R. ISET ANUAKAN
California State University Dominguez Hills
Department of Psychology
1000 Victoria Street
Carson, CA 90747
Fellowships, Grants, and Awards:
Who's Who in Collegiate Faculty, Montclair Publishing, New York, (2006-2007
Certificate of Achievement, Digital Techniques, Center for Teaching and
Learning, CSUDH, Summer, 2005.
Faculty Mini-Research Grant, WASC Diversity Committee, CSUDH, Spring
Travel Award, Dean's Office, College of Arts & Science, CSUDH March, 2005.
Faculty Travel Grant, Center for Teaching and Learning, CSUDH, Fall 2004.
Advisor's Excellence Award, Office of Student Life, CSUDH, Spring 2004.
Black Business Students Association Award, CSUDH, March, 2004.
Oxford Round Table, Oxford, England, offered Spring, 2004.
Fulbright Collaborative Research in Rwanda, CSU Sacramento, offered
Enhanced Critical Learning Project, CSUDH Foundation, February, 2003.
Travel Award, Dean's Office, College of Arts & Science, CSUDH March, 2003.
Faculty Teaching Grant, Center for Teaching and Learning, CSUDH, March,
Certificate of Achievement, Digital Basics, CTL, CSUDH, Oct. 2002.
Who's Who, American Association of University Women, July, 2002.
Who’s Who Among Black College Students, Washington, D. C., 1990
World of Poetry Gold and Silver Awards, 1990, 1992
Bullins Memorial Theatre Award, Emeryville, CA, 1992
International Library of Poetry Award, Owing Mills, MD, 2000
"We Real Cool”: Beauty, Image, and Style in African American History, Ph.D.
Dissertation, UC Berkeley, (2002).
Hairpins, Head Raps and Kinky Stories: African American Women in Folklore,
and Cornrows as a Mediator of Aesthetics, Masters Thesis, Berkeley, (1993).
"The Vision of CSUDH: An Examination of Diversity & Civic Engagement at a
21st Century Institution," A Study for the WASC Task Force, CSUDH,
"How Quiet the Center of the Storm: An Economic History of Women in
Louisiana," Electronic Blog, National Council of Black Studies List
Serve, Atlanta, (August, 2005).
Biographical Histories, African American Biographical Institute, Harvard
University, Oxford UP, (forthcoming 2008).
Biographical Histories, Brown Reference Group, London, ((forthcoming 2006).
"History of Black Hair," and "The Black Cinematic Tradition," Encyclopedia of
African Atlantic Relations , ABC-CLIO, Inc., Santa Barbara, CA,
"Princess Literature and The Miss America Pageant," There She Is: Miss
America, Palgrave Macmillan Publishers, (August 2004) ISBN: 1-4039-
"California's Leaders in the Master Plan for Higher Education," Digital Archive
of the Center for the Study of Higher Education, Berkeley, CA. (2002).
DVD & Video:
The Vision of CSUDH: An Examination of Diversity & Civic Engagement at a
Twenty-first Century Institution., Making History Productions, Carson,
Making History I. RIA Productions, Comcast Studios, Los Angeles, CA., (2004).
"The Career of Professor Roy Thomas," Professional Development Program, UC
"The History of Affirmative Action at UC Berkeley," Professional Development
Program, UC Berkeley (1997).
Soular System:Poems for a New Millennium, Scarab Publications, Los Angeles,
"Playing Time" in Nature’s Echoes, International Library of Poetry, Owings
Mills, MD, (Fall 2000) ISBN 1-58235-564-9
"Woman Emerging," in Mists of Enchantment, National Library of Poetry,
Washington, D. C. (1996) ISBN 1-57553-000-7
"Witch’s Back," Eutero Poetry Anthology, Mile High Poetry Society, Denver,
"Measure & Rule, Gender Studies Panel, Popular Culture Association, San Diego,
CA, March, 2005.
"Making History: Digital Media in the History Classroom," Point Loma
Nazarene University, November, 2004.
"Women's Business in California History," CSUDH, March, 2004.
"History in the Making," An Evening with the Stars, UC San Diego, La Jolla, CA,
"A Style of History: Leon Litwack's Bridges to African Americana," UC
Berkeley, May, 2003.
"Black Patriotism," CSUDH Black Faculty & Staff Association, April, 2003.
"Where the Goddess Blues Travels: The Transnational Identity of Yoruba's
Yemaya," National Council of Black Studies, Atlanta, GA March, 2003.
"Debates on Minority Student Achievement," Center for Teaching & Learning
Symposium, CSUDH, March, 2003.
"The Third Black Reconstruction" Thomas Jefferson Law School, San Diego,
"Race and Class in Princess Literature: The Telos of Twenty-First Century
Pageants," National Council of Black Studies, San Diego, 2002.
“Images of Race and Slavery From Ancient Egypt to Nineteenth Century
America,” UCLA, 2000.