Congratulations are in order for Dr. Mustafah Dhada, (professor in the History department) for writing and publishing The Portuguese Massacre of Wiriyamu in Colonial Mozambique, 1964-2013 available on Amazon in several formats -Kindle, hardback or paperback.
Jason Sumich at H-Net Reviews in the Humanities & Social Sciences (November 2016) reviews Dr. Dhada's book extensively.
Also, please read this article in the Observador for further details about his book.
Note: For English readers as you open the article in the Observador you are given an option for translation at the top of the page.
What makes a speaker boring or interesting to listen to?
Dr. Marit MacArthur’s recent research, supported in 2015-16 by an ACLS Digital Innovations Fellowship, analyzes pitch and speaking rate patterns in performative speech, especially poetry readings.
Learn more about digital analyses of poetry by Dr. MacArthur and check out Sounding Out! which she co-authored with Lee M. Miller.
Join our faculty and bike to CSUB!
Become part of the Runner Ride program which allows students and employees with a valid CSUB ID to check out a bike for the day.
Check out information about the Runner Ride Bike Share program and start riding a bike to class or work!
Did we mention how much easier it is to find parking with a bike?
Congratulations to Dr. Stafford Betty, our Religious Studies professor who has recently published his new book titled, When Did You Ever Become Less by Dying available via Amazon.com.
In this book Professor Stafford Betty pulls together the best evidences for survival of death. The very best, he maintains, come from psychical research. The near-death experience, deathbed visions, reincarnational memories of children, communication from the so-called dead through mediums, apparitions, poltergeists, spirits that reach out to us through electronic instruments, spirits that attach themselves to our bodies, and episodes of terminal lucidity in Alzheimer's patients are all included. Betty brings together memorable examples and careful analysis of each type of evidence. He shows that life after death, as mysterious as it is, should no longer be regarded as a mere hypothesis, but, like dark matter and energy, a very likely fact.
Dr. Debra Jackson (Philosophy) has done it again!
Her essay "Answering the Call: Crisis Intervention and Rape Survivor Advocacy as Witnessing Trauma" has been published in Critical Trauma Studies: Violence, Conflict, and Memory in Everyday Life which was edited by Monica Casper and Eric Wertheimer (New York University Press).
Recently, Dr. Jackie Kegley (Professor of Philosophy) presented a paper titled, "The Obligations of Philosophers" at the annual American Philosophical Association (APA) meeting in Washington, D.C.
Her paper so impressed Dr. M.G. Piety, an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Drexel University that she mentioned Dr. Kegley's paper and SOPHIA (Society of Philosophers in America) in her blog Piety on Kierkegaard.
Congratulations to Dr. Debra Jackson (Philosophy) for the publication of her article, “Throwing Like a Slayer: A Phenomenology of Gender Hybridity and Female Resilience in Buffy the Vampire Slayer” in Slayage: The Journal of Whedon Studies, 14.1 , Winter 2016.
The faculty at AH are amazing! Please visit this page often to hear about what they are doing for our school.