- Latina and Latino HistoryUCLA and University of California HistoryUCLA Research Centers and Programs
- 3.75 hrs.
- Series Statement:
- These interviews document the rise of Chicano studies at UCLA and the founding of the Chicano Studies Research Center. Interviewees were involved in Chicano studies in the late 1960s and early ‘70s as students, faculty, or staff.
- Biographical Note:
- University of Southern California professor of English. Editor of the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center’s journal, Aztlan. As a student at UCLA, was involved in the Chicano student movement on campus and the drive for the establishment of the research center.