The Department of Central American and Transborder Studies presents: Movement as Survival - Afro-Caribbean Migrant Identities, with Valeria Grinberg Pla and Marton Robinson Read more
Katherine Silver will discuss her work as a translator of Latin American literature, interpreter, and author. Silver’s celebrated translations of Latin American authors have won multiple awards. Her most recent and forthcoming publications include works by María Sonia Cristoff, Daniel Sada, Read more
Francisco Aragon is a Nicaraguan-American poet. His newest poetry collection is titled After Ruben. He will read from his collection and then have a Q&A. Read more
Central American Lecture Series Presents: Francisco Aragón. Book Reading and Q&AFran Read more
Join us from November 2nd to 6th for a week full of psychoeducational workshops, activities, and conversations surrounding depression and mental illness. Read more
Join us for a speaker series on the future of education. We will cover augmented realty, flipped classrooms, consciousness and more. Read more
Drawing from her book, "Black Faces, White Spaces", her relationships "in the field", her lived experience, Dr. Carolyn Finney digs into the complexities and contradictions of American history as it relates to green space, race, and the power to shape the places we live in in our own image. Find out more about this event.
Free Virtual Tour of the Great Smoky Mountains, Wednesday, November 18, 11:00 - 11:45 a.m. Register online. Guest speakers, Dr. Mechelle Best, faculty and Chair, CSUN Recreation and Tourism Management; Dr. Ivan Guillory, Faculty, CSUN Kinesiology. Our guest speakers will share their experience and expertise as they take us through the park, while giving special consideration to the lived experience of people of color in outdoor spaces! In collaboration with Associated Students. Find out more about this event.
This event is for international students who are interested in attending CSUN in the future and would like to hear from CSUN representatives. Learn more
The Department of Central American and Transborder Studies presents Indigenous REsistance Day 2020 - Celebrating resistance through our academic vision, our transnational spaces, and our communities Read more