Dr. Oster will speak about his gripping, inspiring memoir of a young German boy who survived Auschwitz, Buchenwald and other horrors of the Holocaust. What impels civilized human beings to commit unspeakable crimes against their fellow man? How do the survivors find the strength to go on? Can they ever forgive? Can we ever forget? The Kindness of the Hangman is the never-before-written account of one lost German boy, totally alone, clawing to survive in the tidal wave of Nazi genocide. Read more
Please join us for the First Annual Humanities Advocacy Day. !mark Lopez, M.A. Chican@ Studies and winner of the Goldman Environmental Prize, will be the keynote speaker. In addition there are two program options: a) a workshop on Humanities career options and panel discussion, and b) a tour of the CSUN Leed Platinum Sustainability Center. Read more
Central American Studies Annual Symposium - Imaginaries of the Future Read more
The CSUN Women's Research and Resource Center, in collaboration with the CSUN University Student Union, is excited to welcome author and cultural critic Roxane Gay to our campus. Read more
Come take part in a Russian cultural event showcasing the multiple ties between CSUN and Russia. Event includes: "Into Russia and Back" - Stories from Alumni from the Startalk Russian Language and Culture Immersion Program and Current Students of the CSUN Russian Studies Minor; "Music from Russia: Maestro of Violin” starring Daniel Shindarov withRead more
The intersection of the Chicano and LGBTQ social and political movements and the interconnected lives of the artists and activists who fueled the civil rights struggles of the past decades is illustrated through storytelling and historic photos in this powerful presentation.