2014 Peliminary Program
The Preliminary Program 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 participants 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
Fragmented Landscapes in Chicana and Chicano Studies:
Deliberation, Innovation or Extinction?
Rebeca Burciaga. San José State University. Mal educados: Education and Educación in (Re)visioning Chicana/o Studies.
Rosalía Solórzano. Pima Community College. Chicana and Chicano Academic Success: Navigating the Educational Pipeline.
Richard Chabran. University of Arizona. Re-forming Pedagogy in early 21st Century America: History and Innovation.
Moderator: Carlos Guerrero, NACCS Chair, 2013-2015
Plenary II: Frederick A. Cervantes Student Plenary
Friday, 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Uriel Lopez. University of California, Berkeley. "Preparing for the Teacher Workforce. 'Conocimiento' in Latino/a STEM Majors."Undergraduate Recipient.
Gibrán Güido. University of California, San Diego."Navigating the Abyss: A Queer Chicano Semiotics of Love and Loss." Graduate Recipient.
Moderator: Tereza Szeghi. Chair, Cervantes Committee.
Plenary III: Chicana Plenary
Saturday, 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Thirty Years of Unsettled Issues
Teresa Cordova. University of New Mexico
Deena Gonzalez. Loyola Marymount University
Moderator: Patricia Trujillo and Fawn-Amber Trujillo, Chicana Caucus chairs.
Octavio I Romano-V, posthumous
Reynaldo F. Macias, University of California, Los Angeles
NACCS Book Award
Deborah Vargas. Dissonant Divas in Chicana Music: The limits of La Onda. University of Minnesota Press.
Frederick A. Cervantes
Uriel Lopez. University of California, Berkeley. Undergraduate.
Gibrán Güido. University of California, San Diego. Graduate.
Jose State University;
Antonia I. Castañeda Prize
Jennie Marie Luna, Ph.D. California State University, Channel Islands. La Tracidión Conchera: Historical Process of Danza and Catholocism” Diálogo 16(1): 47-64.
Proyecto Autismo de Utah http://www.queesautismo.com/
Salt Lake Dream Team http://www.sldt.info/