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Link to news item: Professor Catherine Ceniza Choy Named OAH Distinguished Lecturer

Professor Catherine Ceniza Choy Named OAH Distinguished Lecturer

Professor Catherine Ceniza Choy Named OAH Distinguished Lecturer

Professor Catherine Ceniza Choy has been named a Distinguished Lecturer by the Organization of American Historians. MoreRead more about "Professor Catherine Ceniza Choy Named OAH Distinguished Lecturer"


Professor Chris Zepeda-Millán Receives an Early Career Award

Professor Chris Zepeda-Millán Receives an Early Career Award

Professor Chris Zepeda-Millán has been awarded the 2017 Early Career Award by the Midwest Political Science Association Latino/a Caucus. MoreRead more about "Professor Chris Zepeda-Millán Receives an Early Career Award "


2017 Distinguished Faculty Mentor Award

2017 Distinguished Faculty Mentor Award

Ethnic Studies Department Chair, Shari Huhndorf, has received the 2017 Distinguished Faculty Mentor Award. MoreRead more about "2017 Distinguished Faculty Mentor Award"



Please Give to Ethnic Studies: UC Berkeley's BIG GIVE Fundraising Initiative - November 16 & 17, 2016

Please Give to Ethnic Studies: UC Berkeley's BIG GIVE Fundraising Initiative - November 16 & 17, 2016

November 15, 2016   Warm Greetings, Department of Ethnic Studies Alumni and Friends! We are excited to be part of University of California, Berkeley's campus-wide BIG GIVE fundraising initiative.  Funds can now be directed to departments, programs, and causes that donors … MoreRead more about "Please Give to Ethnic Studies: UC Berkeley's BIG GIVE Fundraising Initiative - November 16 & 17, 2016"


Community Support

Community Support

Dear Friends and Colleagues,   The aftermath of yesterday’s election has left many in special need of the solace and support of community.  The Departments of Ethnic Studies, African American Studies and Gender and Women’s Studies are safe and welcoming places for … MoreRead more about "Community Support"


What Filipino American history makes visible

What Filipino American history makes visible

On October 26, 2016, Pilipino American student organizations hosted Sproul Visibility Day, an event that honors Filipino American History Month and makes visible the presence of Filipino Americans at UC Berkeley. They invited me to be a speaker at this event. The following is the transcript of … MoreRead more about "What Filipino American history makes visible"

TAGS: http://blogs.berkeley.edu/2016/10/27/what-filipino-american-history-makes-visible/


ES Staff Offices CLOSED on Thursday, October 6

ES Staff Offices CLOSED on Thursday, October 6

Dear ES Community, Ethnic Studies Staff will be attending a staff retreat on Thursday, Oct 6 and will not be available for the entire day.   Thank you! -ES Staff MoreRead more about "ES Staff Offices CLOSED on Thursday, October 6"


Link to news item: Phd Alumni, Josh Kun, Named MacArthur Fellow

Phd Alumni, Josh Kun, Named MacArthur Fellow

Phd Alumni, Josh Kun, Named MacArthur Fellow

  http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/music/la-et-ms-josh-kun-20160920-snap-story.html MoreRead more about "Phd Alumni, Josh Kun, Named MacArthur Fellow "


Professor Catherine Ceniza Choy is faculty coordinator and co-organizer of a 2016-17 Institute of International Studies faculty interdisciplinary program on "Gender and the Trans-Pacific World.

Professor Catherine Ceniza Choy is faculty coordinator and co-organizer of a 2016-17 Institute of International Studies faculty interdisciplinary program on "Gender and the Trans-Pacific World.

This program explores the significance of gender and “Pacific World” frameworks to understand the connections between the lands, people, cultures, and environments that are in and border the Pacific Ocean.   Link: … MoreRead more about "Professor Catherine Ceniza Choy is faculty coordinator and co-organizer of a 2016-17 Institute of International Studies faculty interdisciplinary program on "Gender and the Trans-Pacific World."