Gilbert G. Gonzalez Graduate Student Paper Prize
The Gilbert G. Gonzalez Graduate Student Paper Prize is awarded every spring to the
best research paper written by a graduate student who is enrolled in the Graduate
Emphasis or has taken the CHC/LAT 200A graduate seminar or is recommended by a Chic
Lat faculty adviser. To read more about Gilbert G. Gonzalez’s importance to Chicano/Latino
Studies, and if you want to view the documentary Harvest of Empire please click here.
- Maria Carina Saiidi Padilla, "El español importa: Pedagogical Practices to Make Spanish Language Programs Meaningful
and Practical for Heritage Speakers"
- Giovanna Alcantar Rebollar, "Where is the love? Towards a Pedagogy of Remembrance"
- Jessica Lynn Torres Baker, "Victimized-Crimminalized Subjectivity: Exploring Legal Consciousness Through the Lens of the U-Visa"
- Linda Esmeralda Sanchez Ovalle, "Facing COVID-19 as an Undocumented Essential Worker"
- Brian Flores, “Y Nosotros Vivimos Aquí en la Frontera”: Modes of Framing Latina/o Identity in the
Autobiographies of José Policarpo Rodriguez and Santiago Tafolla”
- Deyanira Martinez Nevárez and Maria Rendón, “Los Olvidados/The Forgotten: Reconceptualizing Colonias as Viable Communities”
- Martha Arhemi Morales, “I Try not to Things About it: Gender and Illegality in the Coping Process of Unodocumented
Vanessa Delgado, “Legal Brokers: Navigating Illegality through Undocumented Resource Networks”
Daniel Millán, “Undocumented and Distracted: How Immigration Laws Shape the Academic Experiences of Undocumented College Students”