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Volume 56, Number 22    February 9, 2009         

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Professor of Anthropology Sarah Soh published a book titled "The Comfort Women: Sexual Violence and Postcolonial Memory in Korea and Japan" (University of Chicago Press; February 2009).

Professor of Art Lewis deSoto's solo art exhibition "Before After" opened Feb. 6 and runs through March 28 at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art.

Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts
Assistant Professor of Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts Jeff Jacoby was awarded "Best in Category" for long-form radio at the 2009 Broadcast Education Association Festival for "The Traveling Radio Show Goes to San Francisco!"

Warren Haack, instructional support technician in the Cinema Department, presented his film "Dead in the Sierra: The Legend of Two Joaquins" at the Hayward Area Historical Society on Jan. 29. The film stars Professor of Theatre Arts Carlos Barón.

In the December 2008 issue of The Argonaut, the magazine of the San Francisco Museum and Historical Society, Professor Emeritus of History Bill Issel published an article titled "A Different Era: Julia Gorman Porter's San Francisco Liberalism."

Theatre Arts
"It Ain't Me," a play by Claire Rice, lecturer and assistant office manager in the Theatre Arts Department, premiered Feb. 7 and will be performed through Feb. 28 at El Teatro de la Esperanza in San Francisco.


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