Out Loud  / Cal Poly Authors

Written by Megan Schellong one month ago

Cal Poly Authors: Elvira Pulitano

Kennedy Library offers space for discussions with Cal Poly authors. This week, Dr. Elvira Pulitano sat down with Spanish professor, Karen Muñoz-Christian to discuss her newest book, Transnational Narratives from the Caribbean: Diasporic Literature and the Human Experience (2016). Dr. Elvira Pulitano teaches Ethnic Studies at

Written by Cara King four months ago

Buddhism and Political Theory

In this fall quarter’s “Conversations with Cal Poly Authors,” Matt Moore, associate professor of Political Science, discussed his new book, Buddhism & Political Theory, with Philosophy professor Joe Lynch. Matt Moore began examining the intersections of Buddhism and politics after discovering

Written by Leona Rajaee one year ago

Cal Poly Authors: Governed Through Choice

Political Science Department assistant professor Jennifer Denbow visited Kennedy Library last month for a talk focusing on the Denbow’s new book, Governed Through Choice: Autonomy, Technology, and the Politics of Reproduction. College of Liberal Arts assistant professor Brian Beaton, moderated

Written by Leona Rajaee two years ago

Cal Poly Authors: Scientists at War

On Friday Nov. 6, Kennedy Library welcomed History Department assistant professor Sarah Bridger and Shelley Hurt, an associate professor in the Political Science Department to discuss Bridger’s new book Scientists at War: The Ethics of Cold War Weapons Research. Inspiration

Written by Rachel Scott two years ago

Cal Poly Authors: Collaborations in Architecture and Engineering

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Friday, May 29, architect Clare Olsen and engineer Sinead Mac Namara spoke about their book, Collaborations in Architecture and Engineering at Conversations with Cal Poly Authors. Olsen is assistant professor of architecture at Cal Poly and Mac Namara is associate professor at Syracuse University. Mac

Written by Rachel Scott three years ago

Cal Poly Authors: Tehachapi, the first women’s prison in California

On Friday, December 5, Kennedy Library welcomed Kathleen Cairns to speak about her book, Hard Time at Tehachapi: California’s First Women’s Prison. She spoke about the first women’s prison in California, from the personal stories of the inmates to the historical significance

Written by Tyler Deitz three years ago

Conversations with Cal Poly Authors explores what it means to be wild

Kennedy Library got wild on Friday, April 18, as we welcomed Mary Stewart Atwell and Elizabeth Adan for our most recent Conversations with Cal Poly Authors event.

Written by Tyler Deitz three years ago

Remembering love with Jody Lisberger

“Write a story that really matters to you,” said Jody Lisberger, associate professor and director of the Gender and Women’s Studies Program at University of Rhode Island. Jody was inspired to write short stories that mattered to her, and her inspirations

Written by Rachel Scott three years ago

So. Many. Events.

Welcome back Mustangs! Kennedy Library is hitting the ground running this quarter with a lot of fun, unique events coming up. In January and February, the library will be holding a variety of events about topics from biofuels to love

Written by Rachel Scott four years ago

BDSM as an ethical lifestyle: A conversation with Lewis Call and Jane Lehr

Photo of Lewis Call and Jane Lehr holding a frame

The term “BDSM” and the word “library” are not often used in the same sentence (I don’t think). Kennedy Library, however, changed that last Friday, October 18, at its most recent Conversations with Cal Poly Authors event. During this conversation, Lewis Call,

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