September 25, 2000
Making the News
Psychology's Craig Haney was quoted in a New York Times special report about our country's rush to execute so-called youthful offenders, people on death row for crimes they committed when they were under the age of 18.
Sociologist Hiroshi Fukurai participated in a panel discussion at UC Riverside about diversity in the jury system, which was covered by the Press-Enterprise newspaper.
A Contra Costa Times story on a traveling Smithsonian exhibit, "Jazz Age in Paris," quoted historian Tyler Stovall. Stovall, the author of Paris Noir: African Americans in the City of Light (1996), was a guest speaker at the San Ramon Library, which is hosting the exhibit through November 2.
Nancy Stoller of community studies appeared on KQED Radio's California Report, discussing women's health in prisons. Stoller has also been featured in a lengthy two-part profile in La Gazette, the local feminist newspaper.
Lecturer in French Angela Elsey was featured in a photo in the San Jose
Mercury News's "Silicon Valley" life section, dancing the Viennese
waltz in Victorian costume. The camera caught her dancing with the Palo Alto-based
performance troupe Danse Libre.