Last week I attended a special dinner at CSUF where I presented my research and experiences. This last month has been very rewarding, with the dinner, the Popular Culture conference, and the work I have done on my Master’s project about women and violence in late 19th century detective fiction. I hope to have more
Southwest PCA/ACA Conference Wrap-Up “That’s the nice thing about collaborating with someone: Your work becomes a conversation.” ~ Noah Baumbach The Southwest PCA/ACA Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico resulted in just that–a collaboration of brilliant academic minds on popular culture criticism. There were some great Eco-Crit panels at this conference!
Working for the college of Humanities and Social Sciences has been a very rewarding experience. Over the course of the years here at CSUF, I have worked on three publications: the Humanities and Social Sciences Newsletter, the Anecdote (the English, Comparative Literature, and Linguistics alumni newsletter), and the SLI Newsletter.
My latest graphic design job has been for an app company and their promotional material, along with the redesign of Unique Parts. The 2013 version of Unique includes a great clean and minimalistic theme. I have customized it and redesigned the theme to be a commercial site where they can showcase their products. I’m very
Denver, Colorado looked like a swamp of smog when I flew one week ago. I’d planned the trip over a month in advance, to join my dad and uncle in Denver and explore the place they used to live and spoke of as their fondest memories.