Revista N'oj and Podcast Editor
Abraham Ramirez is a PhD. Candidate in the Department of Ethnic Studies and the Program in Critical Theory. Abraham is interested in questions regarding migration, social movements, phenomenology, epistemology, and in general, the philosophy of race. His dissertation research examines the work of W.E.B Du Bois, Frantz Fanon and bell hooks. His current and future research includes a comparative analysis of immigrant-rights activism in the United States and Spain and a study of the political project of ethnic studies since the 1960s. Abraham is a Chancellor’s Public Fellow with the American Cultures Engaged Scholarship (ACES), former graduate research fellow at the Center for Latino Policy Research (CLPR), the LRC’s previous iteration, and currently an active member of the Decolonial Knowledges new research initiative team. Abraham is also the founding editor of the digital Revista N’oj and head editor of all media published at the LRC.
B.A. student, UC Berkeley
Daniel Marquez, a Political Economy major and member of the Decolonial Knowledges new research initiative, also heads the LRC’s podcast team, and is an administrative assistant at the LRC. Other members of the podcast team include Stephanie Gutíerrez Ríos and Nikki Ubinas.
Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program
The LRC works with Work-Study Interns and Undergraduate Research Apprentices in various capacities. WS interns and URA’s have assisted with research for and the production of art exhibitions, podcasts, documentary filming of lectures and exhibitions, website redesign and maintenance, writing and editing of our multimedia publications, and learned to organize and co-host various kinds of programs. They are part of all our new research initiatives. While it is our goal to provide experience, opportunities, and other forms of support to our undergraduate student team, our students are a cherished and invaluable part of the Latinx Research Center.
The Latinx Research Center houses allied organizations and offers shared office and meeting space to the following organizations:
Alianza Latinx Staff Association
The Chicana/o Studies Program
Latinx Faculty Association