College of Humanities

Events

CSUN English Department Annual Spring Conference

Saturday, April 16, 2016 - 8:30am

CSUN English Department Annual Conference

We would like to formally and enthusiastically invite you to the CSUN English Department's Annual Spring Conference, occurring next Saturday, April 16. It will take place in the University Student Union on campus, and the first panel will start at 9:30. Our keynote speaker, Devoney Looser (Jane Austen Roller Derby Professor from Arizona State University), will present at 3:30pm in the Grand Salon. Please feel free to share this information with anyone you would like—all are welcome to come to this free event! Read more

VII CSUN Student Philosophy Conference

Friday, April 15, 2016 - 8:45am

VII CSUN Philosophy Student Conference

Three panels will present papers on the topics: On the Nature of (Two) Things: Philosophy and Music, On the (Not So Clear) Mind: Fictional Emotions and the Colonized Mind, and On the Belief In God's Existence. Keynote speaker Professor Sindhuja B. Bhakthavatsalam (Liberal Studies, CSUN) will speak on “Values and Evidence: Some Parallels Between Philosophy and Metaphilosophy of Science” and (Undelivered) Letters From Abroad: Philosophy in Otherland will be delivered by Professor Abel Franco. A barbecue and festivities will conclude the conference. The complete program follows... Read more

The Changing Ethnic Quilt of Southern California

Wednesday, April 13, 2016 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm

Book Cover for "The Changing Ethnic Quilt of Southern California"

The CSUN Geography Department and the Geography Map Library are proud to host an event with notable Los Angeles geographers and scholars, James Allen and Gene Turner. Allen and Turner, emeritus faculty of the California State University, Northridge Geography Department, are co-authors of the award-winning book The Ethnic Quilt: Population Diversity in Southern California. Read more

Poetry Writing Workshop

Tuesday, April 12, 2016 - 11:00am to 2:00pm

Inkwell

Facilitated by Sean Pessin (English Department) and Susana Marcelo (Central American Studies). RSVP required. Read more

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