Kate Liszka and David Yaghoubian (history), Brian Levin (criminal justice) and Anthony Silard (public administration) were included in recent news coverage.
In a lecture with CSUSB history associate professor Kate Liszka, learn how various tombs were broken into in antiquity, how the Egyptians designed their tombs in an attempt to ward off tomb robbers, and how the tomb robbers were tried and punished for their crimes.
A dual major in history and Arabic language literature and culture, Zakher was awarded the prestigious Provost Fellowship for Ph.D. studies in Comparative Literature at UC Davis.
The children of W. Benson Harer, longtime supporter of CSUSB, donated more than 2,200 books worth over $300,000 to the university’s library and RAFFMA.
Tara Prakash, assistant professor of ancient art at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, is the W. Benson Harer Egyptology Scholar in Residence for fall.
Ancient Egypt is more than a history subject for CSUSB assistant professor Kate Liszka. It’s also a great means of learning about where the world has come from, said Liszka, who is the Pamela and Benson Harer Fellow specializing in Egyptology.
Dr. W. Benson Harer, a longtime supporter of Cal State San Bernardino and the university’s Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art (RAFFMA), has pledged $900,000 to establish the W. Benson Harer Egyptology Scholar in Residence.
The Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art at CSUSB will present “Tomb Robbery in Ancient Egypt,” a lecture by Kate Liszka, assistant professor of history and the Pamela and Dr. Benson Harer fellow.
Comm studies students of Lilana Conlisk Gallegos shared a multi-media project on diversity, Kate Liszka wrote on her preservation work in Egypt, and anthropology professor emerita Frances Berdan contributed to research on turquoise in Mesoamerica.