Posts Tagged ‘hunter’

Call for Papers -Deadline for submission: 15 February 2008!

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
February 2, 2008
9:25 pm

8th Conference – Puerto Rican Studies Association
8va Conferencia – Asociación de Estudios Puertorriqueños

October 1-4

Centro de Estudios Avanzados de Puerto Rico y el Caribe
San Juan, Puerto Rico

Program Committee
Chair: Elizabeth Crespo-Kebler (crespokebler@caribe.net)

Members:
Luis Aponte-Parés (Luis.Aponte@umb.edu)
Gladys M. Jiménez-Muñoz (gjimenez@binghamton.edu)
Anthony De Jesus (tdejesus@hunter.cuny.edu)
Myrna García Calderón (mygarcia@syr.edu)
Frederic W. Gleach (fwg1@cornell.edu)
Jorge Duany (jduany@coqui.net)
Carmen Haydeé Rivera (chrivera@coqui.net)
Carmen Milagros Concepción (cmconcepcion@uprrp.edu)
Alice Colón-Warren (colonal@coqui.net)

LATINAS IN THE MEDIA

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
March 26, 2008
6:30 pm

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IN HONOR OF WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH

THE LATINO HONOR SOCIETY
AND THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT GOVERNMENT OF HUNTER COLLEGE

CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO THE 2ND ANNUAL

LATINAS IN THE MEDIA

MARCH 26, WEDNESDAY, THOMAS HUNTER HALL Room #105, 6:30 PM

FABULOUS LATINA WOMEN IN MEDIA SHARE THEIR SUCCESS STORIES!

“LATINAS IN THE MEDIA’ is meant to provide students the opportunity to hear from and speak with Latina women who have gained success in the media industry and to celebrate their accomplishments not just as women and as members of the Latino community, but as professionals .It is essential at a time in history when our quality of life is so greatly affected by the media and when such a small percentage of the media is produced or controlled by minorities and/or females.

REFRESHMENTS AND SNACKS WILL BE PROVIDED. THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

Please forward to anyone in your networks who may be interested in attending. Thank you.
The Latino Honor Society has been in existence at Hunter College since 1990. Founded to recognize the efforts and achievements of Latino students at Hunter College, and to encourage their growth and development as they seek to further pursue their careers, LHS also functions as a network for Latino students. We work to help members gain information and create alliances within and outside of Hunter, while striving towards academic excellence.

William Cepeda’s Puerto Rican Music Roots & Beyond

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
August 9, 2008
8:00 pm

La Casa de la Herencia Cultural Puertorriqueña, Inc.
In collaboration with
Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños at Hunter College
Presents
William Cepeda’s Puerto Rican Music Roots & Beyond
“La Danza en Dos Tiempos”

Traditional and Contemporary Danza Music

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La Danzante & Bronx Arts Ensemble, Pedro Rivera Toledo, Musical Director
with special guests
Carlos Aponte, tenor & Thelma Ithier Sterling, soprano
and
William Cepeda AfroRican Jazz, featuring Eric Figueroa

Saturday, August 9, 8:00pm

Heckscher Theater at El Museo del Barrio

1230 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10029
(104th Street Entrance, between Fifth & Madison avenues)

General Admission $15.00; Seniors/Students $10.00

Tickets & information: La Casa, 212. 722.2600 or 212.400.8874

CENTRO Calendar of Events- Fall 2008

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
September 18, 2008
6:30 pm

September 18, 2008

Playing America’s Game

A roundtable discussion of Latinos in baseball focused on historical and
contemporary issues about race, place, and identity for Afro-Latinos with Prof.
Adrian Burgos, University of Illinois and Bernardo Ruiz from Quiet Pictures and
winner of the 2008 NCLR ALMA Award(R) for Outstanding Made-for-Television
Documentary on Roberto Clemente
6:30-8:00 pm
Faculty Dining Room- Hunter College West Building 8th Floor

September 25, 2008
Welcoming Event: In pursuit of Puerto Rican Studies
New Centro Director Edwin Meléndez opens a community dialogue about the current
challenges and opportunities in Puerto Rican Studies and shares his vision on
Centro’s role in the process.
6:00pm
Lang Theater- Hunter College North Building 4th Floor

October 16, 2008
Book Presentation: (in Spanish)
Mirada de Doble Filo con Ana Lydia Vega and Magali Garcia Ramis
Moderador: Pedro Lopez Adorno, Hunter College

Un libro de ensayos con temas tan variados como los huracanes, la guerra, el
reguetón, las elecciones, el matrimonio gay, la violencia doméstica, las fiestas
criollas, los desastres ambientales, los símbolos nacionales, y hasta los ritos
fúnebres de la sociedad puertorriqueña contemporánea.

Faculty Dining Room- Hunter College West Building 8th Floor
6:30-8:00 pm Co-Auspiciado por Editorial UPR

www.centropr.org

CUNY PUERTO RICAN FACULTY RECRUITMENT PROJECT

Wednesday, November 22nd, 2006

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Dear Colleague:

The CUNY Puerto Rican Faculty Recruitment Project has been established
to help attract Puerto Rican/Latina(o) faculty to the City University of New York (CUNY) system. Its two primary activities include:

  • Conducting outreach and recruitment activities to attract outstanding candidates for faculty positions in all disciplines at CUNY; and
  • Working with CUNY colleges to connect highly qualified candidates with positions open within the CUNY system.

Attached please find some recently advertised positions at CUNY.
Interested persons should consult the job listings on the CUNY Web site at www.cuny.edu for further information and a complete listing of CUNY. Potential candidates should apply directly to positions as announced by CUNY, not to the Project.

However, the Project would appreciate knowing about any persons applying to or interested in CUNY to track our outreach and recruitment progress. For this purpose, CVs may be sent to the Project by e-mail to jmorin@hunter.cuny.edu.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Sincerely,

Prof. José Luis Morín
Interim Director
CUNY Puerto Rican Faculty Recruitment Project
c/o Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor & University Provost
535 East 80th Street
New York, NY 10021
Tel.: (212) 772-5715
jmorin@hunter.cuny.edu