The CSRC welcomes you to view the exhibition Chican@s (re)Imagining Zapata, curated by Julia Fernandez and installed in the library through May 10, 2013.
Please join us for a talk by John Feeley, a Senior Foreign Service officer who has focused much of his diplomatic career working on Western Hemisphere issues both in Washington and in the region.
This bi-national symposium will bring together scholars and activists from Mexico and U.S. from a variety of disciplines to critically evaluate current trends in the scholarship and practices of Mexican and Chicano social movements.
Improving communities in large cities is a complex process that often requires expert knowledge.
The "Cultural Politics of Seeds" symposium will look at how gender, ethnicity, and race have shaped contemporary cultural and political movements related to seeds.
Please join us when we welcome Deborah R. Vargas, associate professor in the department of Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Riverside.
Please join us in celebrating the opening of the SACNAS archive, now in the collections of the CSRC.
In Spring 2008, YouTube documented violent, physical attacks against "emo" youth in Mexican and Latin American metropoles.