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"