Spring Brown Bag Lecture Series Shows Wide-Ranging Scholarship of Social Science Faculty

The Brown Bag Lecture Series hosted by the School of Social Sciences reveals the wide ranging current research by faculty in the School of Social Sciences at noon - 1 p.m. in Stevenson 2011.

The lectures are free is free and open to faculty, staff, students, and interested others. .
On Feb. 4, Cynthia Boaz, Political Science, discussed "The Sufferin' Suffragists: An Analysis of the Strategy and Tactics that Gave Women the Vote."

The upcoming schedule includes:

Feb. 11: Diana Grant, Criminology & Criminal Justice Studies. "Political Role of Petit Juries"

Feb. 18: Gerryann Olson, Psychology, "Diaries, Letters, Scrapbooks and Journals"

Feb. 25: James Joseph Dean. Sociology, "Gay Ghetto Straights? The Changing Sexual Identity Dynamics of San Francisco's Castro District"

March 4: Julie Shulman, Counseling,"Self-objectification & Sexual Well-being: Do Feminist Beliefs and Sexual Identity Matter?"

March 11: Cindy Stearns, Sociology, "Breastfeeding Professionals and the Body Work of Breastfeeding Mothers"

April 8: Napoleon Reyes, Criminology & Criminal Justice Studies, "Big Brother in Reverse: A Cross National Study of the Impact of Social Networking on Government Corruption"

April 15: Kathleen Noonan, History, "Gasoline and Unrest: Bayonne Refinery Strikes"

April 22: Steven Bittner, History, "Blending a Bordeaux, Russian-style: Oenology and the Modern Ambivalence"

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