Enrique G. Murillo, Jr., Ph.D.

College of Education

     Publications and Presentations:  Last Updated April 2015


 

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REFEREED JOURNALS:

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2015). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 15, no. 2.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2015). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 15, no. 1.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2014). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 14, no. 4.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2014). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 14, no. 3.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2014). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 14, no. 2.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2014). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 14, no. 1.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2013). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 13, no. 4.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2013). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 13, no. 3.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2013). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 13, no. 2.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2013). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 13, no. 1.

Murillo, E.G. (2012) "Increasing the Latino Educator Pipeline," Teachers of Color Magazine, Spring Issue Vol 7, No. 1, pgs. 54-55.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2012). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 12, no. 4.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2012). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 12, no. 3.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2012). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 12, no. 2.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2012). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 12, no. 1.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2011). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 11, no. 4.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2011). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 11, no. 3.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2011). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 11, no. 2.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2011). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 11, no. 1.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2010). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 10, no. 4.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2010). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 10, no. 3.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2010). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 10, no. 2.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2010). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 10, no. 1.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2010). "The Color of Money: Maintaining the Pipeline of Diversity during a Tumultuous Economy", Insight Magazine - WSU

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2009). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 9, no. 4.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2009). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 9, no. 3.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2009). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 9, no. 2.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2009). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Educationn, vol. 9, no. 1.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2008). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 8, no. 4.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2008). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Educationn, vol. 8, no. 3.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2008). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 8, no. 2.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2008). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 8, no. 1.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2007). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Educationn, vol. 7, no. 4.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2007). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 7, no. 3.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2007). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 7, no. 2.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2007). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 7, no. 1.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2006). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 6, no. 4.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2006). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 6, no. 3.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2006). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Educationn, vol. 6, no. 2.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2006). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Educationn, vol. 6, no. 1.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2005). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 6, no. 4.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2005). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Educationn, vol. 5, no. 3.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2005). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Educationn, vol. 5, no. 2.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2005). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 5, no. 1.

Murillo Jr., E.G. and Sullivan, A. (2005). “High Stakes Testing and Assessment:

     One is Not the Other,” Wisdom in Education Journal, Features: Fall 2005.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2004). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Educationn, vol. 4, no. 4.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2004). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 4, no. 3.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2004). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Educationn, vol. 4, no. 2.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2004). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Educationn, vol. 4, no. 1.

 

Hamann, E.T., Wortham, S. & Murillo Jr., E.G. (2004). "Education in the New Latino Diaspora: A Reflection on

     Polyvocality," Journal of Thought. Vol. 39, No. 1, pp. 83-102.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2003). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Educationn, vol. 3, no. 4.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2003). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 3, no. 3.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2003). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 3, no. 2.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2003). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 3, no. 1.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2003). "Indigenous Inscriptions: Reflective Notes on Educational Ethnographic Writing from a

     Multicentric Postchicano Positionality," Educational Studies, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 169-181.

Murillo Jr., E.G. & Flores, S.Y. (2002). "Reform by Shame: Managing the Stigma of Labels in High Stakes

     Testing," Educational Foundations, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 93-108.

Bartlett, L., Fredrick, M., Guldbrandsen, T., & Murillo, Jr., E.G. (2002) "The Marketization of Education: Public

     Schools for Private Ends," Anthropology & Education Quarterly, vol. 33, no. 1, pp. 1-25.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2002). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 1, no. 4.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2002). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Educationn, vol. 1, no. 3.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2002). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 1, no. 2.

Murillo Jr., E.G., Flores, S.Y. and Martinez, C. (2002). "From the Editor's Desk", Journal of Latinos and

     Education, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 1-5. (Inaugural Volume and Issue)

Flores, S. Y. and Murillo Jr., E. G. (Sept. 2001). “Power, Language and Ideology: Historical and Contemporary

     Notes on the Dismantling of Bilingual Education,” SPECIAL ISSUE: Under Cultural Assault: Navigating

     Through California’s Proposition 227. Urban Review, vol. 33, no. 3.

Dowdy, J.K, Givens, G., Murillo Jr., E.G., Shenoy, D, & Villenas, S. (Sept-Oct 2000). “Noises in the Attic”: the

     Legacy of Academic Expectations.  International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, vol. 13, no. 5,

     pp. 429-446.

Murillo Jr., Enrique G. (1999). “Mojado Crossings along Neoliberal Borderlands,”  Educational Foundations,

     vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 7-30.

Murillo Jr., Enrique G. (1997).  “Pedagogy of a Latin American Festival,” The Urban Review, vol. 29, no. 4, pp. 263-281.

 

BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS:

Hamann, E., Wortham, S., & Murillo Jr., E.G. (eds.) (2015) Revisiting Education in the New Latino Diaspora, Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Murillo Jr., E.G. (ed.) Handbook of Latinos and Education: Theory, Research & Practice. Philadelphia, PA: Routledge (2010).

D. Holland, D. Nonini, C. Lutz, L. Bartlett, M. Frederick-McGlathery, T. Guldbrandsen, and E.G. Murillo, Jr.. Local Democracy Under Siege: Activism, Public

     Interests, and Private Politics. New York, NY: NYU Press (2007).

Noblit, G. W., Murillo, Jr., E.G., & Flores, S.Y. (eds.) Postcritical Ethnography in Education. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. (2004).

Wortham, S., Hamann, E. &  Murillo Jr., E.G. (eds.) (2001) Education in the New LatinoDiaspora: Policy and

     the Politics of Identity. Westport, CT: Ablex.

Murillo Jr., Enrique G. (copy ed.) (1999) not by myself . . . A Special Edition of English and Spanish Writings

     About Changing Communities in the South.  Literacy South, Snow Camp, NC: Peppercorn Books and Press.

 

BOOK CHAPTERS AND CONTRIBUTING TEXTS:

Machado-Casas, M. , Bustos Flores, B. , and Murillo Jr., E. "Reframing: We are Not Public Intellectuals; We are Movement Intellectuals"

         in C. Gerstl-Pepin and C. Reyes (eds.) Reimagining the Public Intellectual in Education: Making Scholarship Matter, New York: NY: Peter Lang, 2015.

Murillo, E.G. and Aguilera, P.A."How Are You Going to Pay for College?" in The National Latino & American Indian Scholarship Directory, WPR Books, Carlsbad: CA (2013).

Murillo Jr., E.G "Introduction" in E.G. Murillo Jr. (ed.) Handbook of Latinos and Education: Theory, Research & Practice.

        Philadelphia, PA: Routledge (2010).

Murillo Jr., E.G.  “North Carolina Latinos” in Ilan Stavans (ed.) Encyclopedia Latina,

        Amherst, MA: Grolier (2005).

 

Murillo Jr., E.G.  “Journal of Latinos and Education” in L. Diaz Soto (ed.) Hispanic Encyclopedia of Education,

        Westport, CT: Greenwood (2005).

 

Murillo Jr., E.G. and Diaz, E.  “Education” in S. Obler (ed.) Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the U.S. ,

         New York, NY: Oxford Press (2005).

Murillo, Jr., Enrique G. “Mojado Ethnography: making meaning of the alliances-reversals-paradoxes-positionalities

        along the neoliberal borderlands” (Reprint).  In Noblit, G. W., Murillo, Jr., E.G., & Flores, S.Y. (eds.)

        Postcritical Ethnography in Education. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. (2004).

Murillo, Jr., E.G., Noblit, G.W., & Flores, S.Y.  “Introduction”  In Noblit, G. W., Murillo, Jr., E.G.,

          & Flores, S.Y. (eds.)   Postcritical Ethnography in Education. Cresskill, NJ:   Hampton Press. (2004).

Murillo Jr., E.G. (2001) “How Does it Feel to Be a Problem?: ‘Disciplining’ the Transnational Subject in the

     American South” in S. Wortham, E. Hamann, & E.G.  Murillo Jr. (eds.) Education in the New Latino

     Diaspora: Policy and the Politics of Identity. Westport, CT: Ablex.

Wortham, S., Hamann, E. &  Murillo Jr., E.G. (2001) “Introduction” in S. Wortham, E. Hamann, & E.G. 

     Murillo Jr. (eds.) Education in the New Latino Diaspora: Policy and the Politicsof Identity. Westport, CT:

     Ablex. 

Murillo Jr., Enrique G. (1999) “Afterword.”  In Murillo Jr., Enrique G. (copy ed.) not by myself . . . A Special

     Edition of English and Spanish Writings About Changing Communities in the South. Literacy South, Snow

     Camp, NC: Peppercorn Books and Press.

CURRICULUM WRITING:


Adult English as a Second Language Curriculum: Submitted for, and accepted by the Irvine Foundation (May

     1992).

Adult Curriculum on Tobacco Abuse and Prevention: Submitted for, and accepted by California Department of

     Education. Co-Author with Francisco Ramirez (Feb. 1992).

MULTIMEDIA:


PUBLISHED AUTHORS VIDEO
      Process-video on professional publications, Ad-Hoc Committee to Update and Improve the M.A. Core

     Program, 2000

NOISES IN THE ATTIC: CONVERSATIONS WITH OURSELVES
      Process-video on topic of graduate students of color in higher education. Copyright 1997 by Diaspora

     Productions, in collaboration with Noises in the Attic working group and conversational circle (22 minutes)

JORNADA EN SILER CITY
      Two 30-minute television programs on local North Carolina site, in collaboration with Optivisa, Fundacion

     Mexicano Americano, and TELEMUNDO. Multiple viewings on more than 90 affiliate television stations.

CRUCEROS Y CAMINOS.
      Documentary video on the lives of Latino Immigrants in Clinton, North Carolina. Based on oral history interviews

      collected by Enrique G. Murillo, Jr.. Copyright 1996 by Shane Nye, in collaboration with the Center for

      Documentary Studies at Duke and Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (17 minutes).

 

PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES / PRESENTATIONS AND LECTURESHIP

05/14: Keynote Speaker, 15th Annual Nuestra Graduación Latino/a Graduation Celebration, San Bernardino Community College District

05/14: 3rd Annual College/Career Day, Redwood Elementary School, Fontana, CA

03/14: 2014 Latino Education and Advocacy Days Summit, CSUSB
San Bernardino, CA

02/14: 8th Annual Black and Brown & College Bound Summit
Tampa Bay, Florida

02/14: College of Education Dean's Speakers Series, Florida International University
Miami, Florida

10/13: Una Buena Educación "Feria Educativa" College & Career Fair, 2013 Annual Festival Cardenas
Fontana, CA

10/13: The Institute for Equity, Effectiveness and Excellence at HSIs, "Creating a Community of Practitioners," USC
Los Angeles, CA

05/13: Scholars' Latino Initiative Leadership Summit on Latino Education in North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC

04/13: American Educational Research Association
San Francisco, CA

04/13:

National Higher Education Conversation on Immigration Reform, CSUSB
San Bernardino, CA

03/13: 2013 Latino Education and Advocacy Days Summit, CSUSB
San Bernardino, CA

10/12: American Educational Studies Association
Denver, Colorado

10/12: HACU 26th Annual Conference, Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities
Washington, DC

09/12: Recognition Presentation, 6th Annual 30 Under 30 Latino/Native American Recognition

07/12: Keynote Speaker, 5th Annual UCR PUENTE Summer Leadership Conference, UC Riverside

05/12: Keynote Speaker, University of LaVerne, 11th Annual Latino/a Graduation Celebration

05/12: Keynote Speaker, San Gorgonio High School, 2012 Senior Celebration Program

04/12: American Educational Research Association
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

04/12: "Latino Los Angeles: New Insights in Urban History, the Arts and Education," Historical Society of Southern CA, Autry National Center of the American West
Los Angeles, CA

04/12: Symposium on Ethics of Education in Immigrant Contexts: "Examining the Educational Experiences for Immigrant Youth," CSULB
Long Beach, CA

03/12: 2012 Latino Education and Advocacy Days Summit, CSUSB
San Bernardino, CA

03/12: Ist Annual Future Educators Association of CA Conference: "Learning Today, Teaching Tomorrow"
Palm Springs, CA

01/12: The University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education's "Race in the Academy" series
Philadelphia, PA

12/11: Symposium on Socio-economic Status, Race, Student Achievement, and Schooling Practices: Why Congruence Matters, University of Redlands
Redlands, CA

11/11: CALAS 2050: "The Future of Chicana/o Latina/o American Studies", USC Latino Forum
Los Angeles, CA

10/11: Inaugural "Feria Educativa" College & Career Fair, CSUSB
San Bernardino, CA

10/11: HACU 25th Annual Conference, Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities
San Antonio, TX

10/11: Southern CA PUENTE Regional Training, Mission Inn
Riverside, CA

10/11: "International Higher Education Collaboration: Empowering Societies in an Era of Transformation", CONAHEC's 14th North American Higher Education Conference
Puebla, Mexico

09/11: Education Nation Summit 2011, NBC News, Rockefeller Plaza
New York City, NY

07/11:2011 CALSA Summer Institute, California Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators
Carlsbad, CA

04/11: Language and Culture: Doctorate Faculty & Students Tour Cuba, College of Education Seminar Series, CSUSB
San Bernardino, CA

04/11: American Educational Research Association
New Orleans, Louisiana

03/11: Quality of Life Summit: Inland Empire Economic Partnership, CSUSB
San Bernardino, CA

03/11: 2011 Latino Education and Advocacy Days Summit, CSUSB
San Bernardino, CA

03/11: Annual American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education Conference
San Antonio, Texas

03/11: "Immigration & Transnationalism in the Education of Latinos," Latinos and Education Course, University of Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah

02/11: Career Day, McKinley Elementary School, Colton, CA

02/11: "Research and It's Impact on Communities", Ethnic Studies Research Methods, CSUSB
San Bernardino, CA

01/11: 13th International Symposium on Social Communication, Centro de Linguistica Aplicada
Santiago de Cuba, Cuba

11/10: Capacity Building Workshop, The Center for Nonprofit Management, Southern CA Edison
San Bernardino, CA

09/10: "United in Support of Our Students in Trying Times", Unity Conference & Convocation, Chicano Latino School Boards Association and CA Chicano-Latino Intersegmental Convocation (CLIC)
Los Angeles, CA

06/10: Keynote Speaker, Casa Ramona Academy 2010 Commencement Ceremony

05/10: "Deconstructing Contemporary Post-Racial Discourses", 2010 CRSE 4th Annual Conference, Critical Race Studies in Education, University of Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah

04/10: American Educational Research Association
Denver, Colorado

03/10: Inaugural Latino Education and Advocacy Days Summit, CSUSB
San Bernardino, CA

03/10: "Practitioners and Researchers Learning Together": A National Conference on the Mathematics Teaching and Learning of Latinas/os, CEMELA-TODOS-National Science Foundation
Tucson, AZ

02/10: "The Color of Money: Maintaining the Pipeline of Diversity during a Tumultuous Economy", College of Education and EGO, Washington State University
Pullman, WA

03/09:  Student Dropout Situation in the Inland Empire and in California

Invited Panelist at the 2009 Education Summit: Student Dropout Prevention & Higher Education Rates, Sponsored by the District Office for Congessman Joe Baca

San Bernardino, CA

11/08:  Countering Academic Apartheid in the Academy: Funds of Knowledge as Tools for Advancement in the Experiences of Faculty of Color

Panel Discussion at the Annual Conference for the American Educational Studies Association

Savannah, Georgia

 

11/08:  Making the Connection Between Theory and Student’s Lives: Lessons Often Ignored

Chair/Discussant, Panel Discussion at the Annual Conference for the American Educational Studies Association

Savannah, Georgia

 

04/08:  Education Policy

Panel Discussion at the State of Black and Brown Arkansas: The Challenges of Racial Diversity for the 21st Century, University of Arkansas

Fayetteville, Arkansas

 

04/08:  SIG – Bilingual Education Research Business Meeting

Participant, Business Meeting at the Annual Conference for the American Educational Research Association

New York City, NY

 

04/08:  Teacher Education for a Multilingual Democratic Society: Research on Pre-service and In-service Educators

Discussant, Paper Session at the Annual Conference for the American Educational Research Association

New York City, NY

 

05/08:  Latin@s in the Educational Pipeline

Panel Discussion at the Ethnic Studies Roundtable, CSUSB

San Bernardino, California

 

02/08:  Promoting a New National Agenda for Hispanic Education: The Increasingly Important Role of Networks and Publishing Vehicles

Speaker, National Summit on Hispanic Education

Dallas, Texas

 

11/07:  Writing and Publishing Strategies for Tenure Success

2007 Tenure Academy, Texas Tech University

Lubbock, Texas

 

04/06:  Bilingual Electronic Mentoring: Socio-Affective Trends

Paper Session at the Annual Conference for the American Educational Research Association

San Francisco, California

 

04/06:  Un Paso P’Adelante! The Preparation of Preservice Teachers for Latino Students

Paper Session at the Annual Conference for the American Educational Research Association

San Francisco, California

 

03/06:  The Journal of Latinos and Education/The Handbook of Latinos and Education:

Theory, Research and Practice

Major Presentation at the National Latino Summit

San Juan, Puerto Rico

 

11/05:  High Stakes Testing and Assessment

Wisdom in Education Conference (inaugural)  CSUSB

 

04/05:  Working to Make the Strange Familiar: The Personal and Professional Journey

of Teacher Educators of Color.

Paper Session at the Annual Conference for the American Educational Research Association

Montreal, Canada

 

04/05:  Trends and Possibilities of Publishing

Hispanic Research Issues SIG Business Meeting

Annual Conference for the American Educational Research Association

Montreal, Canada

 

04/05:  Journal Talks 1

Roundtable Session at the Annual Conference for the American Educational Research Association

Montreal, Canada

 

03/05:   Birth of a Community; When and How; Then and Now: Longitudinal Study of

Latinos in North Carolina

First International Globalization, Diversity & Education Conference

Washington State University, Pullman

 

02/05:  Invest in Pesos Now, to be Cashed in Dollars Later.

Keynote address at the 6th Annual “Let’s Talk Race” Conference, Durham, NC

01/04:    Community Resource Mapping: an Ethnographic Tool for Teachers, Students,

and Teacher-Educators.

Workshop presented at VI Congreso de las Américas de Lectura Y Escritura

Bi-Annual Meeting, Panama City, Panama

 

11/03:    Toward a Theory of Latino Parents: On the Praxis and Beliefs of Latino

Educators.

Paper presented at the Conference for the American Educational Studies Association (AESA) Annual Meeting, Mexico City, Mexico

 

11/03:    Chair: Curriculum and Schooling

Paper presentations at the Conference for the American Educational Studies Association (AESA)

Annual Meeting, Mexico City, Mexico

 

04/03:    Notes on the Ideological Orientation of Latino Teachers Toward Latino

Parents

Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association

Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois

 

03/03:    Workshop Presenter

Con Confianza: Building Collaborative Partnerships with Latino Parents@

Supporting Latino Achievement in North Carolina Public School Conference

Duke University

 

11/03:    Paper:  Cyber-Coaching: Navigating the Anti-Child Policies of High Stakes

Testing and California's Proposition 227

2003 Hawaii International Conference on Education

Sheraton Waikiki Hotel, Honolulu Hawaii, USA

 

11/02:    Discussant

Cuando La Puerta Este Cerrada, Metete por la Ventana/When the Door is

Closed, Enter through the Window: Re/making and Exploring Different

 Caminos/Paths to Latina/o Success in Education            

Symposium presented at the Conference for the American Educational Studies

Association (AESA)

Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, Penn

 

11/02:    Invited Participant

 Insinuating the Social Foundations into Teacher Education  -  Committee on Academic Standards and Accreditation (C.A.S.A.)

Session presented at the Conference for the American Educational Studies Association (AESA)

Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, Penn

 

11/02:    Chair and Organizer

Education in the New Latino Diaspora: Policy and the Politics of Identity

Panel presented at the Conference for the American Educational Studies Association (AESA)

Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, Penn

 

11/02:    Scaffolding, Translating, and Struggling: The Theoretical Foundations of Inquiry in Post-Paradigm Contexts

Panel presented at the Conference for the American Educational Studies Association (AESA)

Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, Penn

 

04/02:    Disciplining the Transnational Subject in the American South

Paper presented at the Conference for the American Educational Research Association (AERA)

Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA

Symposium: Struggling Toward Bilingual Education in the New Latino Diaspora

 

04/02:    Invited Presentation at the Hispanic Research SIG Business Meeting on dialogue to facilitate relating to publications and presentations in the Journal of Latinos and Education and Journal of Hispanic Higher Education

Conference for the American Educational Research Association (AERA)

Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA

 

04/02:    Discussant

Narrating the Personal and Professional Lives of Latino Educators@

Symposium presented at the Conference for the American Educational Research Association (AERA)

Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA

 

12/01:    Education, Policy, and Identity in the New Latino Diaspora.

Session presented at the Conference for the American Anthropological

Association (AAA)

Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

 

11/01:    Respondent

The Role of Social Foundations in High Stakes Testing: Historical, Political

and Moral Perspectives

Symposium presented at the Conference for the American Educational Studies Association (AESA); Annual Meeting, Miami, FL

 

11/01     Discussant

Narratives of Latina/o and Chicana/o Educators: Constructing Bridging

Identities

Symposium presented at the Conference for the American Educational Studies Association (AESA); Annual Meeting, Miami, FL

 

11/01:    Committee on Academic Standards and Accreditation

Business Meeting at the Conference for the American Educational Studies

Association (AESA); Annual Meeting, Miami, FL

 

11/01:    Chair     

Has California’s Passage of Proposition 227 Made a Difference in the Way

We Teach?

Panel Discussion at the Conference for the American Educational Studies

Association (AESA); Annual Meeting, Miami, FL

 

05/01:    Chair and Participant

Research Making a Difference for Today=s Children and Families

CSU/UC Ethnography in Education Conference (2nd Annual)

  

04/01:    The Social Context of Schooling for Hispanic Students - Moving Toward Academic Achievement

Round Table  presented at the Conference for the American Educational Research Association (AERA)

Annual Meeting, Seattle, Wash.

 

03/01:    Only the Labor is Welcome Not the Entire Human Being: The Racialized

 Experiences of the New Latino Diaspora

Paper presented at Local Democracy at the Millennium: A Public Workshop

Inaugural Conference, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

 

01/01:    Globalization (Invited Commentator)

Symposium presented at the Comparativists’ Day at UCLA Conference

Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA

 

11/00:    a) Panel Session: The 3rd Annual State of the States C.A.S.A. Report

b) C.A.S.A.: Working Session for Members and Friends of Committee on Academic Standards and Accreditation

c) Committee on Academic Standards and Accreditation Meeting

Conference for the American Educational Studies Association (AESA); Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC

 

11/00:    Symposium: Troubling the Foundations of Qualitative Research: Reflecting on the Past and Gazing Towards the Future

Double Session presented at the Conference for the American Educational Studies Association (AESA);

Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC

 

11/00:    Symposium: The Politics of High Stakes Testing: A Critical Look at Accountability in American Education

Session presented at the Conference for the American Educational Studies Association (AESA);

Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC

 

04/00:    Mojado Ethnography: Conducting Research Under Cultural Assault

Paper presented at the Inaugural CSU-UC Ethnography in Education Conference

Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA

 

04/00:    Arts and Accountability: The Shifting Context of School Reform

(Chair and Organizer)

Symposium presented at the Conference for the American Educational Research Association (AERA)

Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA

 

10/99     Chair, Anthropology of Education at the Crossroads

Conference for the American Educational Studies Association; Detroit, MI

 

10/99     Session Presenter, Public Resources for Private Ends

Blaming Schools for a Failing Economy: Neoliberalism, Accountability & Corporate Harmony

Conference for the American Educational Studies Association: Detroit, MI

 

10/99     Chair,  Under Cultural Assault: Children, Parents and Teachers Navigating Through California’s Proposition 227

Conference for the American Educational Studies Association; Detroit, MI

 

12/98     Session Presenter, Restructuring Democracy.

Disciplining the Immigrant Other: Cultural Politics in a Restructuring Sunder Crossings U.S.A. 

Conference for the American Anthropological Association; Philadelphia, P.A.

 

11/98     Discussant, The Politics of Representation: Teachers, Students, and Self.

Conference for the American Educational Studies Association; Philadelphia, PA.

 

10/98     Invited Speaker, Next Decade: Carolina

A Conversation with Chancellor Michael Hooker, the 11th Annual Development Council and the 4th Annual Young Alumni Council Meetings, UNC-CH.

 

07/98     Invited Speaker, Community Stories Project

Center for Documentary Studies at Duke.

  

07/98     Guest Speaker,  Hispanic Panel

Seminar on Teaching Math and Science to Limited-English-Speaking Students, UNC-CH.

 

09/98     Guest Speaker, Radical Multiculturalism

Seminar on working with Speakers of English-as-a-Second Language, UNC-CH.

 

05/98     Invited Speaker, The 1998 Tar Heel Bus Tour.

UNC-CH Office of University Advancement.

 

05/98     Keynote Address, Transnationalism and Public Culture: Bridging Academic and Activist Worlds.

Conference Round Table sponsored by the Duke University Center for International Studies and Department of Cultural Anthropology.

 

04/98     Symposium Presenter, Pedagogical and Methodological Issues in Collaborative Ethnography.

Dialogical encounters: Strengthening research skills through peer mentoring.  Conference for the American

Educational Research Association; San Diego, CA.

 

04/98     Symposium Presenter, Noises in the Attic: Toward a Post-Colonial / Postcritical Educational Environment.

Noises in the Attic Working Group. Conference for the American Educational Research Association; San Diego, CA.

 

04/98     Session Performer, Performing Reform: Presenting the Polyphony.

A+ Program.  Conference for the American Educational Research Association; San Diego, CA.

 

03/98     Presenter, North Carolina Communities: Graduate Oral History Research.

Engineering Latino Communities.   Sponsored by the Southern Oral History Program and the Davis Library; The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

 

02/98     Guest Panelist, Noises in the Attic.

A forum on minority graduate students at UNC-Chapel Hill, based on the viewing and discussion of the video.   Co-sponsored by the Royster Society of Fellows, the Sonja Haynes Stone Black Cultural Center, and the Institute of African American Research, with additional funding by the College of Arts and Sciences, the Graduate School, the School of Education, the Center for Teaching and Learning, and the Institute for the Arts and Humanities.

 

11/97     Session Presenter, The Cultural Production of Exclusion: Dramas of Contestation and the Public Sphere in the American South. Those Damned Mexicans: resisting alien discourses in rural North Carolina.  Conference for the American Anthropological Association; Wash. D.C.

 

11/97     Discussant, The Schooling Implications of the New Latino Diaspora: Is It the Same Old Story?

Conference for the American Anthropological Association; Wash. D.C.

 

11/97     Discussant, Education Disparities in Public Education.

Q & A discussion of local educators / policymakers with Jonathon Kozol (educator / activist). Sponsored by the Campus Y and Carolina Union Activities Board, as part of Race Relations week.

 

11/97     Session Presenter, Border Ethnography: Problematizing the Crossing.

Mojado Ethnography: conducting research under cultural assault.  Conference for the American Educational Studies Association; San Antonio, Texas.

 

11/97     Symposium Presenter, We Didn’t Cross the Borders, the Borders Crossed Us: Postcolonial Analysis and the Subjective - Categorical Dilemmas of Native American Discourses.

Conference for the American Educational Studies Association; San Antonio, Texas.

 

10/97     Guest Speaker, Mexican Migrants, Refugees and Immigrants in North Carolina.

Seminar working group on Transnational Migration, UNC-CH.

 

10/97     Guest Presenter, Noises in the Attic: Conversations with Ourselves.

Screening of process-video and follow-up discussion.  Seminar on Post-Critical Ethnography, Institute for Research in the Social Sciences, UNC-CH.

 

09/97     Guest Speaker, La Raza in North Carolina: Heritage and History.

Federal Correctional Complex, as part of Hispanic Heritage Month.  Butner, NC.

 

09/97     Guest Presenter, Cruceros y Caminos.

Screening of documentary video and follow-up discussion.  La Fiesta Del Pueblo, Chapel Hill, NC.

 

06/97     Session Presenter, Research and Resistance in Latino Communities.

AReclaiming Voice Conference for Ethnographic Inquiry and Qualitative Research in a Postmodern Age. Los Angeles, CA.  Sponsored by USC / UCLA / UCI.

 

06/97     Session Presenter, Ethnography Unbound: The Postmodern Turn.

Reclaiming Voice Conference for Ethnographic Inquiry and Qualitative Research in a Postmodern Age. Los Angeles, CA.  Sponsored by USC / UCLA / UCI.

 

06/97     Guest Speaker, Minority Recruitment and Experience of Graduate Students of Color.

Session sponsored by the Minority Undergraduate Research Assistance Program.

 

05/97     Workshop Presenter, Sin Fronteras Foro Latino-Latino Affairs Forum.

Workshop on Community Organizing and NC Latino Communities.

 

11/96     Symposium Presenter, Pedagogies of the Other.

Journey of Chicano Critical Consciousness: From Solidarity in the SouthWest to Solitude in the American South. Conference for the American Educational Studies Association; Montreal, Canada.

 

11/96     Panel Chair, Resisting Alien Discourses: Indigenous Perspectives in Education.

Conference for the American Educational Studies Association; Montreal, Canada.

 

11/96     Symposium Presenter, Ritual in Education.

Pedagogy of a Latin-American Festival: a Mojado Ethnography.  Conference for the American Educational Studies Association; Montreal, Canada.

 

11/96     Guest Speaker, Language in Instruction.

Seminar Class on Social Foundations of Education, Meredith Women’s College at Raleigh, NC.

 

11/96     Guest Speaker, Day of the Dead in the Mexican Tradition.

Community Celebration at Duke University, co-sponsored by the Center for International Studies and the Duke-UNC Program in Latin-American Studies.

 

10/96     Guest Panelist, The Power of Language.

Brown-Bag Discussion, sponsored by the Graduate Student Association in Education.

 

10/96     Guest Speaker, Cultural Studies and Latinos.

Seminar Class on Cultural Studies, UNC-CH.

 

09/96     Guest Panelist, CRUCEROS Y CAMINOS.

Debut screening of documentary video on the lives of Latino Immigrants in Clinton, NC;  based on oral history interviews collected by Enrique G. Murillo, Jr..   Sampson Community College and Duke University.

 

04/96     Guest Speaker, Leonard Peltier Defense.

Internationalist Bookstore, Chapel Hill, NC.

 

03/96     Guest Speaker, Personal Perspectives of Chicanismo.

Seminar Class on Literature in Romance Languages, UNC-CH.

 

11/95     Discussant, Contested Child-Rearing: The Social Construction of Latino Child-Rearing.

Conference for the American Educational Studies Association; Cleveland, Ohio.

 

11/92     Session Presenter, Corridos as Pedagogy.

El Corrido Mexicano: an Exploratory Comparative Educational Study on Popular Song.@  Conference for the American Educational Studies Association; Pittsburgh, Penn.