2013 Peliminary Program
The Preliminary Program is now available. (no further updated program will be made available)
This document includes only the panels scheduled to present at the conference.
All final details will be available in the conference program.
Registered participantes will receive the conference booklet once they have checked in.
All Plenaries are open to the public. For other events at NACCS see Events at NACCS
Thursday, 11:40 a.m. – 1:10 p.m
Grand Ballroom CDE
Advancing from Sea to Shining ¡Sí! Learning from our
Past, Defending our Rights in the 21st Century
Roberto Rodríguez. University of Arizona. Visioning and Ensuring Victory in Tucson
C. Alejandra Elenes. Arizona State University. Women’s Studies, Social Justice, and Human Rights
Manuel de Jesús Hernández Gutiérrez. Arizona State University. One Scholar’s Praxis: Combining Spanish Language Chican@ Literary Studies and Advocacy for Immigrant Rights
Moderator: Cordelia Candelaria, NACCS Chair, 2013-2014. Inquiry and Activism, Pedagogy from the Global Majority
Plenary II: Frederick A. Cervantes Student Plenary
Friday, 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
La Jolla Ballroom
Gabriela Monico. University of California, Berkeley. “‘We have a voice, we have a story’: The DREAM Act Narrative and the Strujjle Against the Construction of the (Un)deserving Immigrant.” Undergraduate Recipient.
Moderator: Tereza Szeghi. Chair, Cervantes Committee.
Plenary III: Chicana Plenary
Saturday, 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Grand Ballroom CDE
Cariños not Conflict: Saying “Si” to Chicanas’ Bodies
Deborah Vargas. University of California, Riverside. Chicana Musical Movidas.
Adriana Garcia. San Antonio Artist. Transcendence.
Clarissa Rojas. California State University, Long Beach. They can’t hurt you/us now: the Institutional Violence of Heteropatri(a)racialities, Community Accountability and the Decolonization of Chican@ Studies.
Moderator: Patricia Trujillo. Chicana Caucus Co-Chair