Please see information at at New Mexico State University – https://malcs.nmsu.edu/
Site chair Dolores Delgado Bernal writes:
Those of you coming to the MALCS Institute next week might be interested in these articles about the Mestizo Coffeehouse and Art Gallery where we will be holding our annual baile. The gallery is also hosting a month log exhibit with art work from local and national MALCS participants.
“Mixed Use: Mestizo Coffeehouse re-opens with a vision” in Salt Lake City Weekly
4/15 NOTE: Deadline extended to April 25th!
Attached is the call for proposals and registration form for the July 30–August 2 summer institute at the University of Utah. Please note that the call for papers deadline is April 15th and early registration deadline is May 5th.
The reserved rooms are very comfortable residential housing units that were built for the 2002 olympics here in salt lake city. Meals are at the housing cafeteria also built for the olympics. As you can see both are very reasonably priced. We’ve already had many inquiries about the conference so please send us your materials by the deadline so we can accommodate your housing requests.
We’ll send and post on the malcs website more detailed information in the coming weeks. Nos vemos en Utah!–Dolores
The 2007 MALCS Summer Institute site committee is currently seeking submissions for scholarly papers, panels proposals, workshops, roundtables, intimate circles, etc. for the 2007 Summer Institute at the University of Minnesota, St. Paul Campus August 2-4.
Chicana/Latina Studies: The Journal of Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social calls for participation in the Writing Workshops at the 2007 MALCS Summer Institute at the University of Minnesota, St. Paul Campus, August 2-4.
Journal editor Karen Mary Davalos is conducting a survey for Chicana/Latina Studies: The Journal of MALCS. If you are not a member of MALCS, can you take a minute to answer these questions: [Read more…] about To the general public: a brief survey