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Mexican American Studies

4th Annual Cultural Afromestizaje Symposium and Concert

Mexican American Studies

Mexican American Studies

4th Annual Cultural Afromestizaje Symposium and Concert

Mexican American Studies

Mexican American Studies

MAS Symposium: Decolonial Epistemologies

Mexican American Studies

Mexican American Studies

Faculty and students researching and planning



Mexican American Studies Teachers' Academy

Mexican American Studies Program at UTSA sponsors a Mexican American Studies Teachers' Academy annually during the summer months for secondary teachers in the South Texas region to learn how to integrate the Mexican American experience for Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills in social studies, as well as meet the specific content area for Mexican American Studies as a special topics course. 



The Academy engages teachers in intellectually oriented readings, workshops, and discussions to increase content knowledge and pedagogical skills regarding Mexican American Studies. The Academy will include a special tour of the ITC to explore classroom resources inspired by ITC's newest exhibit  Los Tejanos. The Mexican American Studies Teachers' Academy provides professional development hours/credit.



Watch the link here to can learn more about the Academy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdCigcc71gA&feature=youtu.be



Episode 113: Building Up Mexican American Studies with Lilliana Saldaña and Vanessa Sandoval

(April 25, 2019) In this podcast Dr. Lilliana Saldaña and Vanessa Sandoval discuss efforts to create a Mexican American Studies course approved by the Texas State Board of Education with Dan Daniel G. Krutka, Assistant Professor of Social Studies Education at UNT.



For more information or to register,  email mas.ssacademy@gmail.com.