CSU Council on Ethnic Studies
CoES is honored to be the host campus for the California State University Ethnic Studies Council, an alliance of all ethnic studies-focussed departments, programs and faculty across our 23 campuses.
The Council is a collaborative forum for addressing the varied needs on each campus – both those with fully established departments as well as those in the process of developing new ethnic studies programs and curricula. Membership is available to all CSU faculty currently teaching in the field ethnic studies.
Between the twice-annual meetings, Council business is coordinated by a Steering Committee, currently comprised of the following faculty:
|Melina Abdullah||Los Angeles|
|Teresa Carrillo||San Francisco|
|Linda Espana Maram||Long Beach|
|Maulana Karenga||Long Beach|
|Kenneth Monteiro, Coordinator||San Francisco|
|Marcos Pizarro||San Jose|
|Craig Stone||Long Beach|
The Council's next meeting will be in San Francisco in October, 2019, coinciding with the 4-day CoES 50th Anniversary event. This meeting will include presentations on the current state and future direction of ethnic studies in CSU, using the CSU Task Force Report on the Advancement of Ethnic Studies as its reference point. Registration for the meeting will be available by the end of summer.
For further information on the Council, please contact Miguel Casuso, administrative coordinator.