As part of the UCLA HSI Infrastructure Initiative, the CSRC will administer a second selection of five UCLA Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellows. Fellowships are open to postdoctoral scholars in the humanities, social sciences, and STEM fields. Deadline to apply: November 1, 2022
In a preview story on the International Art Fair of Bogotá--ARTBO--the CSRC was mentioned for having loaned films by Raphael Montañez Ortiz to be screened at the fair.
MEDIA: "In Honor of Hispanic Heritage Month American Masters and VOCES present "Lights, Camera, Acciòn'"
Chon Noriega, distinguished professor of film and television and former CSRC director, was named in a press release for "Lights, Camera, Acciòn," a documentary focusing on the impact Latinos have made in Hollywood.
On September 24, 2021, UCLA leadership announced the university's intention to become designated as a Hispanic-Serving Institution by 2025. The CSRC will play a central role in the building of the infrastructure needed to meet this goal.
MEDIA: "Here’s Why the First Official Figures on Latinos in the Media Look Better Than Some Expected"
Chon Noriega, distinguished professor of film and television and former CSRC director, was quoted in a story about Latino representation in the entertainment and media industries.
The Institute of American Cultures, which houses UCLA's four ethnic studies research centers--the Asian American Studies Center, the American Indian Studies Center, the Bunche Center for African American Studies, and the Chicano Studies Research Center--has released its annual report covering the 2020-21 academic year.
A UCLA Newsroom Q&A with former CSRC associate director Charlene Villaseñor Black included discussion of her work organizing a 2015 conference at the CSRC focused on Central American migration to the US.
José Montoya by Ella Maria Diaz, volume 12 in the A Ver: Revisioning Art History series from CSRC Press, has been nominated for two 2021 International Latino Book Awards. The publication is a finalist for Best Biography and Best Arts Book.
CSRC director Veronica Terriquez is among the co-authors of the report "Emerging Youth Power in the Inland Empire," published by the USC Equity Research Institute. The report takes stock of emerging youth power in the Inland Empire by describing and contextualizing key youth-serving organizations.
Images from the La Raza Photograph Collection at the CSRC were used to illustrate a story on the state of public education for Black and Latino students in the US.