The Wayne Morse Center’s new theme, which begins in Fall 2017, will be
“BORDERS, MIGRATION, AND BELONGING.”
The Wayne Morse Center offers ongoing support for faculty and graduate student research through its Resident Scholar and Graduate Student Research Fellowship programs. (Applications for those are due on January 9, 2017.) The Center also offers Project Grants to community organizations, university faculty and departments, and student organizations to support educational events and activities related to the Center’s theme of inquiry. (Applications for those are due on January 24, 2017.) Detailed information about all of these can be found here: http://waynemorsecenter.uoregon.edu/grants-and-faculty-support/
Most proposals can address either the Wayne Morse Center’s theme of inquiry or a variety of other topics related to law and politics, broadly defined. Information about the 2017-2019 theme can be found
|April 13, 2017||to||April 15, 2017|
2017 Latin American, Latino, and Iberian Studies Association (LALISA) Conference
Save-the-date for this conference, which is being cosponsored by the Latin American Studies Program and the Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies.
October 10, 2016—“The experiences of many white college students, even in places as heavily Caucasian as the Northwest, resemble more and more the lives led by many whose immediate roots are in foreign soil, writes UO journalism professor Héctor Tobar in the New York Times.” …
For the full article, go to: White students’ lives looking more like immigrants, prof writes | Around the O
Traveling to Mexico, preserving a cultural heritage
“It would have been the experience of a lifetime. Especially for a nine-year-old.
“It was East Los Angeles, 2005, and Romario Bautista was asked to participate in his community’s annual cultural festival.
“The Danza de la Pluma ceremony—“Dance of the Feather”—is a cherished tradition of one of Mexico’s indigenous groups, the Zapotec of the state of Oaxaca. The danza reenacts the tribe’s fierce battles against invading Spanish conquistadors in the 1500s.
“As Mexicans have moved to the United States over the years, the danza ceremony has moved with them, binding migrant communities in the US to their homeland and preserving culture and history….”
For the full story, go to: Dance of the Storytellers | Cascade: University of Oregon College of Arts and Sciences
September 19, 2016—“UO political scientist Dan Tichenor recently kicked off a new radio program focusing on university research, speaking for almost a half hour on the history of immigration debates in the United States.
“Tichenor, the Philip H. Knight Chair of Political Science at the UO, appeared on the Jefferson Public Radio show CURIOUS/Research Meets Radio. He discussed the history of immigration law. › Continue reading
|June 8, 2017|
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1501 Kincaid St.
Save-the-date for this celebration of the 4th generation of Latino Roots students.
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.
- January 18, 2017:
- January 19, 2017:
- February 3, 2017:
- February 10, 2017:
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- April 13, 2017:
- June 8, 2017:
- Graduate Grant Writing Workshop
- “Gender Justice in Guatemala: Advances and Challenges,” a talk by Erin Beck and Lynn Stephen
- CLLAS Graduate Research Grant Proposals: Deadline Feb. 10, 2017
- 2015-16 CLLAS Impact Report
- “Presente! Art and the Disappeared in Latin America,” with Stephanie Wood and Carlos Aguirre
- UO Today with Mario Sifuentez – YouTube