By Jessica Hodge Approximately two years ago, I wrote a blog entry on the same issue I am writing about today – the gender category of hate crime law. In the blog entry I wrote two years ago , I shared how I was anxiously waiting for the FBI to publish their most recent version of […]
Join us for a special presentation by Dr. Lara Medina, California State University at Northridge “Latina Spiritualities: Paths of Creativity and Responsibility” Thursday, April 25th 6:00 ~ 7:30 p.m. Katz Hall 101 Reception will follow the lecture Dr. Medina’s presentation will provide an overview of the diverse strands of Mexican American/Chicana spiritualities, beginning with an […]
Dr. Kathy Krause, professor of French in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, has won a year-long National Endowment for the Humanities grant that will allow her to complete her research and write a book on “The Role of Noblewomen in Literary Production in Northern France during the 13th Century.” This is not the […]
A new report on gender non-conformity in children and adolescents was published recently in Pediatrics. Also see the CNN article about the report.
By Mari Nomura As a kid I spent hours paging through old cookbooks. My favorites were from the 1950s. I was fascinated by the kitschy illustrations, curious casseroles and decadent desserts. The years of love and use were evident in our copies: the well-worn binding easily opened to favorite recipes and margins were speckled with […]
By Dr. Jessica Hodge, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology As someone who studies hate crimes and teaches a class about the subject, I find myself anticipating every year the release of the FBI’s Hate Crime Statistics report. In this report, the FBI provides a variety of statistics involving the types of hate crime incidences […]