2018 Journal Articles & Book Chapters

These journal articles & book chapters published by UO faculty and graduate students are in keeping with the CLLAS mission statement.

 
Maria Fernanda Escallón

Katie Meehan

  • Meehan, Katie; Klenk, Nicole L.; Mendez, Fabián. “The Geopolitics of Climate Knowledge Mobilization
    Transdisciplinary Research at the Science–Policy Interface(s) in the Americas.” Science, Technology, & Human Values, November 30, 2017. Link to Meehan’s recent article based on a hemispheric study of climate change knowledge at the science-policy interface across the Americas, supported by a Fulbright NEXUS grant: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0162243917745601

Claudia Holguín Mendoza

  • Holguín Mendoza, Claudia, Davis, Robert L. & Weise, Julie. “La pedagogía crítica y las ciencias sociales: Estrategias para empoderar a los estudiantes de español como lengua de herencia y de L2. Hispania.” [In Press]. [“Critical pedagogy and social sciences: strategies to empower Spanish heritage language and L2 learners”].

David J. Vázquez

  • “‘They don’t understand their own oppression:’ Theorizing an Alternative Ethos of Preservation in John Rechy’s The Miraculous Day of Amalia Gómez,” (in production in Transnational Cityscapes, a special issue of Arizona Quarterly, eds., Dale Pattison and Kevin Concannon, spring 2018). 

Julie Weiss

  • “La Revolución Institucional: The Mexican New Deal in the U.S. South, 1920-80,” chapter invited for Shaped By the State: Toward a New Political History of the 20th Century, ed. Lily Geismer, Brent Cebul and Mason Williams. Chicago: University of Chicago Press [in press].
  • Holguín Mendoza, Claudia, Davis, Robert L. & Weise, Julie. “La pedagogía crítica y las ciencias sociales: Estrategias para empoderar a los estudiantes de español como lengua de herencia y de L2. Hispania.” [In Press]. [“Critical pedagogy and social sciences: strategies to empower Spanish heritage language and L2 learners”].



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