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Documenting The Undocumented: An Ethnography Of Mexican Immigrant Juan Estrada Salazar, Vanessa Dominguez 2019 Augustana College, Rock Island Illinois

Documenting The Undocumented: An Ethnography Of Mexican Immigrant Juan Estrada Salazar, Vanessa Dominguez

Eddie Mabry Diversity Award

This ethnographic research seeks to offer an examination of the ways in which I, alongside my grandfather, Juan Estrada Salazar, utilize storytelling as a way to preserve culture and understand self and community.


A.B.C.D, Reva Dixit 2019 Dartmouth College

A.B.C.D, Reva Dixit

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More Than This Color, Rena King 2019 Dartmouth College

More Than This Color, Rena King

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Daises, Angeline Janumala 2019 Dartmouth College

Daises, Angeline Janumala

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Dancing Queen Only 70, Namrata Ramakrishna 2019 Dartmouth College

Dancing Queen Only 70, Namrata Ramakrishna

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Aftershock, Emma Rodriguez 2019 Dartmouth College

Aftershock, Emma Rodriguez

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Black Girl, Black Boy, Sabyne Pierre 2019 Dartmouth College

Black Girl, Black Boy, Sabyne Pierre

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Art By Namit, Namit Kapoor 2019 Dartmouth College

Art By Namit, Namit Kapoor

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The "M" In Mother Is The End Of "Dream", Virginia Wei 2019 Dartmouth College

The "M" In Mother Is The End Of "Dream", Virginia Wei

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Three Meals A Day, Karen Zheng 2019 Dartmouth College

Three Meals A Day, Karen Zheng

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In Memory Of A Red Lady, Yolanda Huerta 2019 Dartmouth College

In Memory Of A Red Lady, Yolanda Huerta

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Feeling, Angel Chidiugo Ugo-Nwauwa 2019 Dartmouth College

Feeling, Angel Chidiugo Ugo-Nwauwa

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The End Piece Of A Loaf Of Bread, Amanda E. McIntyre 2019 Dartmouth College

The End Piece Of A Loaf Of Bread, Amanda E. Mcintyre

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Foreword & Response, Charlene Browne 2019 f002c19

Foreword & Response, Charlene Browne

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The 4 C'S Of Success: Commitment, Connection, Compliance And Compassion: Achieving Notable Retention Rates Through Proactive Collaborative Recruitment , Trent Ball, Alan Byrd 2019 Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Minority Student Programs, Southeast Missouri State University

The 4 C'S Of Success: Commitment, Connection, Compliance And Compassion: Achieving Notable Retention Rates Through Proactive Collaborative Recruitment , Trent Ball, Alan Byrd

Alan Byrd

This session is an overview of the strategies developed and implemented for the successful retention of minority students attained via successful collaborative efforts in recruiting. Utilizing shared objectives, connecting units for joint recruiting and retention efforts and the strategic use of resources has increased the retention rate of participating students to over eighty-five percent.


Inlp Newsletter, March 2019, Indigenous Nations Library Program 2019 University of New Mexico

Inlp Newsletter, March 2019, Indigenous Nations Library Program

Monthly Newsletters

Contents

- Academic Service Hours

  • University Libraries Spring 2019 Regular Hours
  • Ethnic Centers Tutoring Hours
  • CAPS Learning Strategies February Workshops
  • Graduate Resources Center Spring 2019 Workshops

- Upcoming Events

- UNM Student Achievements

- CAPS @ INLP Collaboration

  • CAPS Learning Strategist Spotlight: Tess McCoy
  • CAPS Writing Tutor Spotlight: Hannah Garver


Surviving The Alamo, Violence Vengeance, And Women’S Solidarity In Emma Pérez’S Forgetting The Alamo, Or, Blood Memory, Adrianna M. Santos 2019 Texas A&M University-San Antonio

Surviving The Alamo, Violence Vengeance, And Women’S Solidarity In Emma Pérez’S Forgetting The Alamo, Or, Blood Memory, Adrianna M. Santos

English Faculty Publications

This article analyzes Chicana feminist texts to frame a discussion of survival as a theoretical concept. Using Emma Pérez’s historical novel Forgetting the Alamo, Or, Blood Memory as a window into the decolonial imaginary, I introduce the concept of survival narrative as a framework for analysis of Chicana literature, and briefly review Chicana feminist theory to support the argument. Examples from Perez’s novel illustrate the power of the survival narrative to advance a decolonial perspective. The novel reinscribes mainstream representations of gender violence that characterize the traditional Western by focusing on the empowerment that comes from solidarity amongst ...


The History Of High School Ethnic Studies Courses In California: A Case Study Of Santa Maria Joint Union High School District, Brian Gounod 2019 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

The History Of High School Ethnic Studies Courses In California: A Case Study Of Santa Maria Joint Union High School District, Brian Gounod

History

Ethnic studies in California's high schools has a 51-year history, beginning in 1968. The growth of ethnic studies has occurred through this period and can be separated into four key time periods. The growth of ethnic studies across these time periods have been issues of ethnic segregation, ethnic self-determination, educational inequalities and immigration issues The greatest period of expansion for ethnic studies has been the 5-year period from 2014-2018, when numerous high school districts adopted new courses and requirements for ethnic studies.

One such high school district to expand its ethnic studies department was Santa Maria Joint Union High ...


Viceroyalty Of Brazil, Amy Buono 2019 Chapman University

Viceroyalty Of Brazil, Amy Buono

Art Faculty Books and Book Chapters

The Viceroyalty of Brazil (c. 1720–1815) refers to a polity that, at its greatest extent, roughly corresponded in geographic area to the modern nation-state of Brazil. Lying on the upper Atlantic coast of South America, it is bounded on the northeast by the Guyanas, to the northwest by the Viceroyalty of New Granada, to the west by the Viceroyalty of Peru, and to the southwest and south by the Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata. Northern Brazil is dominated by the densely forested basin of the Amazon River and its many tributaries, which include the Tapajó and Xingu ...


African Americans In Madison County, Kentucky, Reinette F. Jones 2019 University of Kentucky

African Americans In Madison County, Kentucky, Reinette F. Jones

Library Presentations

Reinette Jones, Special Collections Librarian at the University of Kentucky Libraries, speak about notable Madison County African Americans.


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