Drawing on transnational and Arab American feminist theory, Dr. Therese Saliba, professor of Middle East Studies and Feminism at The Evergreen State College, examines the gendered impacts of post-9/11 detentions, as well as the community alliances forged in resistance to this heightened security state.
Former head baseball coach John Herbold, two-time volleyball All-American Korina Kemp, men's soccer star Morten Marthinsen and Monica Tokoro, the holder of several career records in women's basketball, will be inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame.
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Are you a Cal State L.A. spoken word or performance artist? Join us for an evening of spoken word and other performances that address issues that we’re not supposed to talk about in our personal lives and communities. Share your Dirty Laundry and join the Pan African Student Resource Center and the Cross Cultural Centers as we bring the provocative and the funny to you. Sign-up required. Please see January 6 calendar entry for details. #DirtyLaundry #SpokenWord #TheCCC
Marcelo Ridenti is a professor of sociology at the University of Campinas in Brazil and the 2014-15 Cardoso Visiting Professor at Columbia University. His research focuses on the culture of the Cold War and the internationalization of Brazilian artists and intellectuals. His publications include Brasilidade revolucionária (2010); Em busca do povo brasileiro (2000); O fantasma da revol. brasileira (1993); and L’intellectuel, l’État et la Nation (2006).
Dr. Myra Hird, professor of environmental studies at Queens University, will discuss material engagements with sexual difference and reproduction (including the nonhuman). #CSGS #CalStateLAFeminists #TheCCC
A theatrical collage, this powerful piece is both entertaining and empowering as it weaves a fabric of storytelling, music, and spoken word to address American injustice and celebrate the narratives of those that remain resilient through it all.