CV & Contact Information

Maziar Behrooz, Ph.D.
Curriculum Vitae
2018

Address:
San Francisco State University
History Department
1600 Holloway Ave.

San Francisco, CA 94132
Work: (415) 338-1776
Fax: (415) 338-7539
E-mail: mroozbeh@sfsu.edu
Web Page:
https://faculty.sfsu.edu/~mroozbeh/home
 

Education:

Interesting Quotations

THESE ARE SIMPLY QUOTATIONS OR POEMS ON DIFFERENT
ASPECTS OF LIFE I FIND INTERESTING, SEE IF YOU DO TOO

 

 

“Do not be concerned that you have no position, be concerned that you have what it takes to merit a position. Do not be concerned that no one recognises you, seek that which is worthy of recognition.”  Confucius

Here a few, there a few,
the drunkards all show up,
the worshipers of wine one by one turn up
Rumi, Shams Book, Gazal 819

 

AIS 560 Modern Creative and Performing Arts

SFSU Spring 2017 Semester

AIS 560.1 Modern Creative and Performing Arts

  • Class Number: 6639
  • MW, 2:10-3:25, BH 252
  • Class Attributes: Upper Division, UD-C: Arts and/or Humanities, SF State Studies: Amer Ethnic & Racial Minorities, SF State Studies: Social Justice

 

BULLETIN DESCRIPTION

Individual and group performance of creative and performing arts in American Indian communities. Fine art, oral poetry, dramatic modes and media. Adaptation of traditional modes to modern situations.

 

AIS 320 American Indian Music

SFSU Spring 2017 Semester

AIS 320.1 American Indian Music

  • Class Number: 9617
  • Fridays, 1:10-3:55, CA 152
  • Class Attributes: Upper Division, UD-C: Arts and/or Humanities, SF State Studies: Amer Ethnic & Racial Minorities, SF State Studies: Social Justice

 

BULLETIN DESCRIPTION

Relationships among music, cultural perspectives, and collective and individual selves of American Indians, Alaskan Natives, and Native Hawaiians.

Graduate Students

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Kelly Krotcova

M.A. Geography Thesis - in progress: Tradeoffs of water security and adequate ecological protection during drought, Coastal California

B.L.A. Landscape Architecture, Iowa State University

Interests: Water Resources, Sustainability, Conservation & Environmental Planning

Awards: Pease Award, 2017

The Fire Drill and the King of Cake

November 14, 2015 - 4:10pm -- Jennifer Arin

During a fire drill at the university, and at the very end of the semester, I took advantage of the forced evacuation from my office to wander over to the farmer's market, which takes place on campus each Thursday. Despite the market’s having just a handful of vendors, a varied fare is featured: Belgian waffles, organic produce, pita bread and hummus, kettle corn, tamales – and assorted cakes and cupcakes at a stand called Kingdom Cake.

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