Creatively Collaborative and Intergenerational

Creatively Collaborative and Intergenerational: The Power of Inclusively Humane Archive Creation and Dissemination at the University of California, Irvine June 2, 2021   This zoom event was an opportunity to engage in a relational and interdisciplinary approach to discussing and learning about our Public Scholarship Team’s Interdisciplinary Legacies Project and the pathbreaking scholarship of Dr. Robb Hernandez, Associate Professor, English, Fordham University, author of Archiving an Epidemic: Art, AIDS, and

Borders, Emotions, and Imaginaries

Borders, Emotions, and Imaginaries: Magnifying Immigrant Experiences and Immigrant Histories October 2018   The multi-sited and generationally diverse experiences and histories underpinning scholarship on borders, emotions, and imaginaries at the heart of immigrant experiences and immigrant histories framed our conceptualization of this October 2018 book display exhibit for the University of California, Irvine’s (UCI) Off the Shelf and On Display exhibits series hosted by UCI’s Langson Library and led by Christina

The Material of Memory: Revisiting Our Histories of Immigration

The Material of Memory: Revisiting Our Histories of Immigration Exhibition March-April 2017 The Material of Memory: Revisiting Our Histories of Immigration is a University of California, Irvine (UCI) undergraduate student curated exhibition and event program under the faculty directorship of Dr. Ana Elizabeth Rosas that magnified how and why the immigrant women and men participating in this revisiting of our immigration histories documented and recollected their personal investment in a diversity of emotive ties

The Enduring Dangers

The Enduring Dangers of Essentializing Labor and Laborers April 13, 2021   This Public Scholarship Team zoom event was an opportunity to learn more about and from an upcoming special issue co-edited by George Lipsitz, Abigail Rosas, and Ana Elizabeth Rosas for Kalfou: A Journal of Comparative and Relational Ethnic Studies that centers on the under-examined and dangerous erasures and rigors of essentializing laborers and labor across a diversity of

Magnifying Generative Imaginaries and Transformative Relational Ethnic Studies Research and Writing

Magnifying Generative Imaginaries and Transformative Relational Ethnic Studies Research and Writing March 1, 2018   This Public Scholarship Team event stressed the revealing and relevant qualities when pursuing Ethnic Studies research and writing in a relational and inclusively humane fashion. We celebrated and promoted the transformative trajectory and contributions of Kalfou: A Journal of Comparative and Relational Ethnic Studies and Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life as invaluable