2021 Preliminary Program  

 A preliminary listing of presentations is now available.
All final details will be available to conference registrants.

All Plenaries are open to the public. Webinar registration is required. Contact executive_director@naccs.org or this information.

Plenary I: Thematic Plenary 
Love in the Time of La Corona
Wednesday, April 14

Linda Heidenreich
, Washington State University
Revolutionary Love in Times of Global Shift

Ben V. Olguín, University of California, Santa Barbara
Crisis, Conflict, Conjuncture: Confronting the Discrepant Raza Archive—Notes Towards a Chicanx Marxist Praxis  

Karen Mary Davalos, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
A Love Letter in the Time of La Corona

Plenary II: Student Plenary 
Frederick A. Cervantes Student Plenary

Thursday, April 15

2021 recipient
Alejandro Ollin Prado
, University of California, Santa Barbara - Graduate.
Tracking China-Chicanx Studies: A Historical and Contemporary Analysis of China and Chicanx/Latinx Populations

2020 recipients
Alex Nuñez. University of Arizona - Graduate.
A Catcher's Mask: Vincent Nava, Baseball's Colorline, and Mexican American Racialization.

Yuridia L. Gutierrez. Kalamazoo College - Undergraduate. 
"Poetry as a Tool for Mobilization and the Transformation of Poetry into Poetics."

Plenary III: Chicana Plenary 
  Reshaping Our Bodies of Knowledge: Transcending the Limits of Chicana/x Studies
Friday, April 16

Sandra K. Pacheco, Independent Scholar
Situating Ancestral Medicine: Teaching, Research, and Practice 

Francisco J. Galarte, University of New Mexico
Fleshing Out the Chicana/x Butch and Chicano/x FTM Borderlands

Doris Careaga-Coleman, University of New Mexico
Rethinking the Mexican Nation/State: Afro-Mexican communities and their implications in Chicano Studies


2021 NACCS Scholar
Josie Mendez Negrete, University of Texas, San Antonio

2020 Recipient
Al Camarillo, Stanford University

Book Award
2021 Recipient

2020 Recipient
Cristina Salinas. 
Managed Migrations: Growers, Farmworkers, and Boarder Enforcement in the Twentieth Century. University of Texas Press, 2019.

Antonia I. Castañeda Prize
Micaela Díaz-Sánchez. University of California, Santa Barbara.
“Rebozos, Huipiles, y ¿Qué?: Chicana Self-Fashioning in the Academy,”
in meXicana Fashions: Politics, Self- Adornment, and Identity Construction.
University of Texas Press, 2020.

Frederick A. Cervantes Student Premio

2021 Recipient
Alejandro Prado, University of California, Santa Barbara (Graduate)

2020 recipients
Alex Nuñez. University of Arizona - Graduate.
Yuridia L. Gutierrez. Kalamazoo College - Undergraduate. 


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