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“Beyond the First: Healing and Harmful Speech,” with Professor Lok Siu

“Beyond the First: Healing and Harmful Speech,” with Professor Lok Siu

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Remembering the Filipino veterans of World War II by Professor Catherine Ceniza Choy

Remembering the Filipino veterans of World War II by Professor Catherine Ceniza Choy

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Native American Activist, Dennis Banks, Passes Away

Native American Activist, Dennis Banks, Passes Away

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Race and the Law Summer Minor

Race and the Law Summer Minor

Ethnic Studies will be offering a joint summer minor with African American Studies on Race and the Law. Details are currently under construction, check back soon for more information. MoreRead more about "Race and the Law Summer Minor"


Berkeley Writers at Work: Catherine Ceniza Choy

Berkeley Writers at Work: Catherine Ceniza Choy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJAV3KaEM2o   Each year the Berkeley Writers at Work series features a prominent campus writer to discuss their writing accomplishments and process. Ethnic Studies Professor, Catherine Ceniza Choy, was selected as this year’s Writer at Work. This … MoreRead more about "Berkeley Writers at Work: Catherine Ceniza Choy"


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Berkeley Writers at Work: Catherine Ceniza Choy

Berkeley Writers at Work: Catherine Ceniza Choy

Date / Time:  October 11, 2017 12:00pm to 1:30pm Location:  Morrison Library, 101 Main Library Catherine Ceniza Choy, Professor of Ethnic Studies, will be the featured writer in the Fall 2017 Berkeley Writers at Work Series. The event will take place … MoreRead more about " Berkeley Writers at Work: Catherine Ceniza Choy"


Departmental Newsletter 2016-2017

Departmental Newsletter 2016-2017

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Ray Telles Nominated for an Emmy Award

Ray Telles Nominated for an Emmy Award

Congratualtions to Associate Adjunct Professor, Ray Telles, on being nominated for a national Emmy award for his production of "Dogtown Redemption" (Independent Lens series, PBS). The award winners will be announced in October.   http://www.dogtownredemption.com/the-creators/ MoreRead more about "Ray Telles Nominated for an Emmy Award"


Political Effects of Having Undocumented Parents by Professor Chris Zepeda-Míllan

Political Effects of Having Undocumented Parents by Professor Chris Zepeda-Míllan

Abstract The current US undocumented population is large and settled. As a result, millions of US-born citizens are growing up with undocumented parents or siblings. In this paper, we use original survey data to study the politics of the US-citizen offspring of undocumented migrants. We … MoreRead more about "Political Effects of Having Undocumented Parents by Professor Chris Zepeda-Míllan "