Archive for February, 2013
CLLAS Advisory Board member Amalia Gladhart recently published a translation of Trafalgar, by Argentine writer Angélica Gorodischer, with Small Beer Press. Trafalgar is a series of linked stories related by Trafalgar Medrano, inter-galactic merchant (everything but arms) and pillar of the business community in his native Rosario, Argentina. Amalia Gladhart is head, UO Department of Romance Languages, and professor of Spanish.
“Telling a Story that Must be Heard: The Use of Community Indicators as Tools for Empowerment in Marginalized Communities”
|February 24, 2014|
|12:00 pm||to||1:00 pm|
Presented by the Department of Ethnic Studies
Jane Rongerude and Gerardo Sandoval
Jane Rongerude is an assistant professor in the Department of Community and Regional Planning at Iowa State University and the faculty director for Iowa State’s Masters Degree in Community Development. Her research focuses on urban systems of poverty management, and in particular on the redevelopment of public housing. Within these systems, she investigates the institutional arrangements that help to disperse, shift, and reform poor households within the urban landscape. As a result of these areas of inquiry, she has developed a strong foundation in the areas of revitalization, housing policy, and community development.
Gerardo Sandoval is a participating ethnic studies faculty and assistant professor in the Department of Planning, Public Policy and Management and associate director of the Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies at the University of Oregon. His research focuses on the roles of immigrants in community regeneration, the responses of governments to the presence of immigrants, and the ways that transnational relationships shape spaces that immigrants inhabit.
|March 6, 2014|
|3:00 pm||to||5:00 pm|
Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
1222 E. 13th Ave., UO campus
Gisela Fosado Duke Editor for Gender, Latin American and Latino Studies
This workshop will cover some of the common challenges of turning the dissertation into a first book (some of which also tend to crop up in the second book), the complicated state of the publishing industry and trends that are emerging in publishing scholarly books. These trends speak to what might be the state of scholarly publishing in 10 or so years. The workshop will also cover books with integral digital content, including discussion on gender and newer publication formats. Dr. Fosado will speak for 40 minutes and leave more than an hour for questions. Please come with specific questions for the workshop.
Those planning to attend should RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cosponsored by the Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies and the Américas Research Interest Group of the Center for the Study of Women in Society.
|February 17, 2014|
|2:00 pm||to||3:30 pm|
“The Racial Sexual View from Here,” a lecture by queer Chicano writer and educator Ricardo Bracho
Ricardo A. Bracho is a writer and educator who has worked in theater, independent film and video, the academy, and community organizing for over 20 years. His lecture will focus on theater as a form of analysis and as a practice of radical consciousness-raising for minoritized communities. Bracho has taught theater and creative writing in university and community settings, and has also worked extensively in harm reduction and HIV prevention within queer Latina/o communities. Recently, he has worked as an art director, producer, editorial consultant, and co-writer on independent film projects. › Continue reading
|February 18, 2014|
|11:30 am||to||1:00 pm|
Success in private, public, or nonprofit work environments means graduates must be able to work effectively with diverse populations. Now open to graduate students from all departments: Intercultural Competency Program (ICP).
Build graduate level skills in cultural sensitivity by blending classroom learning with hands on experience through the following courses:
- PPPM 552: Public Participation in Diverse Communities (Spring 2014)
- PPPM 605: Seminar on Intercultural Compentency (Summer 2014, Zero-Week)
- PPPM 604: Intercultural Internship (Summer 2014 or Fall 2014)
|February 12, 2014|
|4:00 pm||to||7:00 pm|
Knight Law Center
1515 Agate St.
Alumudena Bernabeu, International Attorney, The Center for Justice & Accountability
Access the above link for giving to the Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies Gift Fund. Online gifts may be made using the form available at this link; all gifts are processed by the University of Oregon Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization responsible for receiving and administering private donations to the University of Oregon.
- May 6, 2016:
- “Crossing Borders: Women’s Stories of Immigration, Migration, and Transition,” CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium (NWWS) (12:00 pm)
- NWWS Documentary Film Premiere “Sad Happiness: Cinthya’s Transborder Journey,” directed by Lynn Stephen (12:00 pm)
- 2016 Seed Grant Competition for Faculty and Collaborative Research Groups (12:00 pm)
- NWWS “Crossing Borders: What It Means in the Life of a Child,” with keynote author Reyna Grande (1:00 pm)
- “From Iguala to El Otro Lado: A Young Girl’s Journey to the American Dream,” NWWS Keynote Talk with author Reyna Grande (6:00 pm)
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- October 14, 2016:
- Immigrants’ struggle is really our struggle | Opinion | Eugene Register-Guard
- NWWS “Crossing Borders: What It Means in the Life of a Child,” with keynote author Reyna Grande
- NWWS Documentary Film Premiere “Sad Happiness: Cinthya’s Transborder Journey,” directed by Lynn Stephen
- “From Iguala to El Otro Lado: A Young Girl’s Journey to the American Dream,” NWWS Keynote Talk with author Reyna Grande
- Spring Film Series. Ayotzinapa: Crónica de un crimen de estado | Latin American Studies
- Zapotec hip-hop artist Mare Advertencia Lirika in concert on her SiempreViva Tour