CSI & Related Events
The Chicano Studies Institute at UC Santa Barbara hosts and supports conferences, seminars, workshops and events that contribute to a stimulating educational and research environment for faculty, researchers, staff, students and community members.
The goal of this Black student-centered Town Hall is to provide a space to discuss and analyze the ongoing persistence of black genocide and how it shapes student experiences.Zoom | 12:00pm
Preparing for Undergraduate Social Justice Research ExperiencesZoom | 12:00pm
CSI Interim Director Gerardo Aldana and CBSR Director Sharon Tettegah will discuss faculty research productivity at UCSB and strategies to enhance yours through campus resources.1623 South Hall | 12:30pm
Weaving together Indigenous D(L)akota Astronomy & NASA science this work offers insights from both world-views.
“Etuaptumumk” as described by Mi’kmaw elders: "Two-Eyed Seeing is learning to see from one eye with the strengths of Indigenous knowledges and ways of knowing, and from the other eye with the strengths of Western knowledges and ways of knowing, and to use both these eyes for the benefit of all." (Bartlett, Marshall and Marshall 2012, 336)
CSI hosts Deborah Paredez (Columbia University) in conversation with Diosa and Mala (Locatora Radio) about Selenidad! Register: http:/bit.ly/Selena50Register: http:/bit.ly/Selena50 | 4:00pm
Research Lecture: Carlos Decena (Rutgers University)zoom | 4:00pm