Articles Tagged: Humanities

Fellowship Workshop for First-Gen Graduate Students

Published: November 6, 2019

Are you a first-gen graduate student? Would you like to learn more about the fellowship process? Join us for cookies and information! When: Wed. Nov. 6th 2:30-4:30PM Where: Boyer Hall 130 RSVP: https://forms.gle/645sDG8J2osGS1n47 #gradhack #fellowships #firstgen @uclagraduateschool @ucla_firstgen @firstgengradbruins @ucla_gsrc   To Download Flyer Click Here!

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National First-Gen Day Events

Published: November 6, 2019

To download flyer click here! To RSVP for the First- Gen Fellowship Workshop click here! To RSVP for the First- Gen Alumni Happy Hour click here!

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Pioneering Gay, Chicano Author John Rechy to Receive UCLA Medal

Published: October 25, 2019

Since before the current cultural moment that gives currency to diverse points of view, acclaimed novelist, playwright and essayist John Rechy has been centering on themes that defend gay, Mexican American, African American and immigrant rights. His best known work is his groundbreaking novel “City of Night.” Published in 1963, it is a first-person tour through…

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UCLA Professor of Spanish and Portuguese, Héctor Calderón Latest Book Wins Awards

Published: October 22, 2019

Héctor Calderón, a UCLA professor of Spanish American, Mexican, and Chicana/o literature and cultures, was awarded first place for Best Academic Themed Book at the 21st Annual International Latino Book Awards on Sept. 21. “The Aztlán Mexican Studies Reader, 1974­-2016,” (UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Press, 2018) which was edited and is introduced by Professor Calderón,…

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