Foundations of Chicana and Chicano Studies
Time: Saturday 10:30am -3:00pm. First Meeting Dates: September 6
Location: King Library, CHC Room 525
This graduate seminar examines the development of Chicana and Chicano Studies focusing on concepts, terms, theoretical formulations, and intellectual trajectories.
Barrera, M. Race and Class in the Southwest,
Almaguer, T. Racial Faultlines,
Pardo, M.S. Mexican American Women Grassroots Community Activists,
Peña, D. Terror of the Machine,
Rebolledo, T.D., Women Singing in the Snow,
Rosaldo, R., Culture and Truth,
Acuña, R., The Making of Chicana/o Studies,
Pendleton Jiménez, K. How to get a girl pregnant,
Selections from various authors including: Romano, Cervantes, Vaca, Alarcón, Moraga, Rebolledo, among others. Articles available as electronic reserves at King Library. Additional Materials on Canvas.
The National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies (NACCS) is the official organization of Chicana and Chicano Studies. It exists since 1972 - formed by Chicana and Chicano Social Scientists. NACCS holds an annual conference, gives awards for research to students (Frederick A. Cervantes Premio), Immigrant Student BECA for undocumented students, Student Presenter Housing Fellowships, A Book Award, a Feminist/Indigena/History award to Chicanas (The Antonia I Castañeda Prize), and Community Awards at the site of the annual conference.
Classes begin late this year because of the Labor Day Weekend. The full calendar is: Saturday 10:30-3:00pm
September 6, 13, 27; October 11 & 25, November 15 & 22, December 6