Public Lecture Series in Social Science
Fall 2013 Brown Bag Lecture Series
The Brown Bag Lecture Series is free and open to faculty, staff, students, and interested others. Bring your brown bag lunch, a drink, relax, and enjoy hearing and discussing current research by faculty in the School of Social Sciences at 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. in Stevenson 2011.
- October 15: Pat Jackson, CCJS. Title: "Photo Elicitation with Foster Children and their Relationship with Animals"
- October 22: Tom Jacobson, ENSP. Title: "The Basics of California Land Use Planning"
- October 29: Steve Estes, History. Title: "PB&J - A Cultural History of an American Staple"
- November 5: Maureen Buckley, Counseling. Title: "Impact of Parental Involvement on Academic Achievement of Latino Students"
- November 12: Melinda Milligan, Sociology. Title: "The Sociology of the Historic Home Tour"
- November 26: Julie Shulman, Counseling. Title: "Self-objectification & Sexual Well-being: Do feminist beliefs & sexual identity matter?"
Fall 2013 Women's & Gender Studies Feminist Lecture Series
Social Justice is "Feminism in Action" Thursdays, 12:00-12:50, Stevenson 1002. All lectures free and open to the public. More information is available on the Women's & Gender Studies website.
- August 29: Dr. Andreana Clay. The Hip-Hop Generation Fights Back: Youth Activism and Post-Civil Rights Politics
- September 12: Dr. Breeze Harper. Creating Critical Consciousness through Veganism
- September 26: Alicia Walters. Uplifting the Voices and Perspectives of those on the Margins
- October 3: Dr. Julia Allen. Passionate Commitments, or, How I Got Hooked on Writing a Biography and Learned About Language, Power, and Lesbian History
- October 10: Rob Diaz. Partnering with the Community to Eliminate Sexual Assault and Violence
- October 24: Amy Chevrolet. Circle of Sisters: Empowering Girls and their Families
- November 7: Kate Weber. The Invisible War: Addressing and Eradicating Military Sexual Trauma
- November 21: Dr. Cynthia Boaz. Global Women-Led Struggles and Creating Non-Violent Change