Angela Aleiss

Full Time Lecturer, Information Systems (IS)
Email: angela.aleiss@csulb.edu
Campus Phone: 562-985-7688
Office: CBA-454

  • PhD, Columbia University, 1991
  • Master, Columbia University, 1985
    Major/Concentration: Film Studies
  • Bachelor, Johns Hopkins University, 1978
    Major/Concentration: Humanities
    Academic
  • UCLA - Summer Sessions (2007 - 2014) Visting Assistant Professor
  • Film and Electronic Arts, Media Aesthetics,California State University, Long Beach (2006 - 2006) Lecturer
  • Film and Electronic Arts, Media Aesthetics, California State University, Long Beach (2004 - 2004) Lecturer
  • California State University, Long Beach (2002 - Present) Adjunct Faculty
  • Advanced Writing for Business, University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business (1999 - 2001) Instructor
  • Writing Programs and English Composition, UCLA (1998 - 1998) Lecturer
  • Humanities Division, Antioch University, Los Angeles (1995 - 1995) Adjunct Faculty
  • Council on Education Development,UCLA (1995 - 1995) Lecturer
  • The New School for Social Research (1991 - 1991) Adjunct Faculty
  • "Is This Really the Legendary Cochise? , Indian Country Today Media Network , Oct-2016
  • "Dances With Wolves 25 Years Later: Has Hollywood Improved on Its Portrayal of Indians? , Indian Country Today Media Network , Nov-2015
  • "The Mouse that Roared—The San Carlos Apache Nation Seizes the Spotlight , Eastern Arizona Courier , Sep-2015
  • "What Was the First Feature Film with an All-Native Cast? , Indian Country Today Media Network , Mar-2015
  • "100 Years Ago: Lillian St. Cyr First Native Star in Hollywood Features , U.S. News AND World Report Indian Country Today , Nov--0001
  • "Faith, not Spinning Heads, Takes Center Stage in Exorcist Play , Washington Post (The) , Jan-2012
  • "Academic Technology Instruction" (Jun-2017) ,
  • "Team-Based Learning Approaches in Graduate and Undergraduate Classes" (Nov-2016) ,
  • "Developing Job-Search Skills for Business Students" (Jul-2015) ,
  • "Rooney Mara and Peter Pan's Lily-White Tiger Lily Problem." (Feb-2014) ,
  • "Broken Arrow: What Is a Western" (Jan-2014) , Autry National Center of the American West Los Angeles
  • "The Religion of Twilight: Mormons, Vampires, and Angels" (Jan-2012) , 5th Annual Religions in Conversation Conference
  • "Stolen Identities: The Impact of Racist Stereotypes on Indigenous People" (Jan-2011) , United States Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
  • "Mormon Influence, Imagery Runs Deep through Twilight" (Jan-2010) , 0 0 0
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