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Out now! A Party for Lazarus

May 31, 2020

Todd Ramón Ochoa has a new book out called A Party for Lazarus: Six Generations of Ancestral Devotion in a Cuban Town (University of California Press). A Party for Lazarus is the story of a Cuban family, six generations removed … Continued

Out Now! Engaging the African Diaspora in K-12 Education

May 20, 2020

Critical Ethnic Studies Collective board members Kia Caldwell (with Emily Susanna Chávez, editors) and Tanya L. Shields (with Kathy Perkins, “Telling Stories of Home: Pedagogy, Practice and the Potential for Lasting Change”) contributed to the new volume Engaging the African … Continued

Career Girl Meets Rock Star

March 17, 2020

Malinda Maynor Lowery ponders kinship, place, and knowledge in terms of her relationship to Lumbeeland.

A Critical Space

February 20, 2020

CES Convener Sharon P. Holland talks about Critical Ethnic Studies  Critical Ethnic Studies Graduate Working Group Fellows with Convener Sharon P. Holland at Home in the Center for the Study of the American South   “I really wish we had … Continued

Emil Keme receives Casa de Las Americas prize

February 1, 2020

Emil Keme has been awarded the prestigious Casa de Las Americas prize for Studies on American indigenous cultures for his book Le Maya Q’atzij (Our Maya Word): Poetics of Resistance and Emancipation from Iximulew (1960-2012). The book offers a critical … Continued