Roberto de Anda, Chicano-Latino Studies faculty, presented "The Internationalization of the Chicano Movement and the Becas para Aztlan Program" at the Annual Conference of the National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies in Denver, April 6-9.
Elena Avilés, Chicano-Latino Studies faculty, organized a panel session titled "In Between the Public and Private in Chicana Cultural Production" for the Society for the Study of American Women Writers. She presented a paper titled “In-between Tongue: Understanding Public/Private Language Politics in Contemporary Chicana Literature" on Nov. 6.
Elena Avilés, Chicano-Latino Studies faculty, presented a paper titled "California Love: U.S. Spanish, Chicano/Latinos Studies and Latino Americans" at the spring meeting of the Southern California Chapter of American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese at California State University, Channel Islands, Oct. 31.
Elena Avilés, Chicano and Latino Studies faculty, presented “Demarcating Chicana Temporalities: ¿Y tú qué? Or Malcriada Politics of the 21st Century” at the Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social Summer Institute “Honoring Our Intersectionality, Our Migration Roots/Routes” at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, July 29-Aug 1.