Fragmented Landscapes in Chicana and Chicano Studies: Deliberation, Innovation or Extinction?

National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies (NACCS)

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• NACCS Conference 2014 • Salt Lake City, UT •

Fragmented Landscapes in Chicana and Chicano Studies:

Deliberation, Innovation or Extinction?

 

Friday, March 28, 2014
3:00 – 5:00 pm
Cesar Chavez Building, Room 205

 

Recovering the Rain

Andrea Hernandez Holm Mexican American Studies

 

Emerging Spatial Activism for Low Income Communities:

The ‘Ideal’ Home of Spatially Discriminated Mexican Immigrant Homeowners in Chicago.

Yesenia Andrade Mexican American Studies

 

Queering Chicano Vato Memory and Desire in Dino Dinco’s “El Abuelo”

Liliana C. González Spanish and Gender & Women Studies

 

Developing Student Activists at the University of Arizona

Imelda G. Cortez Center for the Study of Higher Education

 

Re-conceptualizing familia on a College Campus:

Charting La Familia de UCLA and Gay Chicano Student Activism in the 1990s

Juan Ochoa Gender & Women Studies and  Mexican American Studies

 

Queering the Archive: Standpoint from a Queer Chicana Feminist Archivist

Lizeth Zepeda • Information Resources & Library Science

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03/25/2014 - 08:11

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