On Friday, December 6, CSRC director Chon A. Noriega participated in a town hall discussion concerning the need for a Smithsonian American Latino museum in Washington, DC. Robert Suro, director of the Tomas Rivera Policy Institute, was the moderator and Xavier Becerra, U.S. Representative for California's 34th congressional district, provided commentary and legislative context.
CSRC holiday book and DVD sale, L.A. Xicano oral histories now online, IAC research grants available, and more!
Join CSRC director Chon A. Noriega and others for a discussion concerning the need for a Smithsonian American Latino Museum.
La Bloga provided coverage of the CSRC event featuring William A. Nericcio, professor of English and comparative literature at San Diego State University, discussing his research.
The online journal Apuntes featured Chon A. Noriega's foreword to the book "Rafael Ferrer" by Deborah Cullen, volume 7 in the CSRC's A Ver series.
"The Asco Interviews" (2013), a short documentary directed and edited by Alvaro Parra for the exhibition Asco: No Movies at the Nottingham Contemporary, is now available for online viewing.
CSRC director Chon A. Noriega will deliver a keynote address at the two-day conference "Shimmering, Shining, Vomiting, Glitter: The Poetics & Politics of Disgust" at the Nottingham Contemporary in Nottingham, England.
On November 2, Self Help Graphics & Art celebrated its fortieth year of holding Dia de los Muertos festivities with an exhibition, live music, DJs, and traditional face painting, processions, and a blessing.
A visit with UC president Janet Napolitano, Ella Maria Diaz on the Royal Chicano Air Force, the CSRC acquires the Luis C. Garza Papers, and more!
Chapter 23, "No Apologies: Asco, Performance Art, and the Chicano Civil Rights Movement," in the recent release "A People's Art History of the United States" (New Press, 2013) by Nicolas Lampert, features images from CSRC collections.