Cal State Fullerton faculty members recently contributed to the art world and published works on a variety of subjects — from fan culture and global navigation satellite systems to leadership and privacy law.
Amy Cass, associate professor of criminal justice, published “Clickers and Online Homework in the Criminal Justice Classroom: A Test Study” in the Journal of Criminal Justice Education.
Adam Golub, professor of American studies, and Ashley Loup ’15, ’18 (B.A., M.A. American studies) co-authored “Engaging Fan Cultures: What Students Learn When They Study Fans.” The article was published in the November 2019 issue of Participations: Journal of Audience & Reception Studies.
Ryan Gottfredson, assistant professor of management, co-authored “To Be a Great Leader, You Need the Right Mindset,” about his mindset research. The article was published on the Harvard Business Review website in January.
Mohinder Grewal, professor emeritus of electrical engineering and 2009 Outstanding Professor, published “Global Navigation Satellite Systems, Inertial Navigation and Integration.”
Tala Khanmalek, assistant professor of women and gender studies, published “Making Generations: Gender, Reproduction and the Afterlife of Slavery in Gayl Jones’s Corregidora.” The article was featured in Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies.
Kathleen Preston, associate professor of psychology, discussed item response theory — a way to analyze test or questionnaire responses in order to improve measurement accuracy and reliability — in a podcast episode of “Research in Action.”
Chelsea Reynolds, assistant professor of communications, authored “‘My Zines, So Far, Aren’t as Political as Other Works I’ve Produced’: Communicative Capitalism Among Queer Feminist Zinesters,” which was published in Communication, Culture and Critique.
Jim Richardson, lecturer in art, recorded an interview with the directors of the Academy Award-winning animated short film “Hair Love” on his YouTube channel, which features interviews of animators, authors and other creatives.
Kristin Rowe, assistant professor of American studies, published “Beyond ‘Good Hair’: Negotiating Hair Politics Through African American Language” in Women and Language and “‘Nothing Else Mattered After That Wig Came Off’: Black Women, Hair and Scenes of Interiority” in The Journal of American Culture.
Rebecca Sheehan, associate professor of cinema and television arts, penned “Epistolary Form and the Displaced Global Subject in Recent Films by James Benning and Jem Cohen,” which was published in Área Abierta: Revista de Comunicación Audiovisual y Publicitaria. The article details how some recent U.S. films are set in the style of letters or diary entries.
Jason Shepard, chair and professor of communications, authored “As State Privacy Law Takes Effect, Advocates Seek More Protection” in the fall 2019 issue of California Publisher.
Cylor Spaulding, assistant professor of communications, penned “Public Relations Versus Propaganda: Communication and the Marian Regime” in the Journal of Communication and Religion, distinguishing between Mary Tudor’s use of public relation strategies and her propagandistic techniques.
John Spiak, director and chief curator of CSUF’s Grand Central Art Center, and Karen Stocker, professor of anthropology, contributed to “Regionalia,” a monograph documenting Cog-nate Collective’s artist residency at the center.