Meet and mingle with your newly elected 2018-2019 ASI Administration and University-Student Union Board of Directors.
How would our view of literature and art change if we took “attachment” as a defining concept? This talk by Rita Felski of the University of Virginia focuses on two common aesthetic ties. The focus is on what carries weight in our experience of art: the significance and salience of ties. Reception before the lecture in the Cross Cultural Centers starting at 4:15 p.m.
Join us to learn more about Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Cal State L.A. and to recognize the achievements of those graduating with a minor or post baccalaureate certificate in WGSS.
Graduate students of the American Communities Program 2017-2018 Interdisciplinary Working Group share their research on the intersections of human/nonhuman relations and the ways such interactions may structure civil societies. Presented at the 23rd annual Significations Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference. For full conference information and time/location of this panel, visit http://www.calstatela.edu/academic/english/gconf.php.
Join the Asian Pacific Islander Student Resource Center and the Vietnamese Student Association as we commemorate the fall of Sài Gòn and its impact on Southeast Asia (SEA). We will be screening Bolinao 52 – The Vietnamese Boat Refugees followed by a discussion with Southeast Asian community workers, scholars and artists.
Presented in conjunction with his stage show entitled The Best Seat In The House, a retrospective exhibition of acclaimed photographer Ethan Russell’s prolific career will be on display in the Luckman Gallery. In 1968, Ethan Russell was a young American with a Nikon camera living in London and aspiring to become a writer. A few years later he was one of the foremost rock and roll photographers in the world. He is the only photographer to have shot album covers for The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and The Who.