Dr. Rabaka's Black Lives Matter Course featured in Daily Camera as Effort to Decolonize Curriculum

March 14, 2019


Shawn O'Neal to perform at the Digital International Creative Arts Therapies Symposium this Saturday!

Feb. 20, 2019

Hello everyone! Please consider attending the distinct, online DICATS event or Digital International Creative Arts Therapies Symposium – February 23, 2019 I Shawn Trenell O’Neal , PhD Candidate, Comparative Ethnic Studies UCBoulder will be performing with my collaborative project Hands of Midnight, with the assistance of Professor Patrick Clark ,...


Joanne Belknap interviewed for the Oral History of Criminology Project of the American Society of Criminology by the late Helen Eigenberg (November 2018)

Feb. 20, 2019


The National Association of Chicano/a Studies has awarded our PhD Candidate, Raul Melgoza, Frederick A. Cervantes Student Premio (Best Student Paper Award)

Jan. 31, 2019

His paper was titled “Like the Monarch Butterfly”: Mariposas, Migrantes, and Chicanx Comparative Critique

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"Migrant detention-center issues not new, scholar says" Article on Dr. Ordaz

Jan. 29, 2019

CHANGE, “systemic and cultural forms of conversation and activism” to “systemic and institutional forms of oppression and activism” CHANGE “These spaces need to be mandatory” to “These spaces are essential” CHANGE “At the heart of ethnic studies is activism,” to “At the heart of ethnic studies is a struggle for...

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Myhal awarded Natural Resource Scholarship from the Inter-tribal Timber Council

Jan. 4, 2019

PhD. student Natasha Myhal has been awarded the Native American Natural Resource Research Scholarship, which will allow her to continue her research fieldwork with Anishinaabe communities this summer. The Intertribal Timber Council (ITC), in partnership with the USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station, provides scholarship opportunities for Native American students...


Congrats Lau, Ale & Jose!

Nov. 26, 2018

Three of our Ph.D. students, Laura Malaver, Alejandra Portillos & Jose Vasquez-Zarate, received the Tinker Grant from the Latin American Studies Center to support their projects in Colombia, Mexico City & Oaxaca this summer 2019! For the duration of a month and a half, Lau Malaver, born and raised in...


Brent Learned: Cheyenne and Arapaho Artists Journey

Oct. 10, 2018


Congrats Cassy on your thesis: Race, Gender, and Domestic Human Trafficking: An Intersectional Description of Human Trafficking Cases at the State Level, which has been recognized among the 25 Most-Accessed Dissertations and Theses in August 2018

Oct. 3, 2018

Cassy's graduate work is one of the most-accessed of 2.25 million full-text graduate works across all subject areas, based on total PDF downloads in the ProQuest® Dissertations & Theses Global™ database.


CU Boulder students protest the prison labor that provides CU's furniture

Sept. 26, 2018