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R. Iset Anuakan

Title: Lecturer, Psychology

Department: Psychology

Office: LIB-C505
Phone Extension: x3471
Email Username: ianuakan

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Publications: Articles

  • “A Gendered Portrait on a Cultural Storm: Pedagogy, Theory and the Rescue of Katrina Women,” National Women Studies Association Journal,  Akron , OH (forthcoming 2008).
  • "What is The Vision of CSUDH?: An Examination of Diversity & Civic Engagement at a 21 st Century Institution," with David Campt. A Study for  the WASC Task Force, CSUDH, (April 2006).
  • Biographical Histories, African American Biographical Institute, Harvard University, Oxford UP (2006-07).
  • Biographical Histories, Brown Reference Group, London , England ( 2005).
  • "History of Black Hair," and "The Black Cinematic Tradition," Encyclopedia of African Atlantic Relations , ABC-CLIO, INC., Santa Barbara , CA ,(forthcoming).
  • "Princess Literature and The Miss America Pageant," There She Is: Miss America (see p. 111-124, Palgrave Macmillan Publishers, New York (August 2004) ISBN:1-4039-6301-0. p111-124.
  • " California 's Leaders in the Master Plan for Higher Education," Digital Archive of the Center for the Study of Higher Education , Berkeley , CA. (2002).
  • "Special Features—Conflicts in the Colonies (1765-1776)," U.S. History , Barrett Kendall Publishing, Ltd., Austin , TX , (June 2001).
  • "The History of History Series" My , Mentor Media Inc. Internet Publication, Emeryville , CA (Jan. 2000).
  • "The Psychological Implications of Natural Black Hair," in Let Go My Mouth , Proceedings of the St. Clair Drake Cultural Forum, UC Berkeley, (Spring 1993).
  • "The Importance of Afro-American Culture," in The Daily Californian , Berkeley ,CA (1989).
  • "Black Women and Literature," in Catfish Lines , San Diego , CA (1987).

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