Spotlight

Dr. Robert Train
Dr. Robert Train publishes a paper in The Journal of Critical Multilingualism Studies
January 25, 2021

Robert Train, Professor of Spanish/Modern Languages & Literatures,  recently published a paper entitled “Contesting Regimes of Variation: Critical Groundwork for Pedagogies of Mobile Experience and Restorative Justice” in the open access online journal Critical Multilingualism Studies .

Author Anne Goldman
Dr. Anne Goldman's Q & A in the Georgia Review
January 22, 2021

Dr. Anne Goldman’s new essay collection, Stargazing in the Atomic Age, is now out from Georgia Review Books, an imprint of the University of Georgia Press.

Dr. Wendy Ostroff
Dr. Wendy Ostroff interviewed for Aljazeera and CNN!
January 8, 2021

Dr. Wendy Ostroff interviewed for Aljazeera.

Emily Clark
Dr. Emily Clark publishes article in Revista Hispánica Moderna
December 9, 2020

Dr. Emily Clark publishes article in Revista Hispánica Moderna

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Dr. Janet Berry Hess publishes new book!
December 8, 2020

Dr. Janet Berry Hess, Professor in the Hutchins School of Liberal Arts, has been busy with several new projects coming out Spring 2021.

Clea Felien
Art Professor Clea Felien gives interview to alma mater Vermont College of Fine Arts
December 2, 2020

In a recent version of We Cover The Waterfront, Clea Felien talks to her alma mater, Vermont College of Fine Arts.

Gina Balleria
Professor Gina Baleria participates in panel discussion on WUNC 91.5
December 2, 2020

What lessons did the mainstream media learn under President Trump? How has the Trump Administration changed mainstream media?

Jeffrey Reeder
Celebrating Native American Heritage Month
November 20, 2020

A member of the Sonoma State faculty since 1998, Reeder also chairs the Modern Language and Literatures department and teaches Spanish courses in Cultural Studies, Linguistics, Teacher Education, and Translation as well as the occasional introductory course in Portuguese. He is currently Faculty Associate Dean of the School of Arts & Humanities and is active in faculty governance and in the union.

Janet Hess
Celebrating Native American Heritage Month
November 17, 2020

Dr. Janet Berry Hess is a Professor of Art History & African and Diasporic Studies in the Hutchins School of Liberal Studies, whose ongoing research in collaboration with Native American healers and scholars, centers important intersecting issues of mapping, indigenous knowledge, and the digital world. 

Suzanne Toczyski
Suzanne Toczyski, French Faculty, Publishes Article in "Oeuvres & Critiques"
November 12, 2020

Let him kiss me with kisses of his mouth:  The Shulamite Woman in St. Francis de Sales' Treatise of the Love of God.

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