Classes:

Spring 2015
LATN 202 | Intermediate Latin.
CLAS 280 | Cinema and the Ancient World
CLAR 425 | Roman Art and Archaeology

Autumn 2014
CLAR 250 | Archaeology of the Ancient World.
CLAR 500 | Egyptian Civilisation.
CLAR 545/845 | Pompeii and Herculaneum Seminar.

Spring 2014
CLAR 532/832 | Greek and Roman Wall Painting Seminar.

Autumn 2013 (Sabbatical)

Spring 2013
LATN 202 | Intermediate Latin.
CLAR 500 | Egyptian Civilisation.

Awards

 

2018 California Collaborative Advising & Counseling Conference Scholarship

Lecturer Travel Grant, English Department, San Francisco State University, 2016.

X.J. Kennedy Award for Nonfiction, Rosebud, 2015.

Distingushed Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching, San Francisco State University, 2015.

Spanish Ministry of Culture Award, 2013.

Solas Culture and Ideas Award, Travelers’ Tales, 2010.

The Roots of Desire selected for the Women’s Leadership Institute Literary Salon, Mills College, 2009.

Publications

Ways We Hold"How do we stay rooted in a world of flux? 'Oh, to keep ourselves / from falling,' Jennifer Arin exclaims, and here is a poet who understands and celebrates the complexity of this impossible wish. Meditating on ancient languages and cityscapes, flow charts and romance, Arin brings an awareness of time's ineluctable passage and poetry's power to stop it, however briefly.

Journal of Japanese Linguistics

De Gruyter, one of the world’s leading publishers in the fields of linguistics and communication science publishes the Journal of Japanese Linguistics (JJL) (starting Issue 34-1, 2018).

“After wandering from university to university for four decades, we are happy that the Journal of Japanese Linguistics has now found a permanent home with an academic publisher renowned for linguistics as well as for Asian studies,” said Masahiko Minami, JJL’s Editor-in-Chief, who is Professor of Japanese at SFSU.
De Gruyter Mouton

Until DJournal of Japanese Linguisticsecember 2017, the Journal of Japanese Linguistics was available at The Dilena Takeyama Center for the Study of Japan and Japanese Culture. Visit: http://japancenter.sfsu.edu/pages/journal-japanese-linguistics

Up to JJL Volume 33, online purchases are still available through SF State emarket store, please click on the link below to visit the emarket store for The Journal of Japanese Linguistics: JJL Online https://commerce.cashnet.com/JOURNALLINGUISTICS

Editor-in-Chief

Masahiko Minami, San Francisco State University

Honorary Editors

Masayoshi Shibatani (Rice University, USA)
Taro Kageyama (Doshisha University, Japan)
Yukinori Takubo (National Institute for Japanese Language & Linguistics, Japan)
Mineharu Nakayama (The Ohio State University, USA)

Editorial Board
Makiko Hirakawa (Chuo University, Japan)
Yuki Hirose (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Kaoru Horie (Nagoya University, Japan)
Masatoshi Koizumi (Tohoku University, Japan)
Yoshiko Matsumoto (Stanford University, USA)
Armin Mester (University of California, Santa Cruz, USA)
Toshiyuki Ogihara (University of Washington, USA)
Shigeko Okamoto (University of California, Santa Cruz, USA)
Tsuyoshi Ono (University of Alberta, Canada)
Koji Sugisaki (Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan)

Editorial Assistant
Keiko Yukawa (Chabot College, USA)

Online Purchases

Volume 33

Publication Year: 2017

Scheduled Publication: October 2017

Volume 33 Front Cover

Special Issue

  • Sociocultural and dialogical perspectives on language and communicative activity for second language education (Koichi Nishiguchi)
  • Compilation of Japanese learners’ dictionaries (Yuriko Sunakawa)
  • The effects of narrative types in children’s narrative production (Hiromi Muranaka-Vuletich)
  • Practical linguistics of Japanese: Japanese linguistics’ contributions to teaching dareka/nanika (Etsuyo Yuasa)
  • A new approach to business Japanese instruction: Content-based instruction using business cases (Tomoko Takami)
  • Co-regulation in pair work: Insights from the Japanese as a foreign language (JFL) classroom (Vera E. W. Hanaoka)
  • A new content-based textbook for intermediate/advanced Japanese (Noriko Nagata)

Downloads

 

AIS 235.3 American Indians: Images and Issues in the Mass Media

SFSU Spring 2016 Semester

AIS 235.3 American Indians: Images and Issues in the Mass Media

  • Schedule # 7855
  • MW, 11:10-12:25pm, BH 252
  • Class Attributes: Lower Division, GE C1: Arts, Overlay: American Ethnic and Racial Minorities, Overlay: Social Justice

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