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Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies at Cal State L.A.

Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies at Cal State L.A. The Department of Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies (CLS) offers an innovative interdisciplinary curriculum that includes courses in education, health sciences, history, literature, political science, psychology, art and culture.

The Department of Chicana(o) and Latina(o) Studies at California State University, Los Angeles offers an interdisciplinary program which includes a transnational approach to understanding the historical experiences and contemporary social status of the US population of Latin American origin. Our approach provides the tools the tools to conduct research and critical thinking in Education, Sociology

The Department of Chicana(o) and Latina(o) Studies at California State University, Los Angeles offers an interdisciplinary program which includes a transnational approach to understanding the historical experiences and contemporary social status of the US population of Latin American origin. Our approach provides the tools the tools to conduct research and critical thinking in Education, Sociology

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“I think that there’s still so much to do….I believe in the young generation. I watch them. I really think they can teac...
04/18/2022
Oral History Center Releases Project Documenting Founding Generation of Chicana/o Studies

“I think that there’s still so much to do….I believe in the young generation. I watch them. I really think they can teach us so much, because they come with freshness and eagerness and new ideas. And I just want them to know their history.” – Emma Pérez, University of Arizona

https://update.lib.berkeley.edu/2022/04/18/oral-history-center-releases-project-documenting-founding-generation-of-chicana-o-studies/?fbclid=IwAR36Ue8bPr3GC_nDqXtQ-X2SxnX3blF-MZzpahLkGZzkUwcodrdXtENWQJk

These interviews offer a rare, firsthand look at the development of Chicana/o studies over the last fifty years, as well as unique insight into the lives and careers of the pioneering scholars involved.

Sound check. Prepping for today's Cal State LA premier of We Still Here / Nos Tenemos Join us!
04/11/2022

Sound check. Prepping for today's Cal State LA premier of We Still Here / Nos Tenemos Join us!

Join us today! We Still Here, A Documentary Premier at CSULA Join us this Monday, April 11th at Cal State LA to celebrat...
04/11/2022

Join us today! We Still Here, A Documentary Premier at CSULA

Join us this Monday, April 11th at Cal State LA to celebrate the film premier of their film We Still Here We Still Here / Nos Tenemos at 12 PM.

👉 12PM: Conversation with Filmmakers & Film Screening, U-SU
Theater
👉 2:30PM: Bomba Performance & light refreshments, U-SU
Plaza (come and join the celebration)

At these events, both filmmakers and producers, Eli and Khalil will lead us in discussing the incredible youth and community organizing efforts of Comerío, Puerto Rico, who navigated the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, a disaster that brought an unprecedented level of devastation to an island already in an economic and political crisis.

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Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies at Cal State L.A. at Preview Day 2022. Felicidades! Congratulations to all the newly admi...
04/09/2022

Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies at Cal State L.A. at Preview Day 2022. Felicidades! Congratulations to all the newly admitted students.

Join us for a screening of  We Still Here/Nos Tenemos and a conversation with the filmmakers.👉  12PM: Conversation with ...
04/07/2022

Join us for a screening of We Still Here/Nos Tenemos and a conversation with the filmmakers.

👉 12PM: Conversation with Filmmakers & Film Screening, U-SU
Theater
👉 2:30PM: Bomba Performance & light refreshments, U-SU
Plaza (come and join the celebration)

In the lush mountains in the center of Puerto Rico, 24-year-old Mariangelie Ortiz leads a group of young residents during the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. These young people never thought they would become leaders in their community but nonetheless find themselves traveling to Washington D.C. to protest in the halls of Congress. Follow them in this coming-of-age story as they find their power and begin creating a sustainable future for themselves and their community. The event will be followed by a bomba performance at 2:30 p.m. in the U-SU Plaza. Light refreshments will be served.

Dear Cal State LA community, join us this Monday to celebrate the film premier of We Still Here We Still Here / Nos Tene...
04/06/2022

Dear Cal State LA community, join us this Monday to celebrate the film premier of We Still Here We Still Here / Nos Tenemos on Monday, April 11th at 12 PM. We know how critical it is to support emerging Afro-latinx and filmmakers of color in front of and behind the camera, so we’re happy to announce the premiere of the newly released documentary, We Still Here/Nos Tenemos at the University-Student Union Theatre.

👉 12PM: Conversation with Filmmakers & Film Screening, U-SU
Theater
👉 2:30PM: Bomba Performance & light refreshments, U-SU
Plaza (come and join the celebration)

At these events, both filmmakers and producers, the Jacobs-Fantauzzi brothers, Eli and Khalil will lead us in discussing the incredible youth and community organizing efforts of Comerío, Puerto Rico, who navigated the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, a disaster that brought an unprecedented level of devastation to an island already in an economic and political crisis. Unquestionably, our panelists will deliver a powerful experience to our Cal State LA community.

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Sharing again in case you just got paid and want to offer support to our amazing CLS grad student who is getting the opp...
04/02/2022
Yessica’s DACA Study Abroad Opportunity, organized by Yessica Avila

Sharing again in case you just got paid and want to offer support to our amazing CLS grad student who is getting the opportunity to go to Mexico on advance parole. She is a queer DACAmented/undocuscholar who needs our help. Please consider donating any amount. Thanks!

https://gofund.me/a7861681

Hello everyone! My name is Yessica, and I am a second-year graduate stude… Yessica Avila needs your support for Yessica’s DACA Study Abroad Opportunity

FYI...Campus Employment Homepage:http://www.csueastbay.edu/oaa/jobs/index.htmlDescription:FACULTY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY...
04/02/2022
Job Details | Careers

FYI...
Campus Employment Homepage:
http://www.csueastbay.edu/oaa/jobs/index.html
Description:

FACULTY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

DEPARTMENT OF ETHNIC STUDIES

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ETHNIC STUDIES (COMPARATIVE ETHNIC STUDIES)

FULL-TIME TENURE-TRACK

THE UNIVERSITY: California State University, East Bay (CSUEB) is a comprehensive university serving the San Francisco Bay Area/Silicon Valley. It is known for award-winning programs, expert instruction, its diverse student body, and a choice of more than 100 career-focused fields of study. With an enrollment of approximately 15,000 students and 900 faculty, CSUEB is organized into four colleges. The University offers bachelor’s degrees in 49 fields, minors in 52 fields, master’s degrees in 34 fields, 16 credentials programs, 18 certificate options, and 1 doctoral degree program. https://www.csueastbay.edu

THE PROGRAM AND DEPARTMENT: The Department of Ethnic Studies provides an academically rigorous program that substantively contributes to the University's public commitment to provide a multicultural learning experience. Our comparative and interdisciplinary program covers six core areas: American Indian Studies; Asian American Studies; Black Studies; Chicanx and Latinx Studies; Comparative Ethnic Studies (Available online only); and Genders and Sexualities in Communities of Color. In our courses, we teach students to analyze social relations of race, class, gender, and sexuality; develop nuanced understandings of social justice; and act as socially responsible global citizens. The Department of Ethnic Studies has eight full-time faculty members and four full-time lecturers. The Department of Ethnic Studies is committed to interdisciplinary, intersectional, decolonial, and social justice-oriented course content and pedagogies. https://www.csueastbay.edu/ethnic/

DUTIES OF THE POSITION: The Department of Ethnic Studies seeks an innovative teacher/scholar/activist with training in Comparative Ethnic Studies. The new faculty member would develop and teach a variety of courses in our department, especially courses that meet the new CSU Ethnic Studies Graduation Requirement (Area F). Candidates should be able to apply critical, interdisciplinary, intersectional, de/anticolonial, and/or culturally sustaining methods to their teaching, mentorship, and research. We especially welcome candidates with an active interest in continuing research and scholarship that specialize(s) in Critical Mixed Race Studies, community engagement, abolition, Critical Media Studies, and arts and culture.

Please note that teaching assignments at California State University, East Bay include courses at the Hayward, Oakland, Concord, and Online campuses. The policy and expectation of the California State University is that all faculty members will perform all of their duties within the state of California. Faculty teach core courses required of all majors as well as courses in their area of concentration. All faculty have advising responsibilities, assist the department with administrative and/or committee work, and are expected to assume campus-wide responsibilities.

RANK AND SALARY: Assistant Professor. Salary is dependent upon educational preparation and experience. Subject to budgetary authorization.

DATE OF APPOINTMENT: Fall Semester, 2022.

QUALIFICATIONS

Earned doctorate (PhD) in Ethnic Studies, Gender/Women’s Studies, Education, or any related interdisciplinary field with degree in hand no later than the effective date of the appointment.

Specialized preparation in one or more of the following areas of Comparative Ethnic Studies: Critical Mixed Race Studies, Community Engagement, Abolition, Critical Media Studies, or Arts and Culture.

Demonstrate commitment to anticolonial and antiracist pedagogical strategies and mentoring undergraduate students.

Experience as an instructor or as a teaching assistant at the college level.

Actively engaged in research and have demonstrated a record of success (or potential for success) in research or creative activities with diverse populations.

Demonstrate experience in teaching, mentoring, research, community service and/or social justice that has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).

The University is fully committed to the rights of students, staff, and faculty with disabilities in accordance with applicable state and federal laws. For more information about the University’s program supporting the rights of our students with disabilities see: http://www20.csueastbay.edu/af/departments/as/.

https://csucareers.calstate.edu/detail.aspx?pid=92812&fbclid=IwAR1SFc6_JR8yanP2lvLkZnyZ3mQXEs01zPZGRg7rpbQc9Ou43DZsXowbKYQ

THE UNIVERSITY:  California State University, East Bay (CSUEB) is a comprehensive university serving the San Francisco Bay Area/Silicon Valley. It is known for award-winning programs, expert instruction, its diverse student body, and a choice of more than 100 career-focused fields of study.  With ...

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04/02/2022

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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE: SF State President Lynn Mahoney has appointed Dr. Amy Sueyoshi Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, effective July 1, 2022. She replaces Jennifer Summit who will return to the classroom and her research.

Sueyoshi has been the first in many roles in her time at SF State: first hire in queer studies in the College of Ethnic Studies, first female dean of the College of Ethnic Studies and now the first person of color to serve as provost at San Francisco State University. A faculty member at SF State since 2002, Dr. Sueyoshi previously served as director of Race and Resistance Studies (2006-2012) and associate dean of the College of Ethnic Studies (2012-2017).

Congratulations, Amy and thank you to Jennifer Summit for all that you have done in the service of our students and our mission.

Read more about SF State's newest provost: https://bit.ly/3LyePVQ

FYI..._____________________________We are excited to announce an open position for a Temporary Full-Time Instructor in o...
04/01/2022
Ethnic Studies Instructor, part-time

FYI...
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We are excited to announce an open position for a Temporary Full-Time Instructor in our newly created Ethnic Studies program at College of the Desert. This position is a newly created faculty line. The new instructor will be entering a supportive teaching environment where we are excited about the development of our new Ethnic Studies Associate Degree program. This position is a temporary full-time position for Fall 2022, with a possible extension through Spring 2023.

Candidates should hold an MA or PhD in an Ethnic Studies field of study like African American Studies, Black Studies, Asian American Studies, Native American and Indigenous Studies, Latinx & Chicanx Studies, for example.

The application deadline is April 17th. Applicants both in and outside of the college’s geographic area are encouraged to apply, especially those with a strong interest in teaching online.

You can find a link to the position here.
https://cod.peopleadmin.com/postings/5696

We also have a similar posting for those who would like to teach part-time in Ethnic Studies.
https://cod.peopleadmin.com/postings/5718

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Join Profe Revilla, April 28th from 12:15 - 1:15 pmregister to join us on Zoom: bit.ly/ELAC042822.
03/29/2022

Join Profe Revilla, April 28th from 12:15 - 1:15 pm
register to join us on Zoom: bit.ly/ELAC042822.

Opportunity: Getty Marrow Multicultural Undergraduate Internships at the CSRC
03/22/2022
Opportunity: Getty Marrow Multicultural Undergraduate Internships at the CSRC

Opportunity: Getty Marrow Multicultural Undergraduate Internships at the CSRC

In Summer 2022, the CSRC will host two paid summer internships structured around current and ongoing CSRC projects. In addition to contributing to the CSRC’s mission to provide information resources on Chicano history and culture, the interns will gain career-relevant experience. Deadline to apply...

03/18/2022

The Institute for Advanced Catholic Studies at USC is hosting an exciting event featuring our very own, Homeboy Art Academy Executive Director, Fabian Debora. This event will highlight Fabian’s art and all the important work happening at Homeboy Industries and the Homeboy Art Academy. It's also catered by Homegirl Café!

RSVP for this FREE event, taking place on Sunday, April 10 at 3 p.m. at the USC Fisher Museum of Art.

For more information and registration, visit https://dornsife.usc.edu/iacs/holyart.

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I am alumni of Cal State La. I graduated in 1964 with a degree B.S. in Mechanical engineering. Recently I learned about opening of SIKAND SITI CENTER. Mr. Sikand Sr. was my first contact in engineering staff and When I arrived in 1960 from India- on campus straight from LAX( I was late for Sept. semester) thru our foreign student adviser; I met Mr. Sikand and he allowed me to take his course(for me first course in engineering). I did not speak good English plus I could not understand what is going on in the class; but Mr. Sikand with patience explaining me in English & Hindi so I can merge with American school atmosphere; eventually I did very good in his course but that uplifting I will never forget. I heard thru opening of center news about his passing away in 2014-I felt very sad I could not meet him but I would like to meet or talk to his son and I want to give my personal thanks and gratitude. I will appreciate if you can connect me and I would like to visit campus ( I shoe bird eye view of campus) I was surprised how much it has grew but I want to see campus and donate something to the center- I am now 79 years old retired with good life, good professional carrier in Engineering & Construction; I went to USC and got my MS in Chemical Engineering and 37 years with PARSONS corporation in Pasadena
Will the Chicano Studies Department honor Dr. Negrete by offering a scholarship in his name?
I just returned from the funeral services for Dr. Lou Negrete. I saw Lou's friend there Roberto Cantú as well as Marty Aleman who knew Lou over the years. I hope that the Department considers setting up a scholarship in his name. He contributes so much to the department and the Chicano Movement.
Hi Friends! I need your help I am a second year graduating graduate student in Psychology at CSULA and I am conducting a study that examines different experiences related to social identities and academic outcomes among graduate students. Parts of this survey were developed for my thesis. The survey has items that look at different topics, such as race, gender, ethnicity, education, and mental health. We are hoping to get a diverse sample of graduate students that reflect different programs, career paths, and demographics. In this study, you will be requested to complete an anonymous questionnaire survey that will take approximately 15-30 minutes to complete. Your responses are to be kept anonymous. Your participation is completely voluntary and you will be able to stop participating at any time. There will be no penalty to you if you choose not to complete this survey. Every person that participates is contributing greatly to the study and all participants, regardless of social identities, are valuable. If you have colleagues and connections at other institutions, I would greatly appreciate the message below being forwarded to them as well. Would it be possible for you to forward this to any graduate students you may know? Please use this URL and to take the survey: tinyurl.com/graduateexperiences THIS PROJECT HAS BEEN REVIEWED BY THE CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LOS ANGELES INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARD FOR THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN SUBJECTS IN RESEARCH. ADDITIONAL CONCERNS AND COMPLAINTS, OR QUESTIONS REGARDING YOUR RIGHTS AS A RESEARCH PARTICIPANT, SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO THE ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT FOR RESEARCH AND ACADEMIC PERSONNEL (Phone number: 323-343-3798).
This is a great opportunity to democratize AQUI and AYA. We need to participate what is happening in the land of the pyramids and democratize, no more injustices Aqui and Aya.
Fellow Cal state LA students. Im helping my friend put on her event. We believe in new talent and those who want to start selling their art. We want to give an opportunity to those hidden talents that have not been discover yet. She wants to grow up in the leadership business and we want to help others start selling their arts and crafts. If your interested in participating, you can contact by email or Instagram. The email is [email protected] at the Instagram @tianguizcultural
I am a filmmaker born in Vieques, Boriken. My film is airing in the Los Angeles area and would greatly appreciate it if you can share it out – thank you. *WHERE:* Laemmle Music Hall | 9036 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211 3:30pm – Red Carpet Arrivals; Interviews 4:00pm to 5:25pm – Screening | Q & A Alex Here’s a link with all the details: https://www.rednationff.com/taino-daka-i-am/?fbclid=IwAR2uQfFB5OrX0OKFSNs1WCooA9cYBXouCzTNsW-9i0FVcaZjatQfKvl0o_Y
We're so excited for our upcoming theatrical experience and we don't want you to miss out. Valid now through November 17th, use code: Brokelife to get $5 off any ticket level for THE TIMES. It's easy! Just visit our eventbrite page (bit.ly/thetimes2018), select your date and enter the code. #thetimes2018 #teatro #disount #losangeles #amplify #teatrolunawest #teatroluna
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This Sunday, Theresa A. Yugar, lecturer within the Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies department at Cal State University, LA, is organizing a mass to celebrate the Inca Christ Child THIS Sunday, 30th, 3-4:30, at Our Lady of the Angels Cathedral. For those of you who may not be able to come you can see it LIVE on ESNE-"El Sembrador Nueva Generación" radio station. This is incredible! Please share information with others.
Hey everyone! I've been working for the University of Guadalajara for a while and I wanted to share this upcoming event (I'm sorry if the post is invasive to the page) The conference is about "Cine Fronterizo" of the 1950's through the 1980's and we would really appreciate it if anyone would come and listen to this incredible researcher