Social Sciences Lecture Series Features Faculty Presentations on Research Including Autism, Factory Farming and More

autism ribbonThe School of Social Sciences' annual Brown Bag Lecture Series features presentations by Sonoma State faculty on their current areas of research. Topics for this fall's series include autism spectrum disorders, the rise of factory farming and more. Lectures are noon to 1 p.m. in Stevenson 2011. Admission is free, parking is $5-$8 on campus.

September 13

Remembering the Bear Flag Revolt of 1846:The Search for Cowie and Fowler

Alexis Boutin, Anthropology

September 20

Fear of Crime: Examining Gender Differences in Fear of Crime from an Identity Theory Perspective

Emily Asencio, Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies

September 27

Soviet Wine and the Problem of Taste

Stephen Bittner, History

October 4

James Baldwin and the American Dilemma

Amy Kittelstrom, History

October 11

Selling Empire, War and Capitalism

Peter Phillips, Sociology

October 18

Assembling a Vast Past: The Making of the Routledge History of Queer America

Don Romesburg, Women's and Gender Studies

October 25

Heresy and the Language of Exclusion in Late Antiquity

Samuel Cohen, History

November 1

The Santa Rosa Neighborhood Heritage Mapping Project

Margaret Purser, Anthropology

November 8

Sexual Synchronicity and Communication Among Older Men and Women

Brian Gillespie, Sociology

November 29

Better Eating through Chemistry: The Rise of American Factory Food

Steve Estes, History

December 6

The Role of Neural Noise in Autism Spectrum Disorders

Jesse Bengson, Psychology

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