Archive for January, 2012
This edition of CLLAS Notes includes:
- “From the Director”—a letter from interim director David Vázquez
- The Oregon Latino Heritage Collaborative
- Reporting on CLLAS Graduate Student Research Grants
- Spain and Latin America through Contemporary Poetry
- Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change Initiatives
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Congratulations to UO history professor Glenn Anthony May, selected as a finalist for the 2012 Oregon Book Award for general nonfiction for his book Sonny Montes and Mexican American Activism in Oregon (Oregon State University Press)
Now in their 25th year, the Oregon Book Awards are conferred by Literary Arts in Portland. Winners will be announced at a ceremony on April 23 at the Gerding Theater at the Armory in Portland (128 NW 11th Ave). The ceremony honors the state’s finest accomplishments by Oregon writers who work in genres of poetry, fiction, literary nonfiction and young readers literature.
Call for Applications—Student Conference: “Indigenous People, Climate Change, and Environmental Knowledge”
|March 1, 2012|
Call for Student Participants/Applications
Application Deadline: March 1, 2012
Students researching any aspect of climate change and indigenous peoples anywhere in the Americas are invited to submit proposals to present their work at a student-focused conference at the University of Oregon on May 23-24, 2012. Research from any discipline and any geographical region within the Americas is acceptable. Topics may range from public perceptions of climate change, climate science, policies, climate change impacts, adaptation, mitigation, history, or traditional ecological knowledge (TEK). The goals of this conference are to promote student research, provide professional experience for students, and generate dialogue about the critical issues facing indigenous peoples related to climate change. › Continue reading
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- October 15, 2015:
- Collective Memory and Human Rights in Guatemala: Lessons from the Past and Challenges for the Present
- Latino Roots Celebration 2015
- Spring 2015 edition of CLLAS Notes now available
- CLLAS Executive Board Member Gabriela Martínez Honored with UO Fund for Faculty Excellence Award
- Latina/os and K-12 Education: Bridging Research and Practice
- Latino Roots Celebration to showcase student films on immigration experience