MALCS invites nominations and self-nominations for lead editor to serve five-year term, and provide institutional home for same five-year term for its flagship, interdisciplinary journal, Chicana/Latina Studies: The Journal of Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social beginning May 15, 2014–June 15, 2019.
Scope of Chicana/Latina Studies:The flagship journal of MALCS is published twice yearly in fall and spring of the academic calendar. Chicana/Latina Studies is the only interdisciplinary Latino studies journal of a national organization. Originally housed at the Chicana/Latina Research Center, University of California, Davis, MALCS published Voces between 1996 and 2001. Adaljiza Sosa Ridell managed the journal and coordinated the collective editorial board.
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MALCS invites nominations and self-nominations for creative writing editor and book review editor to serve five-year term for its flagship, interdisciplinary journal, Chicana/Latina Studies: The Journal of Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social.
Creative Writing Co-Editor
MALCS invites nominations and self-nominations for one individual to serve as Creative Writing Co-Editor of Chicana/Latina Studies for a five-year term: May 15, 2012—June 15, 2017. Continue reading »
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True, we were not going door to door with donation cans, but the vigilance it took by so many of you, to encourage your friends and colegas to pledge, to keep sending out the word, posting and posting, felt as demanding as that. And I thank you. I thank all of you here who have supported this campaign. Some of you, I know, really pledged beyond your budgets. It meant a great deal to me, to us.
In our *52-*day campaign (the NEW FIRE number), we raised over $27,000! And, in the process, you have helped to fund actual jobs for people of color artists — musicians, visual artists, designers, and choreographer — in a Xicana/Indigenous/Queer project. (There is a kind of timely and connected importance to this, I think: this show of an alternative approach to capital-raising in solidarity with young people in Oakland hell-raising in opposition to capital greed.)
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