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Exciting New MAS Course: Mexican Superheroes, Demons and Idols
New course examines Mexican pop culture This fall, MAS 395A will become available as a new Mexican-American studies course. The class hopes to provide a fun and engaging way to learn about the... Read More
Congratulations! Tellez and Magaña are awarded the Confluencenter Innovation Farm Grant
UA Confluencenter Expands Innovation Farm Program     The Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry has awarded two teams of faculty members a total of $30,000. UA Confluencenter for... Read More
MAS Spring 2017 Newsletter
CRiA Symposium is a total success!
Congrats to Gabriel Higuera for the success of the Collaborative Research in Action (CRiA) 3rd Annual Youth Symposium on Social Justice & Ethnic Studies. Some 700 attendees participated as... Read More
Congratulations to the Class of 2017!
Dr. Cintli's new piece, "Rodriguez: A Lesson the USA Could Learn from Mexico"
Rodriguez: A Lesson the USA Could Learn from Mexico by Roberto Rodriguez   When I teach the history of Mexican people at the University of... Read More
Check out the latest piece by Téllez and Magaña: "Trump's Border (In)Securities"
TRUMP’S BORDER (IN)SECURITIES By ... Read More
Dr. Téllez and Dr. Romero talk Ethnic Studies in 2017
Advocating for Ethnic Studies in 2017... Read More
Congratulations to Dr. Patrisia Gonzales for her new book, Traditional Indian Medicine: American Indian Wellness
New Book Addresses Traditional,... Read More
Tucson Weekly features excerpt from Dr. Rubio-Goldsmith's new book, Migrant Deaths in the Desert: La Vida No Vale Nada
La Vida No Vale Nada ... Read More

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