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CHABSS Media Mentions
Misael Diaz , an assistant professor of Art, Media and Design, has been named a winner of the
prestigious 2022 San Diego Art Prize, which honors exceptional artistic expression
in the San Diego cross-border region from Fallbrook to Ensenada, Mexico.
The Staff Center's Cougar Spotlight featuring Kevane Coleman , AC for AMD and Dance Studies.
American Indian Studies Chair/professor Joely Proudfit featured in the CSU System News story about the Chancellor's Doctoral Incentive Program which prepares promising doctoral
students for CSU faculty positions.
History professor Alyssa Sepinwall featured in Del Mar Times: Local author releases
book on Haitian Revolution, pop culture, film and video games.
The National Communication Association, Latino/Latina Communication Studies Division,
awarded Communication professor Dr. Michelle A. Holling and Dr. Raisa Alvarado, alumni
of CSUSM, the "Outstanding Book Chapter Award" for their chapter entitled " Digital Testimonios and Witnessing of Salma Hayek and America Ferrera's Disclosures
of Sexual Harassment and Assault."
Drs. Michelle A. Holling and Dreama G. Moon published “ 20/20 in 2020?: Refractive Vision, 45, and White Supremacy” in one of their discipline’s premier journals the . In their article, they examine events leading up to and occurring in 2020 using
vision, and refractive diseases and disorders, as a metaphorical framework. The metaphor
enables them to make sense of and assess acute events that marked the election season
through obstructions that impinge on vision. They also identify competing visions
of America/Amerikkka to facilitate explicating the nation’s vision and national vision. Quarterly Journal of Speech
Veronica Anover, professor of French and Spanish for the Department of Modern Language
Studies, recently received the Harry E. Brakebill Award . Literature and Writing Studies Professor Martha Stoddard Holmes was interviewed on
disability in Jane Eyre for “
On Eyre" , the fall 2021 season of the rompod, the feminist podcast on the romance novel. History Professor Alyssa Sepinwall in Del Mar Times:
Local Author Releases Book on Haitian Revolution, Pop Culture, Film, and Video Games . 2021
Literature & Writing professor Brandon Cesmat in San Diego Union Tribune: Column: Celebrate National Poetry Month with San Diego Poets, a Rebel 'Dickinson'
and Free Online Workshops.
Communication professor Andrew Spieldenner in HIV Plus Magazine: HIV Activist Andrew Spieldenner on His New Job and the Year Ahead.
American Indian Studies Chair and Professor Joely Proudfit in San Diego Union Tribune: Supervisors Delay Vote on Lifting Barriers to Tribes Expanding Their Reservations.
Art, Media, & Design professor Doris Bittar in San Diego Union Tribune: Arab American Community Gets Own Month to Celebrate History, Culture.
American Indian Studies professor Dina Gilio-Whitaker in Eugene Weekly: Protecting Mother Earth.
History professor Jill Watts featured in New York Times "What to Read"
Political Science professor Dino Bozonelos in San Diego Union Tribune: Armenian San Diegans View Biden's Proclamation of Genocide as Step in Long Battle
History professor Jill Watt in Vanity Fair: The Icon and the Outcast: Hattie McDaniel's Epic Double Life.
Sociology professor Karen Glover in Minneapolis Star-Tribune: Compliance During Encounters with Minnesota Law Enforcement Is Only Strictly Required
If You Are Black.
Philosophy professors Allison Merrick & Michael McDuffie in Knowhere.com: National Research Grants Go to Four CSU San Marcos Professors.
American Indian Studies Chair and Professor Joely Proudfit in Variety: Indigenous Filmmakers Finally Find Their Place in Hollywood. Sociology Professor Sharon Elise in Washington Post on the international and cross-racial
unity that occured after George Floyd's Maay 2020 murder:
Yale Speaker Says Comment About Killing White People Was Meant to Spark Deeper Talk
About Race. Communication Professor Andrew Spieldenner in UNAIDS regarding his involvement in
drafting the 2021 United Nations High-Level Meeting declaration to bring the HIV response
back on track:
Hearing Civil Society's Voice on the High-Level Meeting on AIDS. Modern Language Studies Professor Darci Strother in CSU News as one of two professors
instructing a virtual training program on Mental Health First Aid:
First Responders for Mental Health Challenges. American Indian Studies Lecturer and Indigenous author Dina Gilio-Whitaker in The
Indigenous Researcher Talks Decolonizing Environmental Justice. American Indian Studies Chair and Professor Joely Proudfit in the San Diego Union-Tribune
increasing awareness and transparency in support of Missing and Murdered Indigenous
San Diego Honors Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. Psychology Professor Wesley Schultz in Technician:
Opinion: We've Got a Littering Problem; Here's How We Can Fix It. Art, Media, and Design Professor Amanda Cachia in the New York Times regarding the
leadership of disabled artists and curators during the pandemic:
As People Reflect on Their Bodies, Museums Turn to Artists for Answers. American Indian Studies Chair and Professor Joely Proudfit in California Health Care
Native American Communities in California Devastated by COVID-19. History Professor Ibrahim al-Marashi ion Al Jazeera:
Pope Francis's Visit to Iraq: Beyond the Symbolism. Communication Professor Andrew Spieldenner in The Bay Area Reporter:
LGBTQ Agenda: Incoming MPact Executive Director Wants to Make Nonprofit 'Three Clicks
Away'. American Indian Studies Chair and Professor Joely Proudfit in CBS News 8:
San Diego Native American Tribes Demonstrate Resilience in the Face of the Coronavirus
Pandemic. Psychology Professor Wesley Schultz in NOLA.com:
'Out of Control': New Orleans Struggles with Trash as Sanitation Spending Shrinks. Anthropology Professor Bonnie Bade in Asian Journal:
Essential But Disposable: How California Farmworkers Battle the COVID-19 Pandemic. Anthropology Professor Bonnie Bade in Jefferson Public Radio:
Vaccine Clinics for California's Farmworkers Are Starting, But Advocates Say There
Are Hurdles. Anthropology Professor Bonnie Bade in ABC 30 News:
California Farmworkers Severely Impacted by Pandemic, Study Shows. American Indian Studies Professor
Stanley Rodriguez in El Paso Times: Border Group Says It's Holding Jow Biden to His Pledge of 'Not Another Foot' of Wall. American Indian Studies Professor Dina Gilio-Whitaker in KALW Radio:
A New Day, New Actions & the Possibilities Ahead. Sociology Professor
Kimberly Dark in Buzzfeed News: Couples with Different Body Types Exist. Here Are Their Stories. History Professor
Ibrahim Al-Marashi in Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists: The Best Disruptive Tech Stories of 2020. American Indian Studies Professor Dina Gilio-Whitaker in The Scientist:
Steps to End 'Colonial Science' Slowly Take Shape.