Author Reyna Grande

March 10, 2021 (4:30-6:00pm Central)

Reyna Grande is the author of the bestselling memoir, The Distance Between Us, (Atria, 2012) where she writes about her life before and after she arrived in the United States from Mexico as an undocumented child immigrant.… Continue Reading »

Where Caciques and Mapmakers Met: Border Making in Eighteenth-Century South America

February 17, 2021 (4-5:30pm Central)

with Jeffrey Erbig (Assistant Professor in Latin American and Latino Studies UC-Santa Cruz)
Drawing upon manuscripts from over two dozen archives in seven countries, Erbig traces on-the-ground interactions between Ibero-American colonists, Jesuit and Guaraní mission-dwellers, and autonomous Indigenous peoples as they responded to ever-changing notions of territorial possession.… Continue Reading »

Virtual Internship Webinar

Join us on Nov 13th and Nov 20th for a two part event, organized with our friends in the Global and International Studies and The Department of African & African Diaspora Studies: Student Internships in the Virtual Space!
Part one on 11/13 at 12pm  frames the virtual internship experience, emphasizing strengths and opportunities, and why you might consider one in spring or next year. Register here
Part two on 11/20 at 12pm features an intern and employer panel. Register here

ACTFL Workshop, fall 2020

American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Virtual Workshop Distance Learning Tools and Strategies for Developing Proficiency in Each Mode of Communication Saturday, October 10, 2020 10am-2:30pm In this workshop, language educators will explore tools for planning and … Continue Reading »

2020 CLACS Summer Institute (Online)

Underreported Stories from Latin America
June 29-30, 2020
Join us for a hands-on professional development workshop that will introduce methods for using global news stories and journalism skills to deepen students’ engagement with their curricula, while also increasing their critical thinking and communication skills. Featuring education staff from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting,… Continue Reading »