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June 29, 2015

PolyCentric, an online publication of Cal Poly Pomona, reported on the May 13 event "Organizing Latino Immigrants in the Informal Economy" that took place at the CSRC.

June 27, 2015

Luis Cruz Azaceta, the tenth volume in the CSRC Press's A Ver: Revisioning Art History series, won 1st Place, Best Arts Book (English) at the 2015 International Latino Book Awards. The awards took place June 27, 2015 in San Francisco. This is the thirty-third book award received by the CSRC Press.  

June 24, 2015

Fernando Torres-Gil, professor of public policy and social welfare at UCLA, director of the UCLA Center for Policy and Research on Aging, and CSRC Faculty Associate, published an editorial in TIME with Zocalo Public Square on the impact and potential advantages of simultaneously growing elderly and ethnic minority populations.

June 24, 2015

Cuban Art News told readers to "Save the Date" for the first Biennial of Latin(o) American Art hosted by the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) in celebration of the institution's 20th anniversary.

June 11, 2015

A feature in the San Antonio Express-News discussed four exhibitions on the work of Chicano artist and Con Safo member Mel Casas, each curated by Ruben C. Cordova. Cordova is the author of Con Safo: The Chicano Art Group and the Politics of South Texas (CSRC Press, 2009).

June 7, 2015

UCLA's Daily Bruin profiled Juan Fernández, a fourth year Chicana/o studies student who, as part of his senior thesis on performance art in queer culture, curated an event at the CSRC in May featuring Los Angeles-based artist and DJ group Maricón Collective.

June 3, 2015

A blog post on artist Linda Vallejo, whose work was featured in the 2015 CSRC library exhibition Make 'Em All Mexican.

June 3, 2015

A blog post on artist Linda Vallejo, whose work was featured in the 2015 CSRC library exhibition Make 'Em All Mexican.

June 2, 2015

LMU, the magazine of Loyola Marymount University, profiled Natalie Sánchez, who is a practicing artist and educator. Sánchez was the CSRC Getty Intern in 2007.

June 1, 2015

Visiting scholars report on their research, Ernesto Chávez to speak at UCLA about Ramón Novarro, Chon Noriega on Mexican American movie moments, a tribute to Concepcíon Valadez, and more! (Image: "Ramón Novarro, The New Orpheus." Photo by George Hurrell, 1929)

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