News - November 2013 - College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Monday, November 18, 2013
»Judy Bluehorse Skelton, Indigenous Nations Studies faculty, presented “Reclaiming the Urban Forest for Food, Medicine and Ceremony: A Collaborative Process” at the second annual Tribal Green Summit, hosted by the Snoqualmie Tribe of Washington in Portland
»Cynthia-Lou Coleman, Communication faculty, was one of 12 international scholars invited to participate in a three-day risk communication workshop, titled “Marine Health Matters,” sponsored by the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis and
»John Hall, Economics and International Studies faculty, organized the panel “Methodology, Ontology, and Institutional Evolution” and presented the co-authored paper “Thorstein Veblen and Evolutionary Methodology: Establishing His Three Approaches” at the
»Jay Gopalakrishnan, Mathematics and Statistics faculty, has given invited talks and lectures around the world in the past six months. In June, he gave an invited talk at the Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations: Theory, Algorithms and thei
»Yasmeen Hanoosh, World Languages and Literatures faculty, presented her paper, “The Exilic and the Other: Iraqi Fiction in Diaspora and the Discursive Reenactment of Ethno-Religious Identities,” at the Arabic Literature: Migration, Diaspora, Exile, Estran
»Eva Nunez, World Languages and Literature faculty, chaired the panel “Diachronic Applications in Spanish Linguistics” and presented “A Case Study in the Confusion of Bilabial and Labiodental Sounds in Spanish” at the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language As
»Susan Wladaver-Morgan, Pacific Historical Review staff, chaired and commented on a session, titled “‘The National Question’ Down Under: 19th- and 20th-Century Australian Exhibitions and Nationalism,” at the North American Conference on British Studies ann
»Angie Mejia, Chicano Latino Studies faculty, co-authored an article, "From Madres to Mujeristas: Latinas Making Change with Photovoice," published in the journal Action Research, Oct. 4.
»Jennifer R. Perlmutter, World Languages and Literatures faculty, authored an article, titled “Knowledge, Authority, and the Bewitching Jew in Early Modern France,” published in Jewish Social Studies, Vo. 19, No.1, 2012.
»Melinda Glover, Center for Japanese Studies faculty, received a $950 grant from the Japan-United States Friendship Commission and the Northeast Asia Council of the Association for Asian Studies, in support of a lecture on Jan. 30 by Dr. Carol Gluck, Sanso