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Finding Aid for the Reynaldo Macias Oral History Collection 2000 - 2001
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This collection consists of 11 original cassette interviews and CD duplicates.

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Dr. Reynaldo F. Macías is a faculty member and founding Chair of the UCLA César E. Chávez Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies and the César E. Chávez Center for Interdisciplinary Instruction. He has joint faculty appointments in the departments of Education and Applied Linguistics. His previous academic appointment was in the UC Santa Barbara Dept. of Education, during which time he was also the Director of the University of California's Linguistic Minority Research Institute between July 1992 and December 1997. The Institute is designed to focus the academic and research resources of the 9 campuses ofthe University of California on improving the situation of language minorities in the California schools. He is the author, co-author, and editor of six books and over three dozen research articles and chapters on such topics as bilingual education, teacher supply and demand, Chicanos and schooling, adult literacy, language choice, analyses of national language survey data, population projections, language policies, and media research. His work has appeared in such journals as the NABE Journal , the International Journal of the Sociology of Language , and the Annual Review of Applied Linguistics. His current research activities are in language policy/politics/demography, adult literacy and teacher studies.
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