History 114

History 114.1: World History To 1500
Instructor: Dr. Maziar Behrooz
Fall 2018: W 4:10-6:45, HSS 317

Office Hours: MW 10-11, Science 223 or by appointment.
Tel: (415) 338-1776
E-mail: mroozbeh@sfsu.edu
Webpage: http://faculty.sfsu.edu/~mroozbeh

Leticia Hernandez

Leticia Hernández (Leticia Hernández-Linares) is the author of Mucha Muchacha, Too Much Girl (Tía Chucha, 2015).   She is co-editor of The Wandering Song:  Central American Writing in the United States (with Rubén Martínez & Héctor Tobar, Tía Chucha Press, 2017). Widely published, her writing has appeared in newspapers, anthologies, and literary journals, some of which include, U.S.

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Fall 2018

BIOL 351         Exp. in Cell & Molecular Biology

Spring 2019

BIOL 871         Colloquium in Micro, Cell & Mol Biol

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Ropes, Shirts, Dirty Socks, and a Noble Cause

August 20, 2018 - 1:49pm -- Jennifer Arin

 

In his article "Ropes, Shirts or Dirty Socks" (London Review of Books, 15 June 2017), Adam Smyth reviews the book Paper: Paging through History (Kurlansky 2017), and in the process Smyth pens his own facts about paper, such as this tidbit: "The pages carrying the words of Shakespeare were once ropes, or shirts, and these items, in turn, were owned by people from widely different strata of society ...."

 

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