9:00 a.m.-10:20 a.m.
THE DESIRABILITY OF DIVERSELY INTERGENERATIONAL CONTEXTS AND CONNECTIONS
Welcome, Ana Elizabeth Rosas and Mario Alberto Obando, Jr.
“Quiero Ser: Menudomania and Latina Fandom in the 1980s”
Laura Gutierrez, University of the Pacific
“Entering my Señora Feminista Era in the Kitchen: Making Comidas and Nurturing Ourselves
as Spiritual and Ancestral Practice”
Reina C. Rodriguez, California State University, Los Angeles
“Tan Sólo Una Razón Para Arreglarme El Alma: Searching for Ancestral Healing Paths
through Trans-Temporal Musical Meditations”
Daniel Topete, Riverside City College
“Hasta Que Te Conoci: Coming of Age in and during the Pandemic”
Citlally Solorzano, University of California, San Diego
10:30 a.m.-11:50 a.m.
EDUCATIONAL EXCLUSIONS, SOLIDARITIES, AND TRAUMA
“From Wronged to Avenged: Chicana Excellence across Three Generations”
Lisa Ramos, San Antonio College
“When being a good student is not enough: Coming of Age at Napa High School in the
Lilia Soto, San Diego State University
“Wildfire, The Land Grant University and the Child Worker”
Salvador Zarate, University of California, Irvine
Elaine Torres, UC Irvine
12:30 p.m.-1:45 p.m.
Luis Alvarez, University of California, San Diego
*Please note that this keynote presentation session will take place in SBSG 1321.
INTERGENERATIONAL ENGAGEMENT AND REBIRTH
2:00 p.m.-3:15 p.m.
Elizabeth Farfan-Santos, University of Houston
“Teaching and Learning from the Next Generation: DACA-mented Teachers’ Youth Aspirations
and Teaching Practices”
Abigail Rosas, California State University, Long Beach
Esa Syeed, California State University, Long Beach
“Bureaucracies of Migrant Suffering: Political Emotions of the Naturalization Process”
Gabriela Lua, University of California, Santa Barbara
Adrian Felix, University of California, Riverside
EMOTIVELY INTERGENERATIONAL REVELATIONS
3:30 p.m.-4:45 p.m.
“Humanely Capacious Banners: The Emotionally Purposeful Place of Intergenerational
Archives in Latina Women’s Workspaces”
Ana Elizabeth Rosas, University of California, Irvine
“Clase H-322: Coming of Age Together on Screen, in History and in Spirit”
Mario Alberto Obando, Jr., California State University, Fullerton
“Tending to the Flame: Revelations of Coming of Age”
Amanda Ellis, University of Houston
Closing Remarks, Ana Elizabeth Rosas and Mario Alberto Obando, Jr.
This event is being organized by Ana Elizabeth Rosas (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the support of Mario Alberto Obando, Jr. (email@example.com).
*Except for the keynote address session, all event sessions will be held in HG 1002. The keynote address session SBSG 1321.