Boom California Happy Hour

Event details for the Boom February 2017 happy hour

Celebrating Boom California with a Happy Hour Event!

Come join our happy hour event, learn about Boom, now located at CSUF and edited by Jason Sexton, meet Boom’s editorial team, hear brief presentations from faculty helping make Boom happen, and how you can be involved.

Register Now button and link Date: Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Time: 4:00pm - 5:30pm

Location: Pollak Library (PLN 130)

RSVP: Please RSVP online.


Audience

All faculty, along with graduate and undergraduate students, interested in the significance of place—specially the world in California, California in the world, and important issues within California’s place in the nation under a Trump administration.


About Boom California

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Published by University of California Press, Boom is a peer-review publication dedicated to inspiring lively conversations about the vital social and cultural issues of our time in California and beyond. It aims to be the place where the most serious discussions are happening about the world in California and California in the world.

Boom hosts these important and timely themed critical discussions that are academic yet public-facing, theoretical and practical, blending the approaches of interdisciplinary hybridity for engagement with California’s dynamic culture.

Come grab a drink, some hors d’oeuvres, and be part of the conversation among colleagues from different CSUF colleges responding to the issue in a moment where cultivating California values could not be more significant.

We’ll also provide future plans for Boom in its new online format, how it relates to your work, how to keep up and contribute.


Program

Part of the ongoing effort to cultivate interdisciplinary reflection and crosspollination among various colleges and academic disciplines in the university, Boom provides a unique opportunity for these kinds of exercises to focus on place—specifically on California culture and California social issues.

The program will consist of presentations by colleagues from different colleges throughout the university.

  • Michele Mouttapa (Health Science)
  • Sarah Grant (Anthropology)
  • Sean Walker (Biology)
  • Jason Rochlin (The Daily Titan)

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