UCSC in the News
Associate professor of literature Karen Yamashita was
featured in a Minneapolis Star Tribune article about
her four works of fiction prior to an appearance at Macalester
College in St. Paul.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel ran an article about UCSC's
New Teacher Center being awarded a $1.5 million contract
to evaluate school districts' programs for teachers.
American studies professor George Lipsitz was quoted
in a Los Angeles Times article about Mexican pop music
superstar Gloria Trevi.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel ran a story about women's studies
professor Bettina Aptheker, covering her address to the
10th annual Monterey County Women's Multicultural Conference
where she noted that reproductive choice is a human right.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel noted that literature professor
Susan Gillman received an honorable mention from the
Modern Language Association of America (MLA) for her book Blood
Talk: American Race Melodrama and the Culture of the Occult.
Kentucky's Courier-Journal quoted history of consciousness
professor Angela Davis about her role in the development
of a new endowed chair in race, class, gender, and sexuality
at the University of Louisville.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel and Good Times ran feature
stories on theater arts lecturer Don Williams who was
honored at this year's Calabash Awards for his contributions
to ethnic arts in Santa Cruz County. The Metro Santa Cruz
and Watsonville Register-Pajaronian
also announced his award.
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