Vilma Navarro-Daniels, professor, languages, cultures, and race, presented “‘Una ciudad quiero tener para todos construida’: Refounding Chile after the October 18 Social Outburst” at the Modern Languages Association international symposium in Glasgow, Scotland. Vilma also chaired the session, “Hospitality, Diversity, and Disability Studies” and completed her three-year term of service on the MLA Committee on Disability Issues in the Profession.
Numerous publications, presentations, and other accomplishments of anthropology faculty can be found in the department’s winter/spring newsletter.
Sociology faculty, staff, students, and alumni regularly publish and present great work—find many of their achievements in the department’s spring newsletter.
Meghan Martin, adjunct professor, biological sciences, WSU Vancouver, coauthored ?Consequences of nescient mating: artificial insemination increases cub rejection in the giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca)” in Applied Animal Behaviour Science. Martin also recently presented “Panda Speed Dating: Everybody Loves a Winner” at OMSI Science Pub in Portland, Oregon.
Noah Matteucci, technician, fine arts, WSU Vancouver, exhibited a site-specific installation, random (8), at Agenda in Portland, Oregon.
Peter Christenson, associate professor, fine arts, WSU Tri-Cities, exhibited F40.298: Generalized Opus Foramina, an immersive multimedia installation, at Jack Straw Cultural Center in Seattle. As part of his ongoing residency, Christenson will host a Youth Sound Art Workshop presented by the center, Arts & Visually Impaired Audiences, and the Washington State Department of Services for the Blind.
Amanda Hussein, doctoral student, languages, cultures, and race, presented “Amor traicionero: la reescritura de tres heroínas, Juana la Loca, Inés Suárez y doña Marina” (“Treacherous Love: Rewriting three Heroines, Juana, the Mad Queen, Inés Suárez, and Doña Marina”) at the 30th international conference of the Association of Gender and Sexuality Studies in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Hussein also serves as spokesperson for the graduate students of AGSS.
John Streamas, associate professor, languages, cultures, and race, presented online “Atomic Bombs as Race Weapons: Nuclear Family Dysfunctions” at the International Conference on Hate Studies, Gonzaga University.
Faculty, staff, and students in languages, cultures, and race publish and present widely on an array of topics and receive honors for their work. Numerous examples appear in the school’s newsletter.
Many recent and pending publications by criminal justice and criminology faculty, graduate students, and alumni can be found in the department newsletter.