eds. M. Romero, J. Parker & R. Samantrai. Forthcoming from SUNY Press.
Jazmin Delgado, CSULA graduate student, Department of English and ACP Research Assistant, "A Machine for Reading (in): Discipline and Modularity in Postwar American Public Library Architecture," Conscripted Subjects: Disciplined Society, Critique, and the Humanities; UCLA Comparative Literature Graduate Student Conference, February 24th and 25th, 2011.
Marilyn Elkins, (With Cynthia Caywood and Carlton Floyd). Introduction and editing. “August Wilson,” College Literature 36.2 [Spring 2009], iv-xv. 1-171. An edition devoted to the work of August Wilson, the volume is a refereed publication.
Maria Karafilis, “The Jewish Ghetto in Mary Antin and her Contemporaries,” American Literary Realism, Winter 2010 (42)2: 129-150; “The Traumatic Sublime and American Democracy.” American Studies Association, Washington DC, November 2005; “Trauma, Race, and the Unassimilated.” American Studies Association, Hartford, CT, October 2003.
Andrew Knighton, "Hollywood Panoramatics: Nathanael West's Baroque Modernity." Literature Interpretation Theory 21:3 (July-September 2010), pp. 145-162; "Speaking Volumes: The Utopian Syntax of American Postwar Public Library Architecture,” presented at Libraries in the History of Print Culture, Center for the History of Print Culture, Madison, WI (Sept 2010); "Modernity, The City, and Liquidity: Henry Blake Fuller’s ‘Seething Floods,’” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association, New Orleans, (April 2010).
Lauri Ramey, “Border Crossing with the Slave Songs.” In Slave Songs and the Birth of African American Poetry (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008); L. Ramey, editor, The Heritage Series of Black Poetry, 1962-1975: A Research Compendium (Ashgate, 2008).
Patrick Sharp, "Science, Gender, Colonialism, and Science Fiction." Department of Ethnic Studies. University of California, Riverside: April 22, 2011; "New Worlds: Science, Colonialism, and Science Fiction." East Los Angeles College Chemistry and Biology Club. East Los Angeles College: February 16, 2011; "Amazonian Flowers: Gender, Science, and Fiction in the Early Twentieth Century." American Studies Association Conference. San Antonio: November 19, 2010; "Racial Hygiene, Sexual Selection, and Science Fiction before the Golden Age." Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts Conference. Indianapolis: October 30, 2010; "The Amazon's Conquer Sexual Selection: Gillmore's Angel Island." Science Fiction Research Association Conference. Carefree, AZ: June 24, 2010.