The UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center is launching a three-year project that will reflect the role of faith, spirituality and religion in Mexican American culture.
UCLA Newsroom highlighted a grant recently received by the CSRC from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The grant will support a three-year project that will examine the role of faith, spirituality, and religion in Mexican American culture.
This article on MyNewsLA.com announced various National Endowment for the Humanities grant recipients from Southern California, including the CSRC. The CSRC’s grant will support a three-year project that will examine the role of faith, spirituality, and religion in Mexican American culture.
To celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies, CSRC Press is making available to the public three essays from the Spring 2020 issue.
This year the CSRC will host two paid summer internships structured around current and ongoing CSRC projects. Application deadline: Friday, April 24 at 5:00 p.m.
CSRC director Chon A. Noriega receives the Alfredo G. de los Santos Jr. Distinguished Leadership Award, new videos on the CSRC YouTube channel, online instruction with CSRC librarian Xaviera Flores, the latest edition of The Chicano Studies Reader: An Anthology of Aztlán, 1970-2019, Getty Marrow Multicultural Undergraduate Internship opportunities at the CSRC, and more in this month's newsletter!
Effective March 11, UCLA is transitioning to remote learning platforms and limiting the number of people on campus in order to curb the spread of COVID-19. The CSRC library and archive will be closed out of an abundance of caution until further notice. For important updates about COVID-19 and its impact at UCLA, please visit ucla.in/coronavirus.
CSRC collections donor Lupe Anguiano was featured in this piece in the Ventura County Reporter that celebrated her birthday and life achievements. The CSRC holds the Lupe Anguiano Papers, which contains papers, photographs, printed materials, and ephemera related to Anguiano's personal and professional life. Author Debora Wright drew extensively from this collection to write the biography Uncompromised: The Lupe Anguiano Story.
Solórzano elected to National Academy of Education, Armenta wins Sage Foundation fellowship, the Spring 2020 issue of Aztlán, upcoming events, and more in this month’s newsletter!
Image: Daniel G. Solórzano
Included in Gustavo Arellano’s weekly newsletter was a recap of his visit to the CSRC for the book talk and archival donation with Mario T. García. García presented his book, Father Luis Olivares, a Biography: Faith Politics and the Origins of the Sanctuary Movement in Los Angeles (UNC Press, 2018), and donated an oral history collection which includes interviews he performed with Chicano activist Raul Ruiz.