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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

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Call for Submissions

The Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy

The Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy (HJHP)invites established and emerging scholars, including researchers, journalists, artists and/or policy practitioners, to submit their work to HJHP’s 30th Anniversary Special Edition publication.
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Special Project
Research assistant needed

19th Century Puerto Rican political exiles and revolutionaries in New York City.
Click here for job description.

Paperbacks Available for Purchase at the Centro Store

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  • To buy the e-book
    version of
    Soy Gilberto Gerena Valentín
    e-book version
    Kindle edition

    Centro at the Smithsonian Next Week

    The Center for Puerto Rican Studies (CENTRO) in partnership with the Smithsonian Latino Center and the National Conference of Puerto Rican Women (NACOPRW) invites you to the conference “New Perspective on the Puerto Rican Migration”. The conference will take place on Thursday, September 3rd, 2015, at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington D.C. The conference will feature Dr. Edwin Meléndez, Director of The Center for Puerto Rican Studies and Dr. Emma Amador, Assistant Professor of History at Goucher College and former Centro Dissertation Fellow.

    Dr. Meléndez will engage in a discussion on the current trends of migration of Puerto Ricans to the United States, specifically, the demographic and socio-economic profile of the Puerto Ricans living stateside, based on the findings of the book “Puerto Ricans at the Dawn of the New Millennium”. Dr. Emma Amador will touch upon the experience of women in historic and contemporary Puerto Rican migrations, based on the findings of her research.

    The event will be live streamed, and ASL interpretation will be provided.

    For more information, click here

    Mark your calendars: Citizenship Symposium

    In anticipation of the centennial of the enactment of the 1917 Jones Act, the Center for Puerto Rican Studies (CENTRO) is holding a symposium examining the history and legacy of the collective naturalization of Puerto Ricans as United States citizens. The collective naturalization provision of the Jones Act not only departed from all prior precedents, but also established a new precedent for the extension of citizenship to annexed territories. The symposium will be held October 15-16, 2015 at Hunter College.

    More information and conference program will be posted in the upcoming weeks. Save the date!

    Job Opportunities at Centro

    The Center for Puerto Rican Studies is pleased to announce available new part time positions. Please click on the job titles below for full description and requirements.

    Junior Research Assistant (Statistics/Econometrics)
    GIS Data Center Assistant
    Oral History Researchers
    Centro Research Aides (part time -several slots)
    Junior Computer and Network Technician
    Administrative College Assistant
    Communications College Assistant
    Staff Writer

    Keep yourself informed with CENTRO Journal

    The Center for Puerto Rican Studies and the editorial staff of CENTRO: Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies are pleased to announce our Spring 2015 issue, which marks the beginning of our 27th year of publication.
    Following our Fall 2014 issue, which commemorated Julia de Burgos, we’re pleased to feature an interdisciplinary collection of articles in 2015, covering a range of topics including the intersection of the Young Lords’ style and politics, the role of Puerto Ricans in the Civil Rights Movement, and the use of “authenticity” as a marketing tool.
    A yearly subscription, which includes both the Spring and Fall issues, is just $25.
    You can subscribe, as well as order individual issues or back-issues of the Journal, here.

  • For more information Click Here

  • Homar: Art Binding Ties from
    Puerto Rico to NYC

    Centro proudly presents this exhibit highlighting artist Lorenzo Homar’s legacy within the art world. The showcase exhibit Homar: Art Binding Ties from Puerto Rico to NYC features selected artwork acquired through donations made to the archives. Also available for public viewing: an interview with Homar conducted by the Centro Oral History staff in 1983 as well as other documents from our Archives.

    The exhibit runs from May 14 to September 30, 2015.

  • For more information Click Here

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