Mesoamerican Studies Center Conference

Mesoamerican Studies Center Conference

Mesoamericans in California, Inmigrants’ Resistance, Social Movements, Rights and Memory

Program

OPENING WORDS
09:00 am – 09:15 am COB 2 392
Paul Almeida UC Merced – Sociology
Arturo Arias UC Merced – Interdisciplinary Humanities

VERONICA TERRIQUEZ
UC Santa Cruz
“Building Power and Fighting for Social Transfor-mation: Contemporary Youth Movements in Califor-nia.”

PANEL 1
INDIGENOUS and LATINX HEALTH

10:45 am – Noon COB 2 392

Moderator: Whitney Pirtle, UC Merced

1. “The Vitamin Project: Keeping Indigenous
Groups Healthy.”
Epiphaneia Juarez
UC Merced – Natural Sciences
2. “Differences in Smoking Between Mexicans
and Non-Hispanic Whites in the United
States and California.”
Mariaelena Gonzalez and Kesia Garibay
UC Merced – Public Health

PANEL 2
COMMUNITY TESTIMONY and RESISTANCE

10:45 am – Noon COB 2 390

Moderator: Dalia Magaña, UC Merced

1. “A Mexican Nightmare: Otomí People, Ecotourism, and Multiple Layers of Coloniality.”
Ariana Cruz-Araiza
CSU Stanislaus – Ethnic Studies
2. “Resistir Para Existir: ‘Giving Power Back to the Community.’”
Luis Higinio
UC Riverside – Sociology
3. “Oral History of Parents’ Immigration Experiences.”
Planada Elementary School, 5th Grade Class
Planada, CA

PANEL 3
IMMIGRANT SOCIAL MOVEMENTS

10:45 am – Noon COB 2 290

Moderator: Paul Almeida, UC Merced

1. “Mesoamericans in California: Immigrants’ Re-sistance, Social Movements, Rights, and Memory.”
Jesse Diaz
La Sierra College
2. “Reconstructing the Immigrants’ Rights Movement of 2006 Across the Central Valley of California.”
Rocio Murillo, Valezka Murillo, Karen Gomez
UC Merced – Sociology
3. “Immigrant Social Movements: Variations in
Local Level Campaigns.”
Maria Mora
UC Merced – Sociology

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