Teresa Velásquez (anthropology) discussed the violence associated with the extraction economy in Latin America, Jeremy Murray (history) was a panelist at the Wilson China Fellowship Conference, Meredith Conroy (political science) weighed in on who may seek the GOP presidential nomination and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed for an article on some people of color getting involved in far-right extremist movements.
Brian Levin (criminal justice), Stacey Fraser (music), Kristi Papailler (theatre arts) and Viktor Wang (education) were included in recent news coverage.
The new book on the civil rights movement in the Pacific Northwest by Marc Robinson (history) was the focus of an article, and Nerea Marteache (criminal justice) co-wrote a study on the relationship between urban tourism and crime.
Marc Robinson (history) was interviewed about his forthcoming book, “Washington State Rising, Black Power on Campus in the Pacific Northwest,” which shines a light on the Black Power movement in his hometown of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.
This is the 57th refereed book by Viktor Wang, associate professor of educational leadership and technology, and covers topics such as andragogical leadership, instructional technology, and digital andragogy.
The book, which includes several CSUSB contributors, explores the scholarly research related to autism inclusion, disability inclusion, disability studies, communication, critical scholarship, education, education reform and educational leadership.
The book continues to document the history of Latino baseball and softball focusing on the South Bay area of Southern California and is the 18th book produced by the Latino Baseball History Project, housed at CSUSB’s John M. Pfau Library.
Arianna Huhn (anthropology) discussed an exhibit on Afro-Latin culture coming to the CSUSB Anthropology Museum in fall 2023, and Viktor Wang (education) has published his latest book.
The latest book is the 56th refereed book by Viktor Wang, associate professor of educational leadership and technology, and covers topics such as critical race design, toxic leadership and adult learning.