Perspectives from the Puerto Rican faculty training project. by John Longres

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Published by Council on Social Work Education in New York .

Written in English

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  • United States.

Subjects:

  • Social work education -- United States.,
  • Social work education -- Curricula.,
  • Puerto Ricans -- United States.

Edition Notes

Erratum slip inserted.

Book details

ContributionsCouncil on Social Work Education.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHV11 .L59
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 64 p.
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5432386M
LC Control Number73079487

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The intent of this report on the Puerto Rican Faculty Development Project is to describe a dynamic, meaningful experience. A group of 25 Puerto Rican social work professionals met under the guidance of leading social work faculty with the objective of preparing themselves for full participation as social work faculty.

Although the population of Puerto Ricans on the continent in was. Faculty who are teaching When I Was Puerto Rican have access to two different resources for this book. First, we encourage you to make use of this section of the web site with teaching ideas. You will find resources here for teaching Santiago chronologically, as the book progresses, or thematically, based on the global themes introduced throughout the text.

The Puerto Rican Study, –, A Report on the Education and Adjustment of Puerto Rican Pupils in the Public Schools of the City of New York (New York, Board of Education, ), 2. [3] Luis Fuente, “The Struggle for Local Political Control,” in Clara E.

Rodríguez and V. Sánchez Korrol, eds., Historical Perspectives on Puerto Rican. Puerto Rican Diaspora Project Puerto Rico Comisión See the book publication, "Adiós, Borinquen querida": The Puerto Rican Diaspora, its History and Contributions.

Gender Studies in Global Perspective This graduate student training program was funded by a Ford Foundation grant and ran from “Puerto Rican” or “Cuban.” My experiences in the southwest were a different matter altogether.

During my time in Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado, local residents—regardless of their respective heritages—commonly assumed I. PERSPECTIVES: AN OPEN INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGYFile Size: 1MB. A Puerto Rican Decolonial Theology: Prophesy Freedom (Perspectivas Book Review) October 8th, Yara González-Justiniano, a doctoral Perspectives from the Puerto Rican faculty training project.

book in Practical Theology at BU School of Theology, recently reviewed A Puerto Rican Decolonial Theology: Prophesy Freedom, by. But then, she happened upon images of her family members in unlikely places — a Perspectives from the Puerto Rican faculty training project. book in a documentary project on the Puerto Rican diaspora and a film about a famous fire in Hoboken.

She describes the book as a “scholarly” and “personally inflected” project to “look at the ways Black Puerto Ricans emerge in other things that are not. There are 2 copies of the book on Reserve and 2 copies at the Library of the Centro for Puerto Rican Studies (Third Floor).

Virginia E. Sanchez-Korrol. From Colonia to Community: The History of Puerto Ricans in New York City. The Distinguished Writers Series at Hunter College welcomed Major Jackson for a discussion of his book of poetry, "The Absurd Man". Octo Politics, Partisanship, and the Elections: Fresh Perspectives.

Yomaira Figueroa works on 20th century U.S. Latinx Caribbean, Afro-Latinx, and Afro-Hispanic literature and current book project, Decolonizing Diasporas: Radical Mappings of Afro-Atlantic Literature, focuses on diasporic and exilic Puerto Rican, Cuban, Dominican, and Equatoguinean texts in with critical attention to decolonial thought, women of color feminisms, and.

The books and pamphlets in the collection were written by highly educated men of European descent whose perspectives inevitably differed from the viewpoints of the majority of Puerto Ricans. The lower socio-economic strata of Puerto Rican society, including individuals of African descent, are either neglected or viewed through paternalistic lenses.

Puerto Rican studies was created as an interdisciplinary field dedicated to the study and critical analysis of the Puerto Rican experience in the United States and in the Puerto Rican archipelago. Students and faculty aimed to develop a more emancipatory curriculum that would expose and counter the racist ideas about Puerto Ricans that were.

A University of Puerto Rico alum, Beltrán Álvarez sought to create an independent space to investigate and debate new perspectives about Puerto Rican affairs and what is considered puertorriqueño or Boricua more broadly.

Estudios Críticos Puertorriqueños. An ambitious project: The text on each vibrant, double-page collage, arranged vertically, intersperses the near-extinction and slow comeback of the Puerto Rican parrot with over 2, years of human history.

“Above the treetops of Puerto Rico flies a flock of parrots as green as their island home.[T]hey nearly vanished from the earth forever.

Book. Locked In, Locked Out: Gated Communities in a Puerto Rican City (University of Pennsylvania Press: ) Articles. “Where Rights Begin and End: Community and Democracy behind Puerto Rico’s Gated Communities” Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography.

33 (2): –   The Puerto Rican experience, in particular, illustrates the need to properly plan for and respond to disaster, and the dangers of not doing so. The Hub’s Director, Dr. Fernando Rivera, is connected to a wide, multi-disciplinary network of experts who have examined all aspects of the Puerto Rican.

Rapp, Doreen Rivera, "A Narrative Study of Perspectives of Puerto Rican Doctoral Graduates" ().Graduate Theses and Dissertations. Faculty Status Privilege and Faculty Support Angelica‟s Survival Tactics Angelica‟s Advice to Others Summary: Angelica El Centro, the Center for Puerto Rican Studies or Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños, is a university-based research institute whose mission is to produce, facilitate, and disseminate interdisciplinary research about the experiences of Puerto Ricans in the U.S.

and to collect, preserve, and provide access to archival and library resources documenting the history and culture of Puerto Ricans. Please join the Puerto Rico Syllabus this Friday, October 23rd for “ Digital Puerto Rican Studies: Social Scholarship, Mapping, and Archives,” a virtual event and discussion sponsored by LASA-Puerto Rico.

Register below. This event represents the launch of the new website for The Puerto Rico Syllabus, a digital resource for critical thinking and teaching about the Puerto Rican Debt Crisis.

The University of California, Davis, may become an academic harbor where some Puerto Rican scholars continue their research in the wake of the devastation Hurricane Maria wrought on their island. About faculty members and others have expressed their willingness to host displaced graduate students and faculty from the University of Puerto Rico for the fall, winter and/or spring quarters.

Academic Office Location: Public Health Sciences UConn Health Farmington Avenue Farmington, CT Phone: For the last few weeks, Puerto Rico’s streets have seen protesters for and against the incorporation of ‘perspectivas de género’ or gender perspectives in the public schools’ curriculum.

Proponents say the curriculum would help promote gender equity and prevent domestic violence as well as gender stereotyping in the island where last. She has written five books and many articles on issues ranging from depictions of public images of Latinos, marketing to Latinos, cultural politics in Puerto Rico, and Latinization of the United States.

Her research focuses on race and ethnicity, media studies, and Puerto Rican national identities. She is a professor at New York University. Fernando Picó, S.J., GSAS ’66, a leading Puerto Rican social historian of his time and a pioneer of Latino studies at Fordham, passed away on June 27 at the age of “He revolutionized Puerto Rican historiography by taking into account the perspectives of those who lived and experienced the world, as he was wontRead More.

Ruth Santiago is an environmental and community lawyer who lives and works in Salinas, Puerto is the recipient of the Sierra Club’s Robert Bullard Environmental Justice Award. Santiago serves on the Earthjustice Board of Trustees and co-authored “¡Ustedes tienen que limpiar las cenizas e irse de Puerto Rico para siempre!”: la lucha por la justicia ambiental, climática y.

] Coordinator for the Caribbean of CEHILA: Comisión de Estudios de Historia de la Iglesia de América Latina, CEHILA is a project of Latino American historians, related to Theology of Liberation, established to produce a 12 volume history of the Church from the perspective of Latin America with a focus on social justice.

Books. Curanderismo: The Art of Traditional Medicine without Borders presents a way of studying humanity, where one can recognize and connect with the entire global family.

In this text, the primary sources described come from the Mexican indigenous traditions and from Spain, including its North African heritage. The primary goals of Curanderismo are to: guide the reader toward an. Each week, two distinguished professors, one from Harvard and one from Puerto Rico or the diaspora, will co-teach a seminar on a topic related to the theme, this year, that of transnational culture.

Seminar participants will include faculty from Harvard and Puerto Rican institutions. Latin American History: *Puerto Rican Culture: *Puerto Ricans: Teaching Guides. This is a manual for trainers in the Puerto Rican. history and culture training program which helps to prepare drug abuse workers for dealing with the Puerto Rican community.

A generkl. structural and procedural overview of the training program begins the manual. In her book "Puerto Ricans in the Empire" Levy describes how small-scale, politically involved, independent landowners grew most of the tobacco in Puerto Rico during the military and civilian occupation of the island.

Levy is also an Associate Professor in the "Latin American and Puerto Rican Studies" faculty of Lehman College. She teaches. Sara Awartani is a Global American Studies Postdoctoral Fellow at the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History.

An interdisciplinary U.S. social movement historian, her research, publications, and teaching interrogate twentieth-century Latinx and Arab American radicalism, interracial solidarities, policing, and American global power.

Critical Studies of Latinos/as in the Americas Book Series. New York: Peter Lang. Publications Under Review. Martínez-Roldán, C., & Quiñones, S. (in review) Resisting Erasure and Developing Networks of Solidarity: Testimonios of two Puerto Rican scholars in the academy.

Submitted to the Journal of Language, Identity, and Education. Puerto Rican Folktales (2Leaf Press, ). Puerto Rican Folktales is the first offering in nearly 50 years of traditional oral Puerto Rican folktales and legends presented in book form.

Sánchez González researched these colonial stories for both children and adults and has provided updated versions from a contemporary perspective with the beauty, humor, and urgent honesty they deserve.

Throughout the course of the school year several members and contributors to the book ¡Ciencia Boricua. ensayos y anécdotas del científico puertorro came together to offer professional workshops for teachers of grades K on how to use the book as a complementary tool to contextualize and enhance the science curriculum in Puerto Rican classrooms.

“Acculturation Profiles of Central Florida Puerto Ricans: Examining the Influence of Skin Color, Perceived Ethnic-Racial Discrimination, and Neighborhood Ethnic-Racial Composition” “A caballo regalao no se le mira el colmillo: Colonial mentality and Puerto Rican depression”.

Jose Atiles is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Criminology, Law and Society at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Prior to his arrival at Illinois, Dr. Atiles was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Legal Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst (), faculty member at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez (), and Researcher at the Center for Social.

My first book, Negotiating Empire: The Cultural Politics of Schools in Puerto Rico, (), is a history of colonial education, local teachers, and Americanization policies in Puerto Rico. Through the perspective of Puerto Rican teachers, I explore resistance to Americanization ideologies and practices in the island’s colonial.

Puerto Rican colonial dilemma throughout the twentieth century, seen through the prism of recent events in Vieques. This double function of the book can be considered both an asset and a drawback, depending on the perspective of the reader.

To those more familiar with the Puerto Rican situation, the book can come across as a bit longwinded. The Teaching Induction Project of the Faculty of Education, University of Puerto Rico, convened an enthusiastic group of alumni and future teachers to join the Joy for Children Project proposed by Representant Denis Márquez and the community work at the Recovery Support Center (“Stop & Go Emergency Center”) located in the José Barbosa.

holding the Management and Leadership Training Conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico. This year’s conference will offer a unique opportunity to hear from the Puerto Rico network on how they’re embodying Community Action’s spirit of hope by connecting Puerto Rican Americans to greater opportunity, providing emergency relief, and.

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Her collaborative effort with the Center for Latino Research yielded over 36 interviews with prominent Puerto Rican Chicagoans. Each interviewee shares an authentic account of life as a Puerto Rican in Chicago during the second half of the twentieth century.Writing Of(f) the Hyphen: Critical Perspectives on the Literature of the Puerto Rican Diaspora, eds.

Jose L. Torres-Padilla and Carmen H. Rivera. Seattle: University of Washington Press,pp.

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