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​Center for Latino Studies


Emerging Scholars, 2020-2021
Virtual Schedule


Save the Dates!

Thursdays (Jan 28, Feb 4, Feb 11), 1pm and 2:30pm

Fridays (Jan 29, Feb 5, Feb 12), 10am and 1pm


Thursday, January 28

1 pm: Colorblind Racism in the Post-Civil Rights Era, by Jomaira Salas Pujols
2:30 pm: “Representations of Violence in Latin America," by Dr. Jimena Perry


Friday, January 29

10:00 am: “Black Girls' Journeying: Identifying and Challenging (In)justice through Movement" by Jomaira Salas Pujols
1:00 pm: “Trying to Remember: Museums, Exhibitions, and Memories of Violence in Colombia, 2000-2014" by Dr. Jimena Perry

Thursday, February 4

1 pm: Intersections of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender Identity, by Dr. Alessandra Rosa


2:30 pm: “Reimagining Community Beyond Borders: The Translocal Work of the Indigenous Comité Civico Popular Mixteco (CCPM) in the San Diego Region during the late 1980s," by Jorge Ramírez

Friday, February 5

10:00 am: “Contested Spaces in Higher Education: students advocating for accessible and quality public higher education in Puerto Rico," by Dr. Alessandra Rosa
1:00 pm: “Becoming Indigenous: Race, Violence, and Indigeneity between Southern Mexico and the U.S./Mexican Pacific Coast, 1970-1994" by Jorge Ramírez


Thursday, February 11

1 pm: “Surviving Ephemera: Race and Visual Culture of the 1970s in East Los Angeles," by Michael Anthony Turcios
2:30 pm: Exploring the Chicanx migrant worker testimonies by Jeremy Gallion

Friday, February 12

10:00 am: “Relational Displacements: Visual and Literary Culture of Resistance in the East Los Angeles Barrios and Banlieues of Paris, France," by Michael Anthony Turcios
1:00 pm: Chicanx migrant labor experience in the Caldwell Labor Camp by Jeremy Gallion

​Research Presentations for Faculty, Staff, and Graduate Students

Friday, January 29 at 10am
Black Girls' Journeying: Identifying and Challenging (In)justice through Movement

A Research Presentation by Jomaira Salas Pujols
Zoom Meeting
Zoom ID: 996 8930 316
Password: 212601

 

Friday, January 29 at 1pm
Trying to Remember: Museums, Exhibitions, and Memories of Violence in Colombia, 2000-2014

A Research Presentation by Dr. Jimena Perry

Friday, February 5 at 10am
Contested Spaces in Higher Education: students advocating for accessible and quality public higher education in Puerto Rico

A Research Presentation by Dr. Alessandra Rosa

Friday, February 5 at 1pm
Becoming Indigenous: Race, Violence, and Indigeneity between Southern Mexico and the U.S./Mexican Pacific Coast, 1970-1994

A Research Presentation by Jorge Ramírez

Friday, February 12 at 10am
Relational Displacements: Visual and Literary Culture of Resistance in the East Los Angeles Barrios and Banlieues of Paris, France

A Research Presentation by Michael Anthony Turcios

Friday, February 12 at 1pm
Chicanx migrant labor experience in the Caldwell Labor Camp

A Research Presentation by Jeremy Gallion

Learning Opportunities especially for students and community members

Colorblind Racism in the Post-Civil Rights Era

A Virtual Lesson by Jomaira Salas Pujols

Thursday, January 28 at 1pm

 

Representations of Violence in Latin America

A Virtual Lesson by Dr. Jimena Perry

Thursday, January 28 at 2:30pm

 

Intersections of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender Identity

A Virtual Lesson by Dr. Alessandra Rosa

Thursday, February 4 at 1pm

 

Reimagining Indigenous Identity

A Virtual Lesson by Jorge Ramírez

Thursday, February 4 at 2:30pm

 

Race and Visual Culture of the 1970s in East Los Angeles

A Virtual Lesson by Michael Anthony Turcios

Thursday, February 11 at 1pm

 

Exploring the Chicanx migrant worker testimonies

A Virtual Lesson by Jeremy Gallion

Thursday, February 11 at 2:30pm

Last updated 5/31/2022 6:13 AM