Professor De Robertis Offers 'Radical Hope' in New Book Responding to Election
"A multiracial, immigrant-welcoming, essentially feminist, queer-friendly and trans-embracing society is a society that makes all of us stronger." — Carolina De Robertis
Recent Grad is First Ever at SF State to Receive Humanity in Action Fellowship
Guardian Scholar Tanashati Anderson heads to Germany for month-long fellowship.
Persis Karim Named Inaugural Chair of SF State's Center for Iranian Diaspora Studies
Award-winning comparative literature scholar, poet to lead first-of-its-kind center exploring culture, communities, identity.
Recent Grad Nathan Byrne Spins Trash into Art During Recology Residency
Byrne received his Bachelor of Art in studio arts, ending his academic career with solo exhibition at Recology San Francisco.
Nostalgia is Key Ingredient in Your Pastrami on Rye, Professor Gross Says
Rachel Gross, John and Marcia Goldman Chair in American Jewish Studies, discusses American Jewish cuisine at the Contemporary Jewish Museum.