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Two members of Wadi el-Hudi Expedition at archaeological excavation site in Egypt.
June 5, 2024

Kate Liszka, the Benson and Pamela Harer Fellow in Egyptology and professor of history, is the recipient of the RSM Archaeological Field Research Grant from the American Research Center in Egypt with USAID funding.

CSU 2024 Juneteenth graphic
June 3, 2024

Set for June 13-14, the Juneteenth Symposium is designed to elevate the celebration and recognition of African American history and achievements while promoting and sustaining the anti-racism work underway across the CSU’s 23 campuses.

Geoffrey Demke
May 19, 2024

Geoffrey Demke, who lives in Indio, received a bachelor of arts degree in history at this year’s CSUSB College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Commencement ceremony, which took place on May 17 at the Toyota Arena in Ontario.

‘Something Happened in Our Town’  book cover
May 2, 2024

The authors, Marianne Celano, Marietta Collins and Ann Hazard, will participate in a conversation about their book, which aims to answer children’s questions about traumatic events “and to help children identify and counter racial injustice in their own lives.”

Netflix publicity photo for the docu-drama film, “Rustin.” Background was expanded via AI.
April 22, 2024

“Rustin” tells the story of Baynard Rustin, the late civil rights leader who organized the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, where Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech.

JHBC, Faculty in the News
April 17, 2024

Montgomery Van Wart (public administration), Cary Barber (history) and Miranda McIntyre (psychology) collaborated on a study that examined the likelihood of another U.S. civil war; Jim Estes (finance) offered tips on how to select the least expensive auto liability insurance; Brian Levin (criminal justice, emeritus) was interviewed by news media about incidents of antisemitism, racism and bias against the LGBTQ community; and Barbara Flores (education, emeritus) commented on a state Assembly bill that would mandate that reading instruction be aligned with the “science of reading.”

Sarah Dauncey
April 16, 2024

The talk by Sarah Dauncey is a presentation of the Disability Studies Lecture Series and the Modern China Lecture Series, and will be shared on Zoom beginning at 10:30 a.m. Friday, April 19. Register in advance.

Beth Lew-Williams, professor of history at Princeton University and an Organization of American Historians Distinguished Lecturer.
April 10, 2024

Beth Lew-Williams, professor of history at Princeton University and an Organization of American Historians Distinguished Lecturer, will present “John Doe Chinaman: Race and Law in the American West,” a talk that is part of CSUSB’s Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month programming.

Anthony Ortega
April 8, 2024

Anthony Ortega, a Cal State San Bernardino alumnus who is the hospital’s historian and a licensed clinical social worker, shared his presentation as a precursor to a CSUSB museum tour that will take place in late April, just before mental health awareness month in May.