Please join us as we talk to another CSUB professor in our new series - Conversations with a CSUB Professor. We are continuing our series with Dr. Liora Gubkin, a Religious Studies professor and the Director of the Institute for Religion, Education, and Public Policy (IREPP).
Art Professor Sarah Vanderlip's ART 3300: Sculpture class created interesting pieces for their site-specific assignment.
The Dia de los Muertos commemoration was put on by MLL students in SPAN 3370: Food in the Latino Experience. It was a class assignment to present their interpretation of an "altar" display demonstrating their understanding of the significance of Day of the Dead. The event also included participation by student groups M.E.Ch.A., U.N.I.R., and the Student Art Society. They also had traditional pan dulce (sweet breads) and hot chocolate, along with activities for students (sugar skull painting, papel picado, and loteria).
Dr. Bill Kelley, Jr. presented his paper " Dialogical Networks: Some questions within a community of community-arts" while attending a conference at Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum für Gegenwart in Berlin.
To learn more about the conference, visit their site.
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