College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Paul Chen, associate professor of political science at Western Washington University, will present “Mixing Religion and Politics: Recent Developments in Political Science Research” at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, March 2, in Communications Facility Room 110 on the WWU campus.

The…

Johann Neem, an associate professor in the Department of History at Western Washington University, will present “Do Nations Still Matter in a Global Age?” at noon on Tuesday, March 1, in College Hall Room 131 on campus.

The presentation is part of the international…

In late January, a film crew from television station News10 in Sacramento, Calif., came to the Western Washington University campus to recreate WWU psychology professor Ira Hyman's research on cell phone use.

Hyman's research focuses on whether people talking or texting on their cell…

Johann Neem (History) has published three related essays on the connections among American history, democracy, and nationalism.

They are: “American History in a Global Age,” in the journal History and Theory (Feb. 2011); “Taking Modernity’s Wager: Tocqueville,…

Consul Michael Ahrens, from the German Consulate in San Francisco, will visit the Western Washington University campus Feb. 28. Ahrens will be accompanied by Leslie Harlson, from the German Academic Exchange Service in San Francisco, and Arndt Peltner, from Radio Goethe (KUSF) in San…

Diane Johnson, a faculty member in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages, will present “The Heroines of Eobanus Hessus: Classical Myths and Christian Traditions” from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 10, in Communications Facility Room 105 on the Western Washington…

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