CAMPSSAH Research Colloquiums

The Center for the Advancement of Multicultural Perspectives on Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities is pleased to host the CAMPSSAH Research Colloquiums. These talks showcase the newest research done by CAMPSSAH Faculty Scholars and aims to build a community of diverse perspectives and identities at UC Davis. 

There are currently 21 CAMPSSAH Faculty Scholars at UC Davis, with appointments spanning 14 departments in 5 colleges and schools.

The CAMPSSAH Research Colloquiums are co-organized by Faculty Director Zoila S. Mendoza and Principal Analyst Thomas O'Donnell. If you would like to present at a future colloquium or have questions please contact us!

Future Colloquiums

April 6 Alicia Rusoja School of Education

"My Son Was Teaching Me How to Really Act in Solidarity: Latine/x Immigrants Organizing Intergenerationally through a Communal Pedagogy of Resistance"

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April 20

Chris Hanssmann

Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies; Emergency Medicine; Family and Community Medicine Special Presentation - Joint Colloquium with CAMPOS - "Redefining Health and Wellness: Community-Centered Approaches to Resisting Racism, Sexism, and Transphobia in Medicine"

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May 10 Keith David Watenpaugh Human Rights Studies

Don’t Say "It’s Just Cultural Genocide;” It’s Genocide: Colonial Exceptionalism and Contemporary Opportunities for Intersectional Solidarity in the Study of Indigenous Genocide

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May 24 Erica Kohl-Arenas American Studies; Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life "Funding a Movement: Fanny Lou Hamer, Cesar Chavez and the Philanthro-Agro-State Fix"
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