22 Annual MALCS Summer Institute Schedule

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22 Annual MALCS Summer Institute Schedule
22nd Annual MALCS Summer Institute Schedule
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Registration
10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Table Vendors Set-up
1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Editorial Board Meeting
3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Vendor Exhibits
3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Book Sales
3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Creative Writing Workshop I and
Article Writing Workshop I
6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Opening Reception
• Cynthia Bejarano, MALCS Site Comm.
Co-chair, New Mexico State University
• Waded Cruzado, Executive Vice President and Provost,
New Mexico State University
• Elisa Huerta, MALCS Executive Committee
• Entertainment by Mariachi Femenil Flores Mexicanas
Lobby (CC second floor)
Aggie Underground (CC first floor)
Valencia Room (CC second floor)
Aggie Underground (CC first floor)
Lobby (CC third floor)
Quay Room (CC third floor)
Curry Room (CC third floor)
West Ballroom (CC third floor)
Thursday, July 23, 2009
7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.
Zumba Class with Jessica Herrera
7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Breakfast
7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
MALCS for Beginners
• Executive Committee Officers
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Registration
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Vendor Exhibits
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Book Sales
8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Welcome and Indigenous Blessing Ceremony
• Opening Comments by Elisa Diana Huerta, MALCS Chair
• Manuel Pacheco, Interim President, New Mexico State University
• Dulcinea Lara, MALCS Site Committee Co-chair
9:00 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. CONCURRENT SESSIONS 1 – 6
Session 1: “Leading by Modeling: Mujeres Serving in Administrative Positions”
• Adriana Ayala, National Hispanic University
• Rusty Barceló, University of Minnesota
• Waded Cruzado, New Mexico State University
• Lupe Gallegos-Diaz, University of California at Berkeley
• Moderator: Elisa Diana Huerta, MALCS Chair
Session 2: “Tearing Down Borders in and out of the Classroom:
(Mis)representations of Identity in Latina/o Cultural Productions”
• Candace K. De Leon, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Irene Mata, Wellesley College
• Démian Pritchard, Wesleyan University
• Irma Vargas Rosas, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Moderator: Rita E. Urquijo-Ruiz, Trinity University
Garcia Hall (Room 100, first floor)
Taos Restaurant (CC first floor)
San Juan Room (CC second floor)
Lobby (CC second floor)
Aggie Underground (CC first floor)
Lobby (CC third floor)
West Ballroom (CC third floor)
Doña Ana Room (CC third floor)
Senate Chambers (CC third floor)
Session 3: “Voces de la Frontera: Revealing Silenced Identities
• Jesse Arrieta, University of Texas at El Paso
• Irma Montelongo, University of Texas at El Paso
• Hilda Ontiveros, University of Texas at El Paso
• Cristina Rivera, University of Texas at El Paso
Session 4: “Images in the Mirror: Mediating Research through Self-Knowledge”
• Lee Ann Epstein, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Sandra D. Garza, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Alma Llamas, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Sylvia Mendoza, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Moderator: Josephine Méndez-Negrete, University of Texas at San Antonio
Session 5: “La Mujer Mixteca: Life Stories of Indigenous Women”
• Jazmín López, Whitman College
Session 6: “Organizing Struggles – AFSCME NMSU Local 2393”
• Barbara Arispe, President Local 2393
• Yvonne Mendoza, Executive Board Member Council 18
• Nellie Rosales, Executive Board Member Council 18
• Moderator: Christina Chávez Kelley, New Mexico State University
10:30 a.m. - 11:45 am. CONCURRENT SESSIONS 7 - 12
Session 7: “Venceremos: How a Chicana/o Student Newspaper and a
Classroom Operate as a Borderland”
• Sonya Alemán, University of Utah
• Marisela Garza, University of Utah
• Victoria Morales, University of Utah
• Lola Reyes, University of Utah
Session 8: “Chicana Struggles & the Politics of Difference”
• Norma Alarcón, University of California at Berkeley
• Antonia Castañeda, Independent Scholar
• Ellie D. Hernandez, University of California at Santa Barbara
Rio Grande Room (CC second floor)
New Mexico Room (CC third floor)
San Juan Room (CC second floor)
New Mexico Room (CC third floor)
New Mexico Room (CC third floor)
Colfax Room (CC second floor)
Session 9: “Chicana Feminist Cartographies: Mapping the Borders of Identity,
Bodies and History through Food, Education and Testimonio in Chicana/
Latina Feminist Literature”
• Lisa Anaya, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Margaret E. Cantú, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Christina de la Rosa, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Christina Gutiérrez, University of Texas at San Antonio
Socorro Room (CC second floor)
Session 10: “Chicana and Indigenous Feminist Epistemologies:
Borders as Spaces of (Un)Knowing”
• Maria Elena Cruz, University of Texas at Austin
• T. Jackie Cuevas, University of Texas at Austin
• Brenda Sendejo, University of Texas at Austin
• Moderator: Anne M. Martinez
Doña Ana Room (CC third floor)
Session 11: “Chicana Experiences in Higher Education: Pedagogy & Theory”
• Judith Estrada, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
“Un-numbing Our Bodies to Feel, Grieve and Give Birth:
Contradictions and Possibilities within the Borders of Higher Education”
• Denise Pacheco, University of California at Los Angeles
“Pushing Back to Push Forward: Women of Color Feminist (Re)Visions of Critical Pedagogy”
• Lindsay Perez Huber, University of California at Los Angeles
“The Would Call out ‘La Migra!: Using LatCrit to Explore the Educational Experiences of
Undocumented Chicana College Students and the Intersection of Race, Immigration Status,
Class and Gender”
• Sofia Ramos, Tucson, AZ
“Latinas Penetrating the Adobe Ceiling in Higher Education”
Otero Room (CC first floor)
Session 12: “Expressions of Survival: Re-Membering Nuestra Historia”
• Charlene Johnson, University of New Mexico
• Annette Maria Rodriguez, Brown University
• Moderator: Patricia Marie Perea, University of New Mexico
Rio Grande Room (CC second floor)
11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
LUNCH
Taos Restaurant (CC first floor)
11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
Undergraduate Caucus Meeting
Colfax Room (CC second floor)
11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
Graduate Caucus Meeting
11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
Executive and Coordinating Committee Meeting
1:30 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
CONCURRENT SESSIONS 13 - 18
Session 13: “Chicana Herstory: You’ve Heard History Now Hear Hers”
• Maria Ramirez, Ohlone College
Session 14: “Murales de la Vida/Pintame en Vida”
• Alicia Chavez-Arteaga, Izcalli
• Claudia J. Cuevas-Ramirez, Izcalli
• Maria Figueroa-Chacón, Mira Costa College
• Christina Nunez-Medina, Izcalli
Session 15
: “ Employing an Interdisciplinary Lens to Unravel and Rethink
Experiences and Identities on the Arizona-Sonora Border”
• Grace Gamez, University of Arizona
• Kristin Klingman, University of Wisconsin at Madison
• Kristen Valencia, University of New Mexico
Moderator: Lydia Otero, University of Arizona
Session 16: “Popular Culture’s Desiring Subjects:
Containment and Construction of Gender and Ethnic Identity”
• Michelle Habell-Pallán, University of Washington
• Marie “Keta” Miranda, University of Texas at San Antonio
Session 17: “Education, Immigration and the Activism that Creates Bridges”
• Rosa Furumoto, California State University at Northridge
Rio Grande Room (CC second floor)
Luna Room (CC second floor)
Otero Room (CC first floor)
Colfax Room (CC second floor)
Socorro Room (CC second floor)
New Mexico Room (CC third floor)
Doña Ana Room (CC third floor)
“Nuestras Viviencias: Chicana Style Parental Caring in Schools”
• Corina Benavides Lopez, University of California at Los Angeles
“The Borderlands between Home and School: Documenting the Pedagogies
of Migration of Mexican and Chicana/o Undocumented Households”
• Angie Mejia, Portland State University
“Sigamos con las Fotos: A Madre-led Discourse of Concientización via Photovoice”
Session 18: “Performance, Writing and Arte: Acts of Understanding and Resistance”
• Eve Delfin, University of California at Merced
“Mujeres del Folklor: Preserving Honor, traditions, and Legacy”
• Patricia Pedroza, Keene State College
Rio Grande Room (CC second floor)
“Nos Tienen Miedo Porque No Tenemos Miedo: Taking a Look at the Power in Songs
of Rusty Barcelo and Liliana Felipe”
• Magdalena Maiz-Peña, Davidson College
“Photo-Altares, Borders, and the Politics of Representation: Kathy Vargas”
• Jo Ann R. Basaldua Trujillo, University of Texas at San Antonio
“Chicano Cultural Markers as Conveyed through Story”
2:30 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
3:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
REFRESHMENTS AND SNACKS
PLENARY SESSION I (OPEN TO PUBLIC)
(NO PHOTOGRAPHY ALLOWED)
FEMINICIDIOS AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
• Eva Arce, activist and mother of Sylvia Arce (Ciudád Juarez, Chihuahua, MX)
Lobby (CC third floor)
Ballrooms (CC third floor)
• Paula Flores, activist and mother of Sagrario Gonzalez (Ciudád Juarez, Chihuahua, MX)
• Lucha Castro, human rights attorney, Centro de Derechos Humanos de la Mujer (Ciudád Juarez,
Chihuahua, MX)
• Rosa-Linda Fregoso, professor, University of California at Santa Cruz
4:15 p.m. – 7:15 p.m.
Tour of Old Mesilla
Dinner on your own
Shuttle bus leaves from Garcia Hall parking lot;
All Aboard America bus will be available at Town Hall
in Mesilla to transport attendees around Old Mesilla
7:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Mesilla: A Literary Evening
 Master of Ceremonies: Mónica Torres
 Eva Arce
 Veronica Carmona
 Denise Chávez
 Carolina Monsivais
9:00 p.m.
Buses leave from San Andres High School for Garcia Hall
San Andres Gym, Old Mesilla
Friday, July 24, 2009
7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.
Zumba Class with Jessica Herrera
7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Breakfast
7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
LGBTQ Caucus
8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Registration
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Creative Writing Workshop II and
Article Writing Workshop II
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Vendor Exhibits
8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Book Sales
9:00 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.
CONCURRENT SESSIONS 19 – 24
Session 19: “Healing Discrimination by Mirroring our Stories Through Writing”
• Hilda Brown, New Mexico State University
• Maria Luisa González, University of Texas at El Paso
• Myriam N. Torres, New Mexico State University
Session 20: “Things Chicanas Study: 3 Mujeres, 3 Disciplinas, 3 Testimonios”
• Elizabeth de la Portilla, San Antonio College
• Rhonda M. Gonzales, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Sharon Navarro, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Moderator: Anne M. Martinez, University of Texas at San Antonio
Session 21: “Women Breaking Barriers: Mexican Women and
Twentieth Century America”
• Adriana Ayala, The National Hispanic University
• Nannette Regua, The National Hispanic University
• Adriana Rodriguez, The National Hispanic University
Session 22: “Chicana Undergraduate Perspectives”
• Melissa Anderson, Arizona State University
• Mariana Gomez Aguilar, Arizona State University
• LeighAnna Hidalgo, Arizona State University
• Courtney Peña, Arizona State University
• Paulina Reyes, Arizona State University
• Diana Roman, Arizona State University
• Moderator: Seline Szkupinski Quiroga, Arizona State University
Garcia Hall (Room 138, first floor)
Taos Restaurant (CC first floor)
Rio Grande Room (CC second floor)
Lobby (CC second floor)
Quay Room (CC third floor)
Curry Room (CC third floor)
Aggie Underground (CC first floor)
Lobby (CC third floor)
Otero Room (CC first floor)
New Mexico Room (CC third floor)
Colfax Room (CC second floor)
Socorro Room (CC second floor)
Session 23: “Discursive and Lived Health Issues”
• Amalia L. Cabezas, University of California at Riverside
Doña Ana Room (CC third floor)
“Female Condoms and the Politics of Gender”
• Larissa M. Mercado-López, University of Texas at San Antonio
“Chicana Mat(t)erring: Somatic Locations of Mestiza Maternal Facultad”
• Maria Vargas, University of Maryland
“Sin Historia: The Erasure and Absence of Violence in Latina Lesbian Immigrant History”
Session 24: “Testimonio as Epistemology, Pedagogy and
Methodology: Tres Casos y Usos de Testimonio”
• Sonya M. Alemán, University of Utah
• Judith Flores Carmona, University of Utah
• Melissa M. Moreno, Woodland Community College
10:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
Rio Grande Room (CC second floor)
CONCURRENT SESSIONS 25 – 30
Session 25: “STEM Literacy and Professions: A Key to Social Mobility”
• Margarita Benítez, The Education Trust
• Anny Morrobel-Sosa, University of Texas at El Paso
• Moderator: Zulma Toro-Ramos, Wichita State University
Session 26: “What Does Our Feminist Editorial Practice Look Like?
A View From the Journal’s Editors”
• Karen Mary Davalos, Loyola Marymount University
• Tiffany Ana López, University of California at Riverside
• Josephine Méndez-Negrete, University of Texas at San Antonio
Session 27: “Telling Tejana Testimonios”
• Norma Cantú, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Antonia Castañeda, St. Mary’s University, retired
• Christina Gutierrez, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Sara Ramirez, University of California at Berkeley
• Teresa Sotelo, University of Texas at El Paso
Session 28: “Mujeres de Maiz: Harvesting Hope and Healing
through Wombyn’s Arte”
• Gina Aparicio, University of Florida at Gainesville
• Felicia “Fe” Montes, California State University at Northridge
• Core Members of Mujeres de Maiz, In Lak Ech
• Poets from Mujeres de Maiz latest publication
Session 29: “Chicana/Latina Representations in Popular Culture and Education”
• C. Alejandra Elenes, Arizona State University’s West Campus
Denise Fuller, Arizona State University’s West Campus
• Hilda Pérez, Arizona State University’s West Campus
• Pauline Pimienta, Arizona State University’s West Campus
Session 30: “Historical Legacies: Writing as Resisting”
• Martha O. Acevedo, University of California at Merced
Colfax Room (CC second floor)
Doña Ana Room (CC third floor)
Otero Room (CC first floor)
Socorro Room (CC second floor)
New Mexico Room (CC third floor)
Rio Grande Room (CC second floor)
“Borders of Time, Mirrors and Shared Identities: The Works
of Estella Portillo and the Women of Quinto Sol”
• Cristina D. Ramirez, University of Texas at El Paso
“Bridging our Past and Present: What Historic Activist Women Can Teach Us”
• Sara P. Diaz, University of Washington
“Through the Choir Gate: Sor Juana’s Epistemology on the Monastic Borderlands”
• Diana Noreen Rivera, University of New Mexico
“Reconsidering Jovita González’s Folkloric Production: A Tejana’s
Conscious Revolt Against Anglo Patriarchy of the Academy”
11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
LUNCH
11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
WINC Caucus Meeting
1:30 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
CONCURRENT SESSIONS 31 – 37
Taos Restaurant (CC first floor)
Rio Grande Room (CC second floor)
Session 31: “Women, Community Activism and Economic Development”
• Lorena Andrade, La Mujer Obrera Member
• Gloria Bravo, ALDEA Community Outreach and Safety Organizer
• Veronica Carmona, Colonia Development Council
• Moderator: Delia Gomez, Anthony Women’s Intercultural Center
Colfax Room (CC second floor)
Session 32: “Toward the Within: A Living Conversation on Poetry”
• Inés Hernández-Avila, University of California at Davis
• Patricia Killelea, University of California at Davis
Doña Ana Room (CC third floor)
Session 33: “Transforming the Dissertation into a Publishable Book Manuscript”
• Norma Cantú, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Antonia Castañeda, St. Mary’s University, retired
• Sharon Navarro, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Rita Urquijo-Ruiz, Trinity University
Senate Chambers (CC third floor)
Session 34: “Hermanas in the Academy:Actualizing a Latina
Education Research Agenda”
• Mariela A. Rodriguez, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Iliana Alanís, Kimberley Cuero, Rocio Delgado, Lucila Ek,
Margarita Machado-Casas, Elizabeth Murakami- Ramalho,
Anne-Marie Nuñez, Maricela Oliva, Patricia Quijada,
Elsa Ruiz, Patricia Sanchez
Session 35: “Questioning Identities Across Borders and in Mirrors”
• Ana Angel, California State University East Bay
Rio Grande Room (CC second floor)
Otero Room (CC first floor)
“From Tacos to Forever 21: Young Mexican American Women Living Across Borders”
• Kandace Creel Falcón, University of Minnesota
“Chicana Oral Histories: Manifestations of Identity in the Midwestern Borderlands”
• V. June Pedraza, Northwest Vista College
“Breaking Boundaries: Third Space Mestiza Testimonios”
• Roxana Rojas, Trinity University
“Light Skin, No Discernable Accent, Well-Educated:
You Can’t Possibly be Mexican: Negotiating Chicana Identity”
Session 36: “Immigrant Voice and (In)Visibility”
• Priscilla Doel, Colby College
Socorro Room (CC second floor)
“Latinos/as in Maine: The Invisibility of Migrant and Immigrant Communities”
• Lauren M. Luttinger, Fordham University
“Giving Voice to the Experience of Undocumented Immigrants”
• Lilia Soto, University of California at Los Angeles
“On Becoming Immigrants in Napa: The Stories of Mexican Immigrant Girls”
Session 37: “Mentoring and Motivation in the STEM Fields:
Telling Our Stories”
• Elsa C. Ruiz, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Elvia Niebla, Independent Scientist
2:30 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
REFRESHMENTS AND SNACKS
3:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
CONCURRENT SESSIONS 38 - 43
Session 38: “Native Women in Local and Community Leadership”
• Charlotte Bradley, Zuni Tribal Councilwoman
• Pam Cordova, Mescalero Tribal Councilwoman
• Lupe Dominguez-Flores, Tortugas Mayordomo
• Moderator: Pat Riggs, Tigua Director of Economic Development
Session 39: “Survival Strategies: Creating Spaces to Share Knowledge
on How to Endure Academia”
• Monica de la Torre, California State University at Northridge
• Maritza Flores, California State University at Northridge
New Mexico Room (CC third floor)
Lobby (CC third floor)
Otero Room (CC first floor)
New Mexico Room (CC third floor)
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Patty Mendoza, California State University at Northridge
Lizeth Moya, California State University at Northridge
Nancy Perez, California State University at Northridge
Monica Valenzuela, California State University at Northridge
Session 40: “Writing to Heal: An Anthology of the Mind/Body/Soul”
• Sonya M. Alemán, University of Utah
• Dolores Delgado Bernal, University of Utah
• Dolores “Lola” Calderon, University of Utah
• Judith Flores Carmona, University of Utah
• Nichole M. García, University of Utah
• X. Yvette González, University of Utah
Session 41: “Trans-Nation Sexual and Gendered Violence”
• Cynthia Bejarano, New Mexico State University
• Selena Chino, Mescalero Apache Tribe
• Maria Cristina Morales, University of Texas at El Paso
• Moderator: Rosa-Linda Fregoso, University of California at Santa Cruz
Session 42: “Nurturing the Self in Literature”
• María Alicia Garza, Boise State University
Rio Grande Room (CC second floor)
Doña Ana Room (CC third floor)
Colfax Room (CC second floor)
“Little Bodies, Big Voices: Child Protagonists and the Politics of Representation in
Sylvia Lizárraga’s The Gift and • • Elena Díaz Björkuist’s Suffer Smoke”
• Martha S. Mendoza, Boise State University
“Imagining the Mexican Heroine in Children’s Chicano Literature:
Super-Heroines and Social Change”
• Catrióna Rueda Esquibel, San Francisco State University
“The Mirror of Abuelita: Chicana Literature and the Search for the Self”
• Rosalinda Salazar, University of California at Davis
“What’s Food Got to Do with It?: Literature, Space and Power in
Demetria Martinez’s Mother Tongue”
Session 43: “This Bridge Called My Back as Mirror: Family, Community,
Academia and the Perils of Codeswitching”
• Emilia Bernal, New Mexico State University
• Oralia Gonzalez, New Mexico State University
• Vanessa Macias, New Mexico State University
• Moderator: Dulcinea Lara, New Mexico State University
4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
PLENARY SESSION II (OPEN TO PUBLIC)
(NO PHOTOGRAPHY ALLOWED)
Socorro Room (CC second floor)
Ballrooms (CC third floor)
WINC PANEL
• Carrie Dann, Western Shoshone Defense Project
• Mattie Y. Foster, Navajo Nation
• Ines Hernandez-Avila, University of California at Davis
6:00 p.m. – 8:300 p.m.
BANQUET
Master of Ceremonies:
Cynthia Bejarano, Dulcinea Lara, Mónica Torres,
Presentation of Tortugas Awards
8:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
NOCHE DE CULTURA
Master of Ceremonies: Laura Licona
• Rusty Barceló
• Leila Flores-Dueñas
• Margo Tamez
• Carol Vigil
•
Whisper
• Open mic
West and Middle Ballrooms (CC third floor)
East Ballroom (CC third floor)
Saturday, July 25, 2009
7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Breakfast
Taos Restaurant (CC first floor)
7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Executive Committee Meeting
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Vendor Exhibits
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Book Sales
9:00 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.
CONCURRENT SESSIONS 44 - 49
Session 44: “Negotiating Higher Education for Native and Tribal Communities”
• Jeanelle Chavez, New Mexico State University and Dreammakers Project
• Wenona Nutima, New Mexico State University and
Chair for the New Mexico Tribal Higher Education Commission
• Moderator: Lisa Grayshield, New Mexico State University
Session 45: “Getting your Papers: Degrees of Citizenship in the Academy”
• Sylvia Peregrino, University of Texas at El Paso
• Rosalia Solorzano, Pima Community College
• Diana E. Moran, Viterbo University
• Laura Rendón, Iowa University
Session 46: “Citizen Chicana: Mexican American Women and Cultural Production
in WWII National Efforts”
• Patricia Portales, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Patricia Trujillo, Colorado State University at Pueblo
• Moderator: Sonia Saldívar-Hull, University of Texas at San Antonio
Session 47: “Espejismos: The Mirage of the ‘Bad Woman’”
• Alicia Gaspar de Alba, University of California at Los Angeles
• Deena González, Loyola Marymount University
• Alma Lopez, Artist
Session 48: “Latinas with Opinions Need Not Apply: Hunting
for Brujas in Academia”
• Elena Herrada, Michigan State University
• Kathy Jurado, Michigan State University
• Diana Rivera, Michigan State University
Session 49: “Surviving, Leading and Making a Difference:
Mujeres Leaving a Legacy”
• Angela Aguilar, University of California at Berkeley
• Araceliá Alvarez, University of California at Berkeley
• Victoria Benavides, University of California at Berkeley
• Dejanira Cruz, University of California at Berkeley
• Gabriela Vargas, University of California at Berkeley
Moderator: Lupe Gallegos-Diaz, University of California at Berkeley
10:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
Luna Room (CC second floor)
Aggie Underground (CC first floor)
Lobby (CC third floor)
Otero Room (CC first floor)
New Mexico Room (CC third floor)
Socorro Room (CC second floor)
Colfax Room (CC second floor)
Rio Grande Room (CC second floor)
Senate Chambers (CC third floor)
CONCURRENT SESSIONS 50 - 55
Session 50: “Cutting a Path for Others to Follow: Perspectives from Tribal Elders”
(NO PHOTOGRAPHY ALLOWED)
• Mildred Chino, Pueblo of Laguna, Village of Paguate
• Eileen Kasero, Pueblo of Laguna, Village of Paguate
• Laura Lente, Pueblo of Lagua, Village of Paguate
• Moderator: Sylvia Acosta
Session 51: “Chicana/Latina Feminist Systems of Knowledge:
Breaking Boundaries, Constructing Bridges”
• Rosario Carrillo, University of Arizona
• Gloria Cuadraz, Arizona State University
• C. Alejandra Elenes, Arizona State University
Colfax Room (CC second floor)
Otero Room (CC first floor)
Session 52: “Negotiating Cultural Production: Chicana Matter”
• Catrióna Esquibel, San Francisco State University
• Linda Heidenreich, Washington State University
• Barbara Reyes, University of New Mexico
• Moderator: Deena González, Loyola Marymount University
Socorro Room (CC second floor)
Session 53: “Literary Representations of Home: Latina/o Voices Claiming Geographical
and Imagined Sites of ‘Belonging’”
• Emma R. Garcia, Colby College
• Silvia Heredia, University of Michigan
• Kathy Jurado, Michigan State University
• Diana Rivera, Michigan State University
Doña Ana Room (CC third floor)
Session 54: “Queers at MALCS: Transgender, GenderQueer,
and Non-Gender Conforming Inclusion”
• Luz Calvo, California State University at East Bay
• Yvette Saavedra, University of Texas at El Paso
• Anita Tijerina Revilla, University of Nevada at Las Vegas
Session 55: “Community Development and Social Justice”
• Maria Harvey, New Mexico State University
Rio Grande Room (CC second floor)
New Mexico Room (CC third floor)
“Indigenous Women’s Use of Homegardens in San Lorenzo, Michoacan, Mexico”
• Claudia M. Huiza, Colectivo Media Insurgente,
Los Angeles KPFK Radio Show Producer and Host
“Producing Just Garments: Building International Worker Solidarity in a Time of Crisis”
• Guillermina Nuñez-Mchiri, University of Texas at El Paso
“Working With Chispas: Women and Community Development Efforts Addressing
Environmental and Social Justice Issues in the US-Mexico Borderlands”
• Michelle Téllez, Arizona State University
“‘Giving Wings to our Dreams’”: Bi-national Activism and Worker’s Rights Struggles
at the US-Mexico Border”
11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
LUNCH
1:30 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
CONCURRENT SESSIONS 56 - 61
Session 56: “Educational Success through Heritage Languages”
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Taos Restaurant (CC first floor)
Colfax Room (CC second floor)
Rosalinda Baeza, Mescalero High School, Mescalero, NM
AnCita Benally, Navajo Nation, Office of Diné, Language and Culture
Rosemary Kirby, Oñate High School, Las Cruces, NM
Moderator: Lisa Grayshield, New Mexico State University
Session 57: “Self Stories, Community Voices: The Role of Discourse
Senate Chambers (CC third floor)
in Scholarship, in Teaching”
• Josefina Domínguez, New Mexico State University
• Joyce Garay, New Mexico State University
• Nathaly Herrera, New Mexico State University
• Carolina Monsivais, El Paso Community College
Session 58: “Self Reflective Research: This Is What I’m Studying and Why”
New Mexico Room (CC third floor)
• Ruby Marie Estrada, New Mexico State University
“Educating for Sustainability in Changing Times”
• Laura Cristina Licona, University of Washington
“Doing Anthropology in the Homelands: A View from the Bridge
(over the Activist/Academic Border)”
• Jannell Robles, University of North Texas
“Making Space for Inclusion: The Case of Latina Anthropologists”
• Silvia Soto, University of California at Davis
“The Power of the Word in the Struggles for Autonomy”
Session 59: “Community Archiving: Preserving LGBT and Mujeres Stories”
• Lizette Guerra, University of California at Los Angeles Research Center
and Library/Archive
Socorro Room (CC second floor)
Session 60: “Teatro Chicana: A Collective Memoir and Selected Plays”
Otero Room (CC first floor)
• Laura García, author of Teatro Chicana: A Collective Memoir
and Selected Plays
• Felicitas Nuñez, co-author of Teatro Chicana: A Collective Memoir
and Selected Plays
• Delia Rodriguez, co-author of Teatro Chicana: A Collective Memoir
and Selected Plays
Session 61: “Chicana/Latina Images and Representation”
Doña Ana Room (CC third floor)
• Alexandra Mendoza Covarrubias, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
“Playing with the ‘Post Ethnic’: Reimagining Race via Jim Mendiola’s Barrio Asthetics”
• Reimi Patterson-Davidson, New Mexico State University
“Elsa Flores Almaraz: La Artista Chicana”
• Lucia Vasquez, University of California at Merced
“Judging a Book by its Cover: A Closer Look at Book Cover Art
Targeted at Young Adult Latinas”
3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
PLENARY SESSION III (OPEN TO PUBLIC)
West Ballroom (CC third floor)
(NO PHOTOGRAPHY ALLOWED)
“Defending Human Rights and the Challenges of Human Rights Defenders:
U.S.-Mexico International Borders, Transborder and Transnational Possibilities”
• Isabel Garcia, Public Defender in Pima County, Arizona and member of “Derechos Humanos”
• Adelaida Plascencia, Lomas del Poleo Community Member
• Margo Tamez, Lipan Apache and Jumano Apache, Scholar/Activist/Poet
2:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
REFRESHMENTS AND SNACKS
4:45 p.m. – 6:15 p.m.
BUSINESS MEETING
West Ballroom (CC third floor)
6:15 p.m. – 7:15 p.m.
NEW AND RETURNING OFFICERS
West Ballroom (CC third floor)
6:00 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.
DINNER ON YOUR OWN
8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
BAILE
Master of Ceremonies: Vanessa Macias, Marivel Oropeza
• SayWut?
• Alma Rosa
10:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Lobby (CC third floor)
NMSU Golf Course
All Aboard America bus will pick up
attendees in parking lot of Garcia Hall
at 7:40 p.m.
All Aboard America bus will return
Attendees to Garcia Hall
The last bus will run at 11:15 p.m.
Sunday, July 26, 2009
UTEP BORDER BUS TOUR
7:30 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
9:05 a.m.
9:30 a.m.
9:30 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
Board bus Garcia Hall, NMSU Campus
Depart Garcia Hall
Arrive Geological Sciences building, UTEP campus
Continental Breakfast hosted by UTEP
Welcome to the University of Texas at El Paso
Geological Sciences, Reading Room 310
The University of Texas at El Paso: Border Issues Panel
• Dr. Irasema Coronado, Associate Vice Provost and Associate Professor of Political Science
• Dr. Yolanda Leyba, History Department, Associate Professor
• Dr. Zulma Mendez, Educational Leadership and Foundations, Assistant Professor
• Dr. Blanca Araujo, Teacher Education, Assistant Professor
Early van departs for El Paso airport (van holds 8)
Board bus for South El Paso tour including downtown El Paso, Segundo Barrio, the
U.S. Mexico Border and the Border Agricultural Workers Project
12:00 noon
12:00 noon
1:30 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
Arrive Mercado/Café Mayapan for shopping and a no-host lunch
Early van departs for El Paso airport (van hold 8)
Bus departs for El Paso airport
Bus arrives El Paso airport

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