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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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Presentations: Papers Delivered

  • "Leading Community-Centered Evaluation of Diversity," with Nancy Erbe, International Society for Teaching & Learning, Palm Springs , CA, October, 2006.  
  • "Measure & Rule," Popular Culture Association, San Diego , March 2005  
  • "Making History: Digital Media in the History Classroom," Point Loma Nazarene University , November, 2004.  
  • "Women's Business in California History," CSUDH, March, 2004.  
  • "History in the Making," An Evening with the Stars , UC San Diego , La Jolla , CA , 2004.  
  • "A Style of History: Leon Litwack's Bridges to African Americana ," UC Berkeley , May, 2003.  
  • "Patriotism," CSUDH Black Faculty & Staff Association, April, 2003.  
  • "Where the Goddess Blues Travels: The Transnational Identity of Yoruba's Yemaya," National Council of Black Studies, Atlanta , GA March, 2003.  
  • "Debates on Minority Student Achievement," Center for Teaching & Learning Symposium, CSUDH, March, 2003.  
  • "The Third Black Reconstruction" Thomas Jefferson Law School , San Diego , CA 2002.  
  • "Race and Class in Princess Literature : The Telos of Twenty-First Century Pageants," National Council of Black Studies, San Diego , 2002.  
  • “Images of Race and Slavery From Ancient Egypt to Nineteenth Century America ,” UCLA , CA , 2000.  
  • “Preserving Arts and Cultures,” Foothill College , Los Altos Hills , CA , 1998.  
  • “The Color of Beauty,” California State University , Long Beach , CA 1996.  
  • “The Language of Aesthetics,” Univ. of Minnesota , Minneapolis , 1995.  
  • “Beauty Culture in the Antebellum Era,” University Arts Museum , UC Berkeley , 1994.  
  • “Negro Women's Business in Harlem,” Florida State University , Gainsville , FL. 1994.  
  • “The Folklore or Hair Styles: A Working Paradigm,” Mississippi State University, Columbus , Miss. 1993.  
  • “Political and Cross-cultural Relevance of Hair,” Stanford University , Palo Alto , CA. 1993.  
  • “New Negro Political and Cultural Style,” Howard University , Washington , D.C.1992.

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