Mike Newland – Climate Shame and Other Perspectives
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Mike Newland – Climate Shame and Other Perspectives

Since October of 2007, Anthropological Studies Center staff archaeologist Michael Newland has been contributing radio commentaries on the intersections between archaeology and everyday life to the Perspectives Series, broadcast weekly from KQED Public Radio in San Francisco. The focus of Perspectives is on California in general and the Bay Area more specifically. Newland works with Perspectives editor Mark Trautwein and the KQED recording personnel for each … Continue reading

Amy Kittelstrom – The Religion of Democracy
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Amy Kittelstrom – The Religion of Democracy

History professor Dr. Amy Kittelstrom’s newest book – The Religion of Democracy, Seven Liberals and the American Moral Tradition – was selected as a weekly favorite on the Publisher’s Weekly web site in February. PW noted: “Mention of religion in the public square today is commonly associated with political conservatism. This analysis from Kittelstrom, who teachers history at California’s Sonoma State … Continue reading

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Nick Geist – How Giant Pterosaurs ‘Breathed in a Box’

Biology Professor Nick Geist published his work on the lung structure and functioning of the flying reptile Pterosaurs in an article entitled “Breathing in a Box” in the journal Anatomical Record.  The research was also recently profiled in Brian Switek’s’ National Geographic blog Phenomena. Pterosaurs were the first vertebrates to achieve active flight, with some derived forms reaching enormous size, said … Continue reading

Haider Khaleel – Innovation in Wearable and Flexible Antennas
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Haider Khaleel – Innovation in Wearable and Flexible Antennas

Dr. Haider Khaleel, a faculty member in the Engineering Science Department has recently published a book entitled Innovation in Wearable and Flexible Antennas. The book deals with the design, numerical simulation, fabrication processes and methods, qualitative and quantitative tests, and measurement techniques of wearable and flexible antennas of different topologies. Moreover, it introduces the latest research … Continue reading