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2016-17 CLLAS Impact Report now available

October 2, 2017—Our 2016-17 CLLAS Impact Report is available in hard copy for those who request it. The PDF version can be accessed at: 2016-17_CLLAS_ Impact_Rp_WEB

This report includes a discussion of project highlights, research funding, and events from AY 2016-17.

It also includes a brief profile of executive board member Alaí Reyes-Santos, a letter from director  Gabriela Martínez, and important statistics reflecting CLLAS’s impact on campus.

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Thursday, October 5th, 2017 Academics, Publications No Comments

David Woken on critical librarianship and Spanish Heritage learners

“Critically Interrogating Oregon History in the Archives: Spanish Heritage Learners in the PCUN Records”

Check out CLLAS Executive Board member David Woken’s article in the Oregon Library Association Quarterly (Vol. 23 No. 2). http://commons.pacificu.edu/olaq/vol23/iss2/7/

David is the History and Latin American Studies Librarian in the Knight Library and curator of the PCUN archive in UO Libraries Special Collections and University Archives. He describes his methodology for applying insights from critical information literacy pedagogy to his work with UO Spanish Heritage Language students in the PCUN archive. Great work! › Continue reading

Spring 2017 CLLAS Notes now available

Spring 2017 CLLAS Notes

This spring issue of CLLAS Notes includes descriptions of three student-made documentary films that were produced in the 2017 Latino Roots classes. A celebration on June 8 will feature clips from student films, an exhibit of archived materials, and music by Springfield High School Mariachi del Sol and by Latin American guitarist, Ricardo Cardenas. 

Gabriela Martínez, an associate professor in the School of Journalism and Communication and the 2016-17 interim director of CLLAS, discusses the highlights of the many winter and spring events sponsored by CLLAS. Professor Martínez will continue as codirector of CLLAS in 2017-18, along with Alaí Reyes-Santos, associate professor, Department of Ethnic Studies.

In this issue of CLLAS Notes, Professor Reyes-Santos writes about the CLLAS-supported research she is working on with anthropology professor Ana-Maurine Lara in “Decolonizing Knowledge: Afro Indigenous Women Healers in the Caribbean and Its Diasporas.” › Continue reading

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CLLAS graduate student grantee Tobin Hansen had a productive year

Tobin Hansen, doing research in the field.

Each year, CLLAS asks its graduate student research grant recipients to report back on the impact of their CLLAS grants, letting us know what awards and additional grants they won, what papers they’ve published, and so on. Here is a report from 2016-17 grantee Tobin Hansen, a PhD candidate in anthropology.

INVITED CHAPTER

2017 Hansen, Tobin. (Forthcoming). “‘Criminal Alien’ Arrests, Detentions, and Deportations: Child Migrants’ Social Citizenship and the Right to Presence in the United States.” In Boehm, D. A. & Terrio, S. J. (Eds.), Il/legal Encounters: Migration, Detention, and Deportation in the Lives of Young People. New York: New York University Press. › Continue reading

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Now available: Winter 2017 CLLAS Notes

0117_cllas_notesWinter 2017 CLLAS Notes

This winter issue of CLLAS Notes does not include some late-breaking news that we will formally announce at the start of our winter term (yes, this is a teaser!).

But what we do have in this issue is a warm letter from interim director Gabriela Martínez that includes a wrap-up of our fall events and a look at coming events, updates on our Research Action Projects, research articles from our CLLAS Graduate Research Award winners, book news and news & updates from our campus community, brief profiles of faculty and staff members who are new to campus, and other exciting bits and pieces about the ongoing work of CLLAS and its community and faculty affiliates.

Those of you on our campus and community mailing list will receive printed copies after the start of winter term.

Meanwhile, we extend warm holiday wishes.

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Friday, January 6th, 2017 News, Publications No Comments

Op-Ed Workshop with Hector Tobar

March 9, 2017
4:00 pmto6:00 pm

RSVP: cllas@uoregon.edu

SOJC professor and best-selling author Hector Tobar will lead a two-hour workshop intended to help faculty and staff develop their op-ed writing skills. Those of you who have expertise you would like to share with the general public, but who feel challenged to express your knowledge in language best suited to a non-academic audience, are invited to attend.

This workshop will have limited seating.

You are required to RSVP for confirmation: cllas@uoregon.edu

Location information comes with RSVP.

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