Stephanie Breen, Ph.D. Student Affairs concentration, University of Maryland, College Park Chair: Anselma Rodríguez, Graduate Center for Worker Education, Brooklyn College, CUNY   Angela J. Badamo, Judge, New York City’s Criminal Court, New York County Pauline Kulstad-González, Archeologist, Leiden University Ph.D., Independent Scholar “Un museo para el reconocimiento y la construcción de identidades” In 2019, Hostos was ranked by Stacker as the best community college in New York State. Megan Myers, Associate Professor of Spanish, Iowa State University Professor Meyer, the author of Vito Marcantonio: Radical Politician, 1902-1954 (SUNY Press), has also written almost forty articles and reviews, and is as well the editor of two anthologies. However, if you need access to the buildings during our regular business hours please contact Public Safety at campusvisit@hostos.cuny.edu.For College-wide updates, please review the SAFE CAMPUS page to learn what reopening means for Hostos. Candidate, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island “La diáspora china: migración transnacional china y adaptación en la República Dominicana.” Edward de Jesus, Senior Researcher, The City College of New York, CUNY Successful completion of the Student Online Learning Readiness course is required prior to being able to register for hybrid or “The Afterlives of Slavery in Santo Domingo: African American Women in the Fugitive Montes of the Dominican Republic and Haiti” “Dominican Hair Salons: Implications for an Ethnic Identity-Inflected Clinical Practice” Trustee Mayra Linares, City University of New York Board of Trustees https://www.niche.com/colleges/cuny-hostos-community-college/reviews “La diáspora china: migración transnacional china y adaptación en la República Dominicana” “Las bellezas naturales del Caribe: Balaguer, Tourism, and the Dominican Pageant Queen” Franklin Gutiérrez, World Languages, Literatures, and Humanities, York College, CUNY For College-wide updates, please review the SAFE CAMPUS page to learn what reopening means for Hostos. Narcisa Núñez, Ph.D. Student, Latin Am., Caribbean, and Latino Studies, SUNY Albany Roland Alum, Research Associate, Center for Latin American Studies, University of Pittsburgh Associate Dean Ana García Reyes, Hostos Community College, CUNY Luis Álvarez, Profesor Investigador, Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra Moderator: Mercedes Fernández-Asenjo, Romance Languages, SUNY, Binghamton U, NY Lauren W. Hammond, Assistant Professor of History, Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois Hostos is named after Eugenio María de Hostos. “Afros, Rizos, y Pajones: Natural Hair and Articulations of Dominican Blackness” Presenters: Leiv Marsteintredet, Comparative Politics, University of Bergen, Norway Chair: Ana-Maurine Lara, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR See the admission requirements for CUNY Hostos Community College. Bianka Perez, Judge, New York City’s Civil Court in Bronx County “Black Consciousness Raising through Social Media from the U.S. to the Dominican Republic” “Dominican Studies Virtual & Civically Engaged Scholarship: Caribbean Studies Network” We invite you to join the thousands of others who have enjoyed the caring, family-like atmosphere and academic excellence that have made Hostos unique among community colleges. Presenters: “Escuela rural y encuadramiento social del campesinado durante el trujillato, 1930-1940” Presenters: Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/88985181987, Panel 4: Toward a Pan American Poetry: Translating Pedro Mir, Juan Matos, Julia Alvarez and Robert Frost from Spanish into English or Vice Versa Saudi García, Ph.D. Student at New York University Moderator: Ofelia Rodríguez, former Director, Rio II Gallery Rooftop Patio Event Space “Incomplete Elections: Continuities and Disruptions in Dominican Electoral Politics” Moderator: Soldanela Rivera, Director of Communications, Hostos Community College Rhina Espaillat, Poet, Translator, and Poetry Teacher Jonathan Rosa, Center for Comparative Studies of Race and Ethnicity, Stanford University Across all areas of study, CUNY Hostos Community College awarded 1,255 undergraduate degrees in 2018 - 2019 . Presenters: Comisionada de Cultura Dominicana en EUA Lourdes Batista Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/81944863707, Panel 11: Animal Fictions Christina Davidson, Danforth Center on Religion and Politics, Washington U, St. Louis, MO Moderator: Luis Cuneo, High Tech Consultant, Mojavié Inc., Greater New York City area Chair: Néstor Rodríguez, Director, Caribbean Studies Program, University of Toronto, ON “Cultural, represión, e identidad en la dictadura trujillista” Elizabeth Manley, Kellogg Endowed Professor, Department of History, Xavier U of Louisiana Maja Horn, Associate Professor, Spanish and Latin American Cultures, Barnard College “Animals in Dominican Fiction” Hostos Community College has created the Student Online Learning Readiness course, a zero-credit and no-cost course as a pre-requisite for students planning to take a hybrid or asynchronous course, effective Summer 2020. “Visual Representation of Washington Heights: Dominican Culture and Legacy” Poet, playwright, and essayist Scherezada “Chiqui” Vicioso Chair: Elena Valdez, Modern/Classical Languages & Literatures, Christopher Newport U, VA “Your Street Race: A Dominican Studies Curricular Vision to Dismantle Anti-Blackness” Carol Franco Billini, Researcher, Forest Resources/Environmental Conservation, Virginia Tech Yasmiyn Irizarry, Assistant Professor, African/African Diaspora Studies, U of Texas, Austin “Cronistas citadinos de su época: Santo Domingo en los textos de Aurora Arias y Frank Báez” Lauren Derby, Associate Professor, History, University of California, Los Angeles, CA “Preternaturalia: Talking Cows and Other Bêtes Infernales” “Los Doce Años: How Dominicans Remember It” We offer non-credit courses and certificate programs for adults, children and teens on weekday evenings, Saturdays and Sunday. Evelyn Fernández-Ketcham, Ph.D. Nancy López, Sociology, Associate VP Equity and Inclusion, U of New Mexico, Albuquerque Chancellor Félix V. Matos Rodríguez, The City University of New York, New York Moderator: Marleny Sarante, MD, Nasry Michelen Foundation Liberato, Graduate Studies Director, Sociology Department, University of Kentucky Projections for 2022, Download DSA 2020 Conference Program , Your safety is our priority. Presenters: Rachel Afi Quinn, Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies and Cultural Studies, U of Houston Moderator: Ana Ozuna, Black Studies Coordinator, Hostos Community College, CUNY “A Socio-historical Context to Interpret Research on US Dominican Families” “The Formation of Black Studies for Hispaniola, 1960s-1980s” Amber Teresa Domingue, Doctoral Student, Anthropology Department, U of South Carolina Admissions Considerations High School Equivalency program at Hostos Community College. Sonia Bu, Coach Development and Training Specialist, Leadership Academy, New York City Frances Negrón-Muntaner, English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University Roxana Calderón, poeta y activista cultural “When Term Limits Are Not an Obstacle: Analyzing Term Limits in the Dominican Republic” “Fostering and Adapting DR/US Academic Exchanges in the Face of COVID19” Solhanlle Bonilla Duarte, Basic Science, Ecology, and Climate Change, INTEC, Santo Domingo Chair: Seth Jacobowitz, Senior Research Associate, CUNY Dominican Studies Institute Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/83599060270, Panel 3: Dominican Politics 2020: Continuity and Change “La negritud clandestina: Carmen Natalia Martínez Bonilla’s El hombre tras las rejas” “Emerging Trends in the Ritual/Spiritual Kinship of Compadrazgo in the Dominican Republic” Pauline Kulstad-González, Archeologist, Independent Scholar Presenters: James DeFilippis, Planning and Public Policy, State University of New Jersey, N. Brunswick Sabrina A. Méndez-Escobar, Education Department, Harry S. Truman College, Chicago, IL Presenters: Presenters: Ryan Mann-Hamilton, Department of Social Science, LaGuardia Community College, CUNY Located in Hostos Community College, we aim to increase the number of historically underrepresented and economically disadvantaged students pursuing careers. Scherezade García, Visual Artist, Co-founder of the Dominican York Proyecto/Gráfica Pathways Degree Programs of Study Hostos Community College offers a wide array of Associate Degrees and Certificate Programs for its students. Student-Parents of Toddlers & Preschoolers pay the same rate at Hostos Children's Center. Moderator: Inmaculada Lara Bonilla, Humanities, Hostos Community College, CUNY CUNY Hostos Community College is a Public, 2-4 years school located in Bronx, New York. Olga Nedvyga, Assistant Professor, Literature and Languages, Université de Montréal, Québec Moderator: Norma Fuentes-Mayorga, Sociology/Latin American-Latina/o Studies, City College Presenters: As of December 31, 2018 New York State's Minimum Wage will increase to $15.00. Hostos Community College offers certificate programs in many critical fields of study. A large proportion (approximately 60 percent) of the student population is Hispanic, thus many of the courses at Hostos are offered in Spanish, and the college also provides extensive English and ESL instruction to students. Curriculum requirements ensure that graduates of Eugenio María de Hostos Community College have the preparation necessary to succeed in a diverse and changing work environment and develop as R. Victoriano-Martínez, French, Hispanic & Italian Studies, U of British Columbia, Vancouver Chair: Luis Álvarez, Centro de Estudios Caribeños, Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/86750066648, Panel 17: La flor en un campo de cizañas: Resisting Social Control in los Doce Años Part 1 High School Equivalency classes are available to prepare you to take and pass the New York State high school equivalency exam – the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC). Young Adult Borough Centers (YABCs) are evening academic programs designed for high school students who are behind in credit, considering dropping out, … Presenters: Hostos employees are working remotely. “Mistrust in Multispecies Methods: Swimming with Fish and Fishermen in Dominican Waters” Esther Hernández-Medina, Visiting Faculty, Sociology, Pomona College, Claremont, CA Jeovanny Pérez Corcino, Universidad Nacional Pedro Henríquez Ureña, Santo Domingo, DR “Dominicana soy” Elizabeth Gansen, Assistant Professor of Spanish, Grand Valley State University, Michigan “Water Cows & Land Fish: Representation in Fernández de Oviedo’s Historia (1535)” Curriculum A.S. in Food Studies. Moderator: Nancy Kang, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada Edward Paulino, Associate Professor of Global History, John Jay College, CUNY “Killer Pandemics: Diabetes and COVID-19 Crisis” Candidate, Caribbean/Latino Literature, University of Connecticut Yudi Lewis, Program Director, Latino Initiative, Utah Valley University, Orem, Utah Aris Clemons, Ph.D. Professor of History at Hostos Community College (CUNY) and a Visiting Professor at Queens College. ASAP is a comprehensive program designed to help motivated community college students earn their degrees as quickly as possible, with a goal of graduating at least 50% of students within three years. Individual courses may be selected by students not planning to complete a Certificate Program. Michael Grattan. Krystale Tremblay, Ph.D. Student, Centre for Comparative Literature, University of Toronto “Sirens, Seduction and Sea Anemones: Tourism in Mayra Santos-Febres and Rita Indiana” Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/84343729737, Virtual toast, Directory of DSA2020 Virtually@hostos participants sent to all. Panel 1: Importancia de los ecosistemas transfronterizos y socio-ecológicos Hostos Community College offers the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Electrical Engineering Science as a jointly registered, dual admission program with the existing Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering (B.E./E.E.) Presenters: Chair: Lisa Paravisini, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York • Students must achieve a GPA of 3.0 or higher in order to enter the AAS RN Program with a B- in ENG 110, BIO 230, 240, 310 and CHE 105, MATH 120. Rocío Billini Franco, Director, Academic Exchange, Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo María de los Ángeles Méndez Roso, Poet and Prose Writer     Presenters: Moderator: Ana García Reyes, Associate Dean, Hostos Community College, CUNY Currently, the college serves over 6500 students and there are many associate ’s degree programs and a few certificate programs for students to take part in.  Raj Chetty, English Department, St. John’s University, New York Generally, WAC/RAC programs share the philosophy that writing and reading instruction should happen across the academic community and throughout a student’s undergraduate education. “Muerte, cultura funeraria, entierros masivos y dolientes ausentes en la pandemia” Jacqueline Jiménez-Polanco, Bronx Community College, CUNY Dagoberto Tejeda Ortíz, Social Science and Folklore, Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo “We Choose Freedom’: Documenting African American Presence in the Dominican Republic” Convener: Sarah Aponte, Chief Librarian, CUNY Dominican Studies Institute at City College Please take some time to stop by the following breakout rooms: Panel 8: Spatial Negotiations and Contemporary Dominican Letters Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/83304676854, Panel 34: Ethnic Studies in the Ivy League: A Roundtable Discussion Presenters: “Distance Learning: Open Source Materials on the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute Website” The Hostos Community College offers a practical nursing certificate program as well as an associate ’s degree in nursing program. “We Want to Be Counted, Too: The Evolution of Dominican Overseas Voting, 2004-2020” “Courtship and Marriage Across three Generations of DR- and US-born Dominican Women” Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/86266936983, Panel 41: Anticanon y fronteras de identidad, cultura y región en República Dominicana Luisa Rollins Castillo, Ph.D. “Los sitios de la memoria: rutas del comercio de esclavos en Santo Domingo” “Las artes en contienda: el Frente Cultural constitucionalista en la Revolución de Abril de 1965” “The Odebrecht Fraud: An Analysis of Corruptive Practices in the PLD Cartel Politics Hostos Community College currently pays $13.00 per hour to students participating in the FWS program. Hostos is named after Eugenio María de Hostos. Presenters: OTHER GRANT INFORMATION. Our daily childcare rate is 72% lower than the average daily market rate for childcare for children ages 2 years old – 5 years old, Outside childcare providers charge parents an average of $16.36 per hour, $33 part-day, $50 daily, & $244 weekly, Hostos Children’s Center maximum daily rate is $14, which is less than the average hourly market rate of $16.36, We accept the Human Resources Administration (HRA) vouchers, We use Child Care Development Block Grant (CCDBG) funds and other funding to further reduce child care fees. Los “Doce Años” Revisited: Rita Indiana Strikes Back Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/89411599271, Panel 37: Roundtable: Transnational Legacies of Chavoneras Ana Made, School Teacher, Public School 75, Bronx, New York Each child must register for a minimum of 6 hours per week. Moderator: Neici Zeller, History Department, William Paterson College, NJ Find out how many students apply and how many are accepted. “From Radio Guarachita to El Tieto eShow: Bachata’s Imagined Communities” “El cambio digital de la educación en la población bilingüe de educación especial” at the City College of New York. Presenters: Presenters: “Climate Change, Health, and Resilience at Community-Level Social Justice” Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) - Hostos Community College Children’s Center, Inc. is a participant of this New York State Department of Health program. Five-Year Project Period: September 30, 2015 - September 29, 2020. Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/83999528446, Panel 2: Internships and Mentoring: Keys to Dominican College Students’ Success Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/81598666521, Panel 6: Language and the Construction of Dominicanidades across Geographic Space Sharina Maillo-Pozo, Spanish and Latinx Studies, University of Georgia, Athens, GA Irma Nicasio, Socióloga, Catedrática jubilada de la Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo  Cira Ángeles, Livery Base Owners Association, New York “Inebriated Honesty: An Analysis of Bilateral Identity in Chiqui Vicioso’s Whish-ky Sour” Eugenio María de Hostos Community College 500 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York 10451 Phone 718-518-4444 Campus Map “In Cultured Company, Decolonizing Dominicanidad via Public Scholarship and Activism” Luis F. Rodríguez, Programas Culturales, Centro Cultural Eduardo León Jimenes, Santiago, DR Sharina Maillo-Pozo, Romance Languages Department, University of Georgia, Athens, GA However, if you need access to the buildings during our regular business hours please contact Public Safety at campusvisit@hostos.cuny.edu . Rita Mella, Judge, Manhattan Surrogate Court Congressman Adriano Espaillat, 13th District, NY Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/87077938810, Panel 7: Forgotten Kinships: African American Emigration to Hispaniola Rosa Iris Diendomi Alvarez, Human Rights Activist, Reconocido, Santo Domingo, DR Rachel Afi Quinn, Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies/Cultural Studies, U of Houston, Texas “Participación política de la mujer en la Cámara de Diputados 1942-2016” For academic year 2019-2020, the tuition & fees are $5,208 for New York residents and $8,088 for other students in average. Dean Kunicki. Stephen Ippolito, University at Albany Ph.D. Student/School of Professional Studies Instructor Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/87530783916, Panel 27: The Politics of Identity Part 1 Type of Organization: Hispanic-Serving Institution Chair: Jacqueline Jiménez-Polanco, Bronx Community College, CUNY Presenters: Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/83371984098, Plenary: Ginnetta Candelario, Sociology/Latin Am.-Latina/o Studies, Smith College, Northampton, MA  Laura Briggs, Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, University of Massachusetts, Amherst “Dominican Grade School Pupils Compared with African American Students in the US” Presenters: Individual courses may be selected by students not planning to complete a certificate program. Ana Féliz, Investigadora, Instituto de Investigación Social para el Desarrollo, Santiago, RD “Trujillo odió a su abuela haitiana aún después de muerta” Each child is scheduled on a consistent basis for the entire semester. “Housing and Dominicans in New York City, Generational and Racial Indicators” We offer non-credit courses and certificate programs for adults, children and teens on weekday evenings, Saturdays and Sunday. “Érase una vez…Reconstrucción de una historia en la zona fronteriza dominicana en el siglo XX” Presenters: Ibeth A. Guzmán, narradora, docente en Letras, Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/88007530332, Panel 24: Legados y anti-legados del trujillismo Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/84949887355, Panel 10: Migración y Nación U.S. Hostos CN program supports students who have not taken ELA and/or have not … “‘La tristeza nos precede’: Poetry and Resistance in the Works of Norberto James Rawlings Carlos Morel, Director, Instituto de Investigación Social para el Desarrollo, Santiago, RD Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/86258202916, Panel 25: Cross-Disciplinary Cultural Production in the Caribbean and its Diaspora Fidel Gomez, Judge, New York City’s Civil Court in Bronx County Presenters: Lina N. Cordero, Sociologist, Events Coordinator, Verania Consulting, Santo Domingo Candidate, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, U of Texas, Austin Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/88266784573, Panel 12: Enhancing Remote Learning: Open Source Materials with Covid-19 and Beyond Carlos Rodríguez, Individuos Unidos por el Respeto y la Armonía (IURA), Santo Domingo, DR “Dominicans In an Urban Community College Say What Makes Them Feel Like an Adult?” Dulcina Abreu, Independent Curator, Artist, and Museum Advocate in Washington D.C. Poet, fiction writer, and essayist Julia Alvarez Amarilis Jacobo, DDS, Private Practice Candidate, Earth and Environmental Studies, CUNY Graduate Center Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/81439860202, Panel 28: The Politics of Identity Part 2 Fior Plasencia, artist and poet Fiordaliza Ippolito, University at Albany Ph.D. Student, Hostos Community College instructor Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/86798675059, Panel 36: Migración e identidad “African Americans and the Emigration Movement to Haiti in the 1820s” Rey Emmanuel Andújar, Spanish Literature, Governors State University, Chicago, Illinois Your safety is our priority. “Borrando a Bosch: Balaguer’s Archaeology in Condemnation of Memory”   “The Politics of History in the DR during the 1970s” Chair: Megan Myers, Iowa State University Presenters: Hostos employees are working remotely. However, if you need access to the buildings during our regular business hours please contact Public Safety at, Eugenio María de Hostos Community College, Tutoring (Hostos Academic Learning Center - HALC), Communications & College Relations Office, Continuing Education & Workforce Development, Student Development and Enrollment Management (SDEM), LSAMP (Louis Stokes Alliance Minority Program), Study Abroad Professional Development Program, Facilities Work Order System (On-Campus Access Only), Public Safety Key Request (On-Campus Access Only), Your child must be 2 years old prior to first day, To reserve your childcare slot, there is a non-refundable registration fee of $50 due at the time of registration. Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/82044178863, Panel 29: Perspectives on the Novel Dominicana by Angie Cruz There are three easy steps to earning a certificate: Presenters: Ochy Curiel, Docente/Investigadora, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Sede Bogotá Juan Alfonseca, Instituto Superior de Ciencias de la Educación del Estado de México Presenters: Lauristely Peña-Solano, poeta, activista cultural y co-fundadora del Proyecto Anticanon en RD Laura Rathe, Directora Técnica, FUNDACION PLENITUD, Santo Domingo, RD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, U of Illinois, Chicago “Narraciones sobre la identidad cultural dominicana: datos y giros discursivos en el siglo XXI” Home: Banner. Bienvenido Fajardo, MD, New York-Presbyterian Hospital Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/81057607824, Panel 9: Institutions, Movements, and Social Projects Kimberly Simmons, Anthropology and African American Studies, University of South Carolina Gaby Comprés, educator and poet Chair: Kyrstin Mallon Andrews, U of California, Irvine The Associate in Science (A.S.) Degree in Food Studies at Hostos Community College consists of 60 credits, which include the following courses: Common Core courses required by the City University of New York; Food Studies core courses; a career practices course; and a required internship. Jeannette Tineo, Psicóloga clínica y doctoranda en Estudios interdisciplinares de género Luis Cuneo, Co-founder and CEO of Mojavié Inc., Greater New York City area “Visión general de la programación del Centro León y su política de inclusión” Lemny Pérez, Clinical Psychologist, the Wright Institute; founder, Pure Lotus Wellness, NYC Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/89599391207, Panel 5: Anthologizing the 1937 Haitian Massacre Lissette Acosta-Corniel, Center for Ethnic Studies, Borough of Manhattan Community College We invite you to join the thousands of others who have enjoyed the caring, family-like atmosphere and academic excellence that have made Hostos unique among community colleges. 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