Featured CCSRE Publications

2014 CCSRE Newsletter

The Fall 2014 Newsletter covers the last two academic years at CCSRE. It features a conversation with the new Chair of the National Advisory Board, Emory Lee, our new Community Engaged Learning Program, the 2013 and 2014 Anne and Loren Kieve Distinguished Speaker Lectures, and the Religious and Ethnic Coexistence Initiative. Please delve into the Newsletter to read about the many events, ceremonies, and awards of our students, staff, and faculty.


2012 CCSRE Newsletter

The Autumn 2012 CCSRE Newsletter features an interview with new CCSRE Faculty Director José David Saldívar and a profile of Advisory Board Member and CCSRE benefactor Ina Coleman. This issue also covers some of the innovative and exciting events of 2012, including CREAL's inaugural symposium to join sociolinguists with scholars of race and ethnicity. It is with great pride we reflect on fifteen years of CCSRE growth and achievements, chronicled in an article by Al Camarillo.

View Indivdual Articles:

Farewell Letter from Ramón Saldívar

A Conversation with new CCSRE faculty director, José David Saldívar

Al Camarillo Reflects on 15 Years of CCSRE

Tania Mitchell: Celebrating the Heart of Service Learning at Stanford

The Incredible Journey of Distinguished Alumna Maribel Ledezma-Williams

Returning Home: Recent CSRE Graduate Michael Tubbs runs for Stockton, CA City Council

Making an Impact: Ina Coleman and a National Audience

Faculty Development Initiative (FDI) Updates

José David Saldívar Discusses "Junot Díaz: A Symposium"

Language Matters: Sociolinguists and Scholars of Race and Ethnicity Gather for CREAL’s Inaugural Symposium

The Art of Occupation: Stanford Students Explore Nexus between Art and Social Change

2011 CCSRE Newsletter

This year's newsletter features articles on Stanford's Global Hip Hop course and symposium, a new Center on Race, Ethnicity, and Language, and Dr. Lonnie Bunch, the sixth Kieve Lecturer and the Founding Director of the Smithsonian's new Museum of African American History and Culture, as well as updates from affiliated institutes, centers, and programs, books published by CCSRE affiliates, and news from former fellows and alumni.

Doing Race: 21 Essays for the 21st Century, a collection of new essays by interdisciplinary scholars and scientists, many of whom are Stanford University faculty, which gives a comprehensive introduction to race and ethnicity.

Co-edited by Professors Hazel Rose Markus (Psychology) and Paula M.L. Moya (English).

Asian American Art: A History, 1850-1970  is the first comprehensive study of the lives and artistic production of artists of Asian ancestry active in the United States before 1970. The publication features original essays by ten leading scholars, biographies of more than 150 artists, and over 400 reproductions of artwork, ephemera, and images of the artists.

Edited by Professor Gordon Chang (History), Professor Mark Johnson (San Francisco State University), and Paul Karlstrom (Smithsonian Institution)

Stanford Journal of Asian American Studies (SJAAS) is an online journal featuring excellence in the field of Asian American Studies. Papers may be submitted by undergraduate or graduate students of any year or major. In addition to original research papers, we will consider essays, short fiction, poems, or visual art. SJAAS is published by Asian American Studies at Stanford University and edited by Professor Gordon Chang (History).

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