The Chicana/Latina Research Center (CLRC) has officially closed its doors. For those who are interested in
the trajectory of this center, we will maintain the website. We have donated the archives of the center
to Shields Library Special Collections. We thank all of those who supported the CLRC throughout
-Ines Hernandez-Avila, Professor and Chair, Native American Studies, former Co-Director of the CLRC Lorena Oropeza, Associate Professor, History, former Co-Director of the CLRC
The CLRC has funding as a research cluster from the Davis Humanities Institute, and support from the Consortium for Women and Research as a Research Interest Group. The CLRC has Working Group status supported by a grant from the UCHRI, UC Humanities Research Institute at UC Irvine, for the project, "Testimonios as Critical Tools in Theorizing Chicana/Latina and Indigenous Women's Studies". The CLRC is also a member center of the National Council for Research on Women.