Lysa Rivera

Rivera to share excerpts from her course on African-American literature

Western Today staff

Lysa Rivera, an assistant professor of English at Western Washington University, will present "Subverting Norms: African Americans in U.S. Literature" in a Faculty GUR Group event.

Faculty and staff are invited to explore excerpts of Rivera's "Introduction to African-American Literature" course and reflect with participants on the instructional methods she employs.


RSP's Faculty Research Presentation Series highlights research and creativity

Judy Pine, an assistant professor of anthropology at Western Washington University, stands with a group of Lahu speakers in China. Courtesy photo

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Marion Brodhagen

Keith Russell

Rae Lynn Schwartz-DuPre

Kelly Jantzen

Elsi Vassdal-Elli

John Korsmo

WWU faculty presented their research in the arts, sciences, humanities and other fields in a series of noontime lectures sponsored by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. Presentations included:


Rivera to speak on 'Borderlands Science Fiction after NAFTA' Jan. 26

Western Today staff

Lysa Rivera, an assistant professor of English at Western Washington University, will present "A Future With a Past: Borderlands Science Fiction after NAFTA" at noon on Thursday, Jan. 26, in Communications Facility Room 105.

Rivera's presentation is part of the 2011-12 Faculty Research Presentation Series from the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.