Paintings and drawings dominated by calligraphic marks that energize and elaborate the pictorial field. Read more
Join the Department of Africana Studies and other groups across campus as we celebrate Black History Month. Every year CSUN hosts a wide array of events to honor the legacy and future of the black community. See the complete schedule of events for BHM 2020.
Sharon Nazarian, Senior Vice President for International Affairs for Anti-Defamation League, will delve into the rise of anti-Semitism and extremism around the globe – what is happening; why it is happening; who is enabling it; how it is impacting Jewish communities around the world; and what governments, civil society and responsible individuals can do about it. Read more
Wednesday Night at the Cinematheque --
ROCK THE SCREEN series Read more
Join us as the Matadors go head-to-head with Big West rival UC Irvine. Read more
The tribute, celebration and untold stories of the dancers who helped birth Hip-Hop culture. Please join the Department of Africana Studies, in association with the Department of Cinema and Television Arts, for a reception and screening of the documentary film "And I Danced" followed by a Q&A with writer and director Chris Martin from Kid N Play. Seating is limited, please RSVP here for this event.
Hosted by the Harambee Council and the African American student community at CSUN, the Harambee High School Conference is a chance to see some of the exciting opportunities available at CSUN. Read more
Don Seeman, Associate Professor in the Department of Religion and the Institute for Jewish Studies at Emory University, and author of One People, One Blood: Ethiopian-Israelis and the Return to Judaism (Rutgers University Press, 2009), will speak about Ethiopian Israelis' perspectives on their lives in Israel. Read more
Join us as we view African American life from both sides of the camera. Presentations illustrate the topic from past, present, and future perspectives. Read more