Submissions from 2019


Student Movements in the United States and Mexico: A Testimony, Roberto M. De Anda

Submissions from 2018


Curator Talk: Hector Hernandez - November 2, 2018, Portland Art Museum, Curator, Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead), Hector Hernandez

Submissions from 2017


Reading Latinx and LGBTQ+ Perspectives: Maya Christina Gonzalez and Equity Minded Models at Play, Elena Avilés


The Trials of Displacement: Transnationalism and Interdisciplinary Feminisms in Demetria Martínez’s The Block Captain’s Daughter, Elena Avilés


Artist Talk: Hector Hernandez - September 14, 2017, Portland Art Museum, Hector Hernandez


Woodburn's New Mural Showcases City's Diversity And History, Hector Hernandez and Bradley W. Parks

Submissions from 2016

Alfredo Reyes López: A Bracero Narrative Nearly 100 Years in the Making, Elena Avilés

Heterotopia: Re-imagined Communities and Barrios Borderlands, Elena Avilés

Review of Making Aztlán: Ideology and Culture of the Chicana and Chicano Movement, 1966-1977, Roberto M. De Anda


Art for Everyone, Laura Mack, Hector Hernandez, and Chemeketa Art Faculty

Submissions from 2013


Trans-Americanity: Subaltern Modernities, Global Coloniality, and the Cultures of Greater Mexico, by José David Saldívar, Elena Avilés


Proyecto Interconexiones: A Pilot Test of a Community-Based Depression Care Program for Latina Violence Survivors, Christina Nicolaidis, Angie Mejia, Marlen Perez, Anabertha Alvarado, Rosemary Celaya-Alston, Yolanda Quintero, and Raquel Aguillon

Submissions from 2012


Beyond Race Cards in America's Pastime: An Appreciative Reply to Findlay and Santos, Robert Muñoz