Guest Lectures & Conference Presentations

May 2022 (forthcoming)

Cárcamo, Jennifer; Ana Patricia Rodriguez; Enrique Ochoa; Steven Osuna; Nahil Zerón. A Conversation on Roots of Resistance: A Story of Gender, Race, and Labor on the North Coast of Honduras. Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Virtual Conference 2021: Polarización socioambiental y rivalidad entre grandes potencias.

Bejel, Emilio; Jennifer Cárcamo; Lázaro Gonzlaez; Magdaléna Matušková. Por un cine imperfecto en el siglo 21: Understanding contemporary Cuban cinema through ephemera from the Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry. Panel titled “Building Bridges – New Perspectives on Teaching and Curating the Cinema of the Great Cuba”. Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Virtual Conference 2021: Polarización socioambiental y rivalidad entre grandes potencias.

Nov 2021 (forthcoming)

Cárcamo, Jennifer. Por un cine imperfecto en el siglo 21: Understanding contemporary Cuban cinema through ephemera from the Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry. UC-CUBA Graduate Conference & Workshop. University of California, Irvine. Irvine, CA.

Apr 2021

Cárcamo, Jennifer; González-Rivera, Victoria; Portillo, Suyapa; Rivas, Carlos. Desplazamiento y Resistencia de los “Eternos Indocumentados” de Centroamérica. Panel titled “Migración Centroamericana en nuestras propias palabras”. XV Congreso Centroamericano de Historia. San José, Costa Rica.

Jun 2020

Cárcamo, Jennifer. Central American Migration: A Product of U.S. Imperialism and the Rise of Neoliberalism in Central America. Dr. Robin Derby’s “History 8C: Contemporary Latin American Culture” Class. University of California, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.

May 2020

Beltrán, Joanna; Cárcamo, Jennifer; Ochoa, Enrique. La Trayectoria de Estudios Centroamericanos en Estados Unidos. Panel titled “Nada Sobre Nosotrxs Sin Nosotrxs! Central American Migrations in Our Own Voices”. Latin American Studies Association Virtual Conference 2020: Améfrica Ladina: Vinculando Mundos y Saberes, Tejiendo Esperanzas.

Feb 2020

Cárcamo, Jennifer. Prohibido Olvidar: Revolutionary Movements in the Making of the Central American Working Class, 1920-1970. Panel titled “Narrating Violence: Transnational Movements and Culinary Metaphors”. UC-CUBA Graduate Conference & Workshop. University of California, Irvine. Irvine, CA.

Nov 2019

Cárcamo, Jennifer. “Los que nunca sabé nadie de donde son”: Central America’s Struggle for Visibility and Justice. Dr. Irene Vasquez’s Introduction to Chicano and Chicana Studies Class. University of New Mexico. Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Jun 2019

Cárcamo, Jennifer. 10 Años de Estudio y Lucha: A Brief History of USEU, la Unión Salvadoreña de Estudiantes Universitarios, 2006-2016. First Annual Central American Studies Symposium at UCLA. University of California, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.

Jun 2019

Cárcamo, Jennifer. Centroamericano/as: “Los nunca sabe nadie de donde son”. Dr. Fernando Perez-Montesino’s “History 8C: Social History of Latin America” Class. University of California, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.

May 2018

Carcamo, Jennifer. Migraciones de los Pipil-Nicarao nahua-hablantes hacia Centroamérica. Nahuatl Conference. University of California, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.

Mar 2018

Carcamo, Jennifer; Moreno, Alberto; Rodriquez, Leis. “Untangling the Immigration Debate” Panel. Dr. Virginia Espino’s “The Immigration Debate through Film” Chicano/Chicana Studies Class. University of California, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.

Nov 2017

Carcamo, Jennifer; Lopez, Maricela. “Working in the Non-Profit as a Women of Color” Panel. Dr. Leisy Abrego’s “Race, Gender, and Labor in the U.S.” Chicano/Chicana Studies Class. University of California, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.

May 2017

Carcamo, Jennifer; Osuna, Steven. Freedom Not Reform: Attacks on Central American Asylum Seekers. Guest Lecture. East Los Angeles Community College (ELAC). Monterey Park, California.

Mar 2017

Cárcamo, Jennifer#FreedomNotReform: Central American Refugee Mothers and the Movement to End Family Detention. Lecturer Arturo Zepeda’s “Introduction to Central American Studies” Class. California State University, Northridge. Northridge, California.

Dec 2016

Carcamo, Jennifer; Osuna, Steven. Freedom Not Reform: Attacks on Central American Asylum Seekers. Dr. Suyapa Portillo’s “Introduction to Central American Studies” Chicano/a-Latino/a Transnational Studies Class. Pitzer College. Claremont, California.

Sep 2016

Campos, Kryssia; Carcamo, Jennifer. ¿Mito o Realidad? La Crisis de Refugiados Centroamericanos. III Cumbre de Juventudes Salvadoreñas 2016. West Adams High School. Los Angeles, California.

July 2016

Abrego, Leisy; Carcamo, Jennifer; Cornejo, Kency; Estrada, Alicia Ivonne; Ochoa, Enrique; Osuna, Steven; Portillo, Suyapa; Zimmerman, Arely. “The State of Central Americans in the U.S.: Notes from the Field” Roundtable. Latino Studies Association Biennal Conference 2016 “Deliberating Latino/a Studies: Promiscuity, (In)civility & (Un)disciplinarity. Pasadena, California.

Dec 2014

Carcamo, Jennifer. Juventud FMLN Sur de California: Understanding the role of student and youth organizers throughout El Salvador’s revolutionary process in El Salvador and the United States. Panel on Global Capitalism with UCSB Prof. William Robinson: “What is the role of youth/students in revolutionary movements in the United States?” United Teachers of Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.

Jan 2014

Carcamo, Jennifer (Panel Chair); Marroquin, Alex; Meza, Alexis; Rivas, Carlos, Trujillo, Ester; Zuniga, Nancy. Nueva Conciencia: Demystifying Graduate School. USEU’s 5th Annual Statewide Conference “Rescuing Our Identity to Empower Our Community: Discovering ourselves between crisis and change.” University of California, Riverside. Riverside, California.

Apr 2012

Carcamo, Jennifer. Since Farabundo Marti: An analysis of the challenges and revolutionary advances of Salvadoran youth in the student movement. USEU’s 4th Annual Statewide Conference “From Local to Global: Knitting the Fabric of Community.” California State University, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California. Los Angeles, California.

Feb 2012

Carcamo, Jennifer. Contesting theories of belonging, membership, and political participation among first and second generation Salvadoran youth in the U.S. and its implications for the Salvadoran nation-state. “2012 Lozano Long Conference: Central Americans and the Latino/a Landscape.” University of Texas, Austin. Austin, Texas.

Nov 2011

Carcamo, Jennifer. Since Farabundo Marti: An analysis of the challenges and revolutionary advances of Salvadoran youth in the student movement. Heritage University Mellon Fellows Regional Conference. Seattle, Washington.

Oct 2011

Carcamo, Jennifer; Espinoza, Daysi, Umana, Elizandro. Going Home to Study Abroad: Latino/a Student Educational Delegations to Latin America. Pacific Coast Council of Latin American Studies (PCCLAS) 2011 Conference. California State University, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.

Jun 2011

Carcamo, Jennifer; Zavaleta, Ernie. ¿Estado Transnacional? –  Desarrollo, retos y avances de un Nuevo Modelo de Estado para un Socialismo Salvadoreño desde la tradición de la izquierda revolucionaria. X Congreso Asociación de Historiadores  de Latinoamérica y el Caribe (ADHILAC), “Las revoluciones en la historia de América Latina y el Caribe en el siglo XX.” Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo.  Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

May 2011

Carcamo, Jennifer. Student contributions to the development of an alternative political project for El Salvador’s transnational community. UCLA Westwind Conference. University of California, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.

Apr 2011

Carcamo, Jennifer. Social formation processes of Salvadoran youth and the development of the new organic intellectual.  XXXVIII Conference of the National Association For Chicana and Chicano Studies (NACCS), “Sites of Education for Social Justice”.  Panel title: “Salvadoran Identity, Incorporation, and Political Participation.” Pasadena, California.

Feb 2011

Carcamo, Jennifer; Perla Hector; Zavaleta, Ernie. The Salvadoran Student Movement in the United States. Abriendo Brecha VIII Annual Activist Scholarship Conference. Panel title: “Student Activism and International Solidarity: Perspectives from El Salvador” University of Texas Austin. Austin, Texas.

Jan 2011

Carcamo, Jennifer. The Historical Genesis of the Salvadoran Student Movement from El Salvador to the United States. 2nd Annual USEU Statewide Retreat. University of California Riverside.  Riverside, California.

Jan 2011

Carcamo, Jennifer; Gonzalez, Cristina; Pineda, Cristina; Zuniga, Nancy. Women in the 21st Century: The International Struggle alongside the Salvadoran Student movement. 2nd Annual USEU Statewide Retreat. University of California Riverside. Riverside, California.

Nov 2010

Carcamo, Jennifer. Salvadoran Identity: Legacies of Repressing Identity 1932-Today. 22th Annual Student of Color Conference (SOCC). University of California, Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara, California.

Jul 2010

Carcamo, Jennifer. “Paradigms of a New Consciousness”: The Case of the Salvadoran Student Movement and its implications. Leadership Alliance National Conference. New Brunswick, New Jersey.

Carcamo, Jennifer. “Paradigms of a New Consciousness”: The Case of the Salvadoran Student Movement and its implications. Columbia University Undergraduate Research Symposium. Columbia University. New York City, New York.

May 2010

Carcamo, Jennifer. The Historical and Theoretical Genesis of the Union of Salvadoran University Students. UCLA Westwind Conference. University of California, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.

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