Faculty Publications



The CSUN Faculty Publications collection contains published articles, preprints, working papers, conference papers, and other research-based works submitted by their authors. Additionally, faculty are provided with individual collections within their departments' communities to archive their work. As part of our Scholar Spotlight program, CSUN Library ScholarWorks personnel sort through faculty-submitted CVs in order to secure permission for open-access archiving.


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Recent Submissions

  • Johnson Jr., Michael (Roman & Littlefield, 2021-07)
    This chapter will critically examine how poverty and race function in tandem within the narrative world of HBO’s award-winning series The Wire (Simon et al., 1999–2007). I will analyze the series across its five seasons, ...
  • Johnson Jr., Michael (Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 2021-04-21)
    Since the arrival of the Coronavirus in the United States, Americans have been forced to quarantine themselves at home in dramatic fashion, unlike almost any other time in the nation’s history. Moreover, the American ...
  • Nahapetian, Ani (2020)
    Female enrollment and retention in STEM fields has lagged behind male enrollment and retention, nationwide. This study aimed to highlight helpful opportunities for current students and champion new approaches to improve ...
  • Farley, Ashley; Langham-Putrow, Allison; Shook, Elisabeth; Sterman, Leila Belle; Wacha, Megan (California State University, Northridge, 2021)
    Presentation: authors of the article "Transformative agreements: Six myths, busted" discuss their findings regarding the state of transformative agreements. Some of the important questions addressed in this session will ...
  • ben Asher, Moshe (Gather the People, 2020)
    One of my most memorable experiences in the early years of my community organizing, which turned out to be an omen, happened while door knocking in a neighborhood organizing drive. It was before faith based organizing came ...