A roundtable discussion at the annual meeting of the American Studies Association featuring Theo Gonzalves (UMBC AMST), Tamara Bhalla (UMBC AMST), Amy Bhatt (UMBC GWST), and Genevieve Clutario (Harvard, History).
Perspectives from Filipino American Organizers and Protesters: Reflecting on the Blu's Hanging Controversy of 1998 (roundtable)
A roundtable discussion featuring Theo Gonzalves (UMBC), August Espiritu (UIUC), Darlene Rodrigues, Rod Labrador (UH Manoa), and Meg Malpaya Thornton (UCLA) at the Association for Asian American Studies Conference.
Theo takes part in the Homescapes / Warscapes series taking place at UC Irvine this Fall. The series of talks and workshops commemorates the 25th Anniversary of the UCI Department of Asian American Studies and the 30th anniversary of UCI Southeast Asian Archive.
At the 2016 Folklife Festival, Sounds of California will present a series of evening concerts as well as daytime performances and activities, offering a glimpse into how musical culture mirrors the movements reshaping the state and the nation today. We will feature artists who contribute to the soundscapes of California, who demonstrate the social power of music and cultural heritage. Theo serves as one of the presenters for the events.
A CUNY Asian American & Asian Research Institute Symposium
Association for Asian American Studies annual meeting.
Theo's paper is part of the panel—Iconographies of Suffering, Wars, and the Empire’s Media—at the annual meeting of the American Studies Association, featuring Karin Aguilar-San Juan (Macalester College), Nerissa Balce (SUNY Stony Brook), and Paula Chakravarty (NYU).
Historian Augusto Espiritu (University of Illinoise at Urbana-Champaign) and Theo Gonzalves will discuss the release of two new books in Filipino American studies — Islanders in the Empire: Filipino and Puerto Rican Laborers in Hawai‘i and Building Filipino Hawai‘i: Filipino Identity in Transition in Contemporary Hawai'i — with the respective authors, JoAnna Poblete (University of Wyoming) and Roderick N. Labrador (University of Hawai'i at Manoa) at the 2015 annual meeting of the Association for Asian American Studies. Panel chair: Kale Fajardo (University of Minnesota).
Juxtaposing Narratives in the Aftermath of the Vietnam War: Moving beyond cold-war trauma, nostalgia, and the idolization of Ho Chi Minh
A panel featuring Ai Binh Ho, Theodore S. Gonzalves, Karín Aguilar-San Juan, and Frank Joyce at the Association for Asian American Studies annual meeting.
A panel at The States of Southeast Asian American Studies conference, featuring Theodore S. Gonzalves (University of Maryland, Baltimore County), Susette Min (University of California at Davis), Karin Aguilar-San Juan (Macalester College), and Judy Tzu-Chun Wu (Ohio State University).
"A love letter to rice, set on a farm in the Philippines, expresses a romance full of beauty, contradiction, and hard choices." Co-sponsored by Philippines Study Group of Minnesota. RSVP by August 1, (651) 647-1055. Online Invitation. Come view a 7-minute version of a work-in-progress, shot and directed by Karin Aguilar-San Juan, edited by Pete K. Wong, translated by Marlina Gonzalez, and musically scored by Theo Gonzalves. Give us your feedback...share your own rice stories...and enjoy Filipino food and friendly conversation. See you there! --Karin
Fire in the Belly: Music, Poetry, Dance and Chants (A benefit for typhoon Haiyan Philippines Reconstruction Phase)
Featuring Robert Kikuchi-Yngojo, Barbara Dane, Rinabeth Apostol, Golda Sargento, Allan Manalo, Lou Syquia, Shadia Fairuz, Jason Magabo Perez, Chris Bautista, Antonia David, Nancy Wang, Ted Kuster, Rebecca Apostol, Davianna Pomaika'i McGregor, Ted Hipol
Premiering: A multi-media staging of Carlos Bulosan's "If You Want To Know What We Are.” Ermena Vinluan & Jason Magabo Perez, Co-Directors; Robert Kikuchi, Musical Director; Joyce Manalo, Stage Manager. Ermena Vinluan, Producer-Touch Base Productions”
Q&A with Estella Habal (San Jose State University) and Theo Gonzalves (University of Maryland, Baltimore County). Inspired by AAAS Roundtable: "Spirits Uprising: Roots of the Asian American Arts Movement.”
A panel featuring: Christine Bacareza Balance, Assistant Professor of Asian American Studies, Affiliated Faculty in Women's Studies, Core Faculty in the Culture and Theory Program, University of California, Irvine; Theodore S. Gonzalves, Chair and Associate Professor of American Studies, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Martin F. Manalansan IV, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Asian American Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Sarita Echavez See, Associate Professor of Media and Cultural Studies, University of California, Riverside; Executive Director of the Center for Art and Thought; and moderator Augusto Espiritu, Associate Professor of History, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. A pre-conference event for the 2014 annual meeting of the Association for Asian American Studies.