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Publications

  • Cuellar, J.B. 2009. “El Saxofon in Texas – Mexican Borderlands Musica”. In Gateways: Northeastern Mexico and South Tejas, One Region, One Culture: An Anthology of Essays, edited by P. Rodriguez and J. Castro Jr.. San Antonio, Texas: Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 2005. “Forward”. In Mariachi Method for the Guitar by Michael Archuleta , edited by . MIXTA Publishing.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 2004. "Chicanismo." In The Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures , edited by D. Carrasco. Oxford University Press.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 2004. "Notas en el Viento: The Musical Soundtrack of Alambrista The Director's Cut." In 'Alambrista' And The US-Mexico Border: Film, Music And Stories Of Undocumented Immigrants, edited by N. Cull and D. Carrasco. University of New Mexico Press.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 2001. "El Saxofón in Tejano and Norteño Music." In ¡Puro Conjunto! An Album in Words and Pictures, edited by J. Tejeda and A. Valdez. University of Texas Press.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 2000. "A History of SFSU's La Raza Studies." Special Issue: "Chicana/o Studies: An Academic Odyssey." Chicana/o Studies Paradigms: A Journal of Alternative Voices : 147-184.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 2000. "SFSU’s La Raza Studies Paradigm: A Multidimensional Model for Multiethnic Latina/o Education Into 2YK." Special Issue: "Chicana/o Studies: An Academic Odyssey." Ed. Randall C. Jimenez and Maria C. Chinn. Special Issue: "Chicana/o Studies: An Academic Odyssey." Chicana/o Studies Paradigms: A Journal of Alternative Voices : 23-46.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1998. "El Saxofón in Tejano and Norteño Music." Tonantzin: Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center Magazine.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1995. "Introductory Comments on Psicología Chicana/Latina a.k.a. Hispanic Psychology." In Ethnicity and Psychology, edited by K. Montiero. Dubuque, Iowa:: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co. .

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1993. "American Indian and Alaskan Native." Cowdry's Geriatrics.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1990. "Hispanic American Aging: Geriatric Education Curriculum Development for Selected Health Professionals." In Minority Aging: Essential Curricula Content for Selected Health and Allied Health Professions. 1990, edited by M.S. Harper. Health Resources and Services Administration, Department of Health and Human Services. DHHS Publication No. HRS (P-DV-90-4).

  • Cuellar, Jose and Stanford Geriatric Education Center. 1990. Aging and health. Stanford, Calif

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1988. The Ethnography of Hispanic Aging. In Hispanic Elderly in Transition, edited by S. Applewhite.. New York: Greenwood Press.

  • Cuellar, Jose Bernardo and E. Percil Stanford. 1983. A Guide to References in Minority Aging. DHHS Publication No. (OHDS) 83-20914. edition. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Human Developmental Services, Federal Council on Aging.

  • Weeks, J. . and J.B. Cuellar. 1983. The Influence of Immigration and Length of Residence on the Isolation of Older Persons. Research on Aging: A Quarterly of Social Gerontology: 369-88..

  • Cuellar, J., E. Stanford and San Diego State Univ., CA. Univ. Center on Aging. 1983. Guide to Minority Aging References. 206.

  • Cuellar, J., E. Stanford and San Diego State Univ., CA. Univ. Center on Aging. 1983. Guide to Minority Aging References. 206.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1982. .
"Introduction--Minority Aging: Current Status and Future Directions." . Ed. . San Diego State University Press. 1982. 11-13. In Trends and Status of Minority Aging: Proceedings of the Eighth National Institute on Minority Aging, edited by E.P. Stanford and S. Lockery, 11-12. San Diego. CA: San Diego State Univeristy Press.

  • Cuellar, Jose Bernardo, E. Percil Stanford and Danielle Miller-Soule. 1982. Understanding Minority Aging--Perspectives and Sources. San Diego. CA: University Center on Aging, San Diego State University.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1981. In the Name of Equality, Aging Programs Neglect the Truly Needy. Generations: Quarterly Journal of the Western Gerontological Society: 30-31.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1981. Social Science Research in the U.S. Mexican Community: A Case Study. Aztlan 12.1: 20-31.

  • Weeks, J. and J. Cuellar. 1981. Role of Family Members in the Helping Networks of Older People. Gerontologist 21: 388-394.

  • Cuellar, J. 1981. Social Science Research in the U.S. Mexican Community. Aztlan--International Journal of Chicano Studies Research 12: 1-21.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1980. 
Understanding Culture for the Delivery of Services to Minority Elders. In Black/Chicano Elderly: Service Delivery Within a Cultural Context: Proceedings of the First Annual Symposium on the Black/Chicano Elderly. , edited by R. Wright, Jr. , 13-18. Arlington TX: Graduate School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

  • Cuellar, Jose Bernardo and John Weeks. 1980. Minority Elderly Americans: A Prototype for Area Agencies on Aging. San Diego. CA: Allied Home Health Association.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1980. Expanded Outline and Resource Guide for Teaching Introduction to Hispanic Aging Washington, DC: National Center on Black Aged, Inc. 1980. In Curriculum Guidelines in Minority Aging, edited by G. . Sherman. Washington, D.C: National Center on Black Aged, Inc.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1980. A Model of Chicano Culture for Bilingual Education. In Ethnoperspectives in Bilingual Education Research, Vol. II: Theory in Bilingual Education . , edited by R.V. Padilla. Ypsilanti, MI:: Eastern Michigan University.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1979. Insiders and Outsiders in Minority Aging. In Minority Aging Research: Old Issues--New Approaches , edited by E.P. Stanford. San Diego. CA: Campanille Press.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1978. What is the History of Minority Senior Programs? Somos Magazine : 12-14.

  • Gil, F.T. and J.B. Cuellar. 1978. A Rationale for Developing Minority Components in Gerontological Programs. In Handbook for Training and Research in Minority Aging. , edited by G. Sherman. Washington DC:: The National Center on Black Aged.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1978. El Senior Citizens Club: The Older Mexican American in the Voluntary Association. In Life's Career Aging--Cultural Variations on Growing Old, edited by B. . Myerhoff and A. Simic. Beverly Hills:: Sage Publications.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1977. Paradigms in Ethnic Studies: Notes on the Chicano Experience. In The Political Economy of Institutional Change: The Proceedings of the Ethnic Studies Symposium , edited by D. Moreno and R. Torres, 3-11. Irvine: Program in Comparative Culture, the University of California.

  • Bengston, V. ., J.B. Cuellar and P. Ragan. 1977. Stratum Contrasts and Similarities in Attitudes toward Death. Journal of Gerontology 32: 76-88.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1976. Chicano Power in Old Age. Participant: The Pitzer College Magazine. 9.1: 15-18.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1975. Aging and Political Realities. In Proceedings of the First National Conference on Spanish Speaking Elderly , edited by J. . Mendoza, W. . Gomez and . . Hernandez., 3-5. Shawnee Mission, KN.: National Chicano Planning Council.

  • Cuellar, J.B. 1974. Ethnographic Methods: Studying Aging in an Urban Mexican-American Community. . 1974. In Gerontological Research and Community Concern: A Case Study of A Multidisciplinary Project, edited by V. Bengtson. Laboratory for Social Organization & Behavior, Andrus Gerontology Center. University of Southern California.

  • Cuellar, J. 1971. Toward the Study of Chicano Urban Adaptation. AZTLAN-Chicano Journal of the Social Sciences and the Arts: 37-65.

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Educational Background

  • Summer 1988 – selected participant, University of Florida at Gainesville, The National Science Foundation. (Second Summer Institute on Research Methods in Cultural Anthropology)

  • Summer 1979 – Certificate of Completion., Washington, DC. ( Grantsmanship Center Course)

  • Summer 1979 – selected participant, Georgetown University, The National Academy of Education (Second Educational Research Management Workshop )

  • Summer 1977 – Selected Participant, The American Association for the Advancement of Science, Claremont, CA. (Teaching Urban Ethnography through Research." National Science Foundation Short Chautauqua-type Course for College Teachers)

  • 1991 – Certificate of Completion, California Recording Institute, Menlo Park, CA (Six Week Sound Recording Course.)

  • 1989 – Certificate of Completion, Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Austin: TX. (Thirty-second Annual Institute on Alcohol and Drug Studies)

  • 1977 – Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles (Anthropology)

  • 1971 – M.A., UCLA (Anthropology)

  • 1969 – B.A., CSU Long Beach (Anthropology)

  • 1968 – A.A., Golden West College (Music)

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Grants

  • Alambrista 2001 Project

  • U.S. Mexican Communities and Alcohol Study

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Positions & Honors

  • summers, 2000-08 – Latino Band Workshop Director, Common Ground On The Hill Music & Arts Camp, McDaniel College

  • Summer 1987 – Co-Director, First Latino Graduate Student Training Seminar, Stanford University

  • 2010 – Emeritus Professor of Raza Studies, San Francisco State University

  • 2006 – Champion of Change Award , Denver, CO’s Escuela Tlatelolco

  • 2005-07 – San Francisco Arts Commissioner , City and County of San Francisco

  • 2004 – Certificate of Appreciation, Bread & Roses

  • 2004 – Cactus Award , Committee for Mexican Culture, Deuel Vocational Institution, Tracy, CA. May 8, 2004

  • 2003 – The Pillar of Achievement Award, Golden West College, Huntington Beach, CA

  • 2002 – The Distinguished Alumnus Award , California State University at Long Beach's College of Arts and Letters

  • 2000 – Certificate of Achievement for Outstanding Leadership and Contributions to the Chicano/Latino Community, 30th Anniversary Celebration and First Endowment Banquet. Chicano & Latino Studies Department, California State University at Long Beach. 1 April 2000

  • 2000 – Certificate of Achievement for Outstanding Leadership and Contributions to the Chicano/Latino Community, 30th Anniversary Celebration and First Endowment Banquet. Chicano & Latino Studies Department, California State University at Long Beach. 1 April 2000

  • 2000 – Diversity in Teaching and Learning Distinguished Faculty Award , National Conference on Diversity in Teaching & Learning in American Higher Education

  • 2000 – Certificate of Achievement for Outstanding Leadership and Contributions to the Chicano/Latino Community, Chicano & Latino Studies Department, California State University at Long Beach

  • 1999 – Plaque of Appreciation. , Chicano Studies, Portland State University

  • 1998-99 – Visiting Professor of Chicano/Ethnic Studies, University of California at Berkeley

  • 1997-1998 – Rockefeller Gatesway Fellowship , Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, TX,

  • 1994-2001 – Director of SFSU's Cesar E. Chavez Institute for Public Policy , San Francisco State University

  • 1993 – Bank of America Hispanic Heritage Month Hero, KQED TV. San Francisco, CA

  • 1993 – Distinguished Service Award, Mission Economic and Cultural Association, San Francisco, CA.

  • 1991 – Hispanic Profile of Excellence Award, KGO TV, San Francisco, CA.

  • 1991 – Community Service Award , Plaza de La Raza, Los Angeles, CA.

  • 1991 – WAMMIE Award for Best Unsigned Latin Band, SFWeekly, Reader's Choice. San Francisco, CA.

  • 1990-4 – Senior Research Scientist and Co-Principal Investigator, U.S. Mexican Communities and Alcohol Study , Prevention Research Center. Berkeley, CA.

  • 1990-2010 – Professor of Raza Studies, San Francisco State University

  • 1990-1998 – Chair of SFSU's Raza Studies Department , San Francisco State University

  • 1988-90 – Co-Principal Investigator & Project Director of Mexican American Families and Alcohol Study, Prevention Research Center. Berkeley, CA.

  • 1988-89 – Visiting Associate Professor in Chicano Studies at University of California at Berkeley , University of California at Berkeley

  • 1987-90 – Senior Ethnogerontologist, Ethnicity Health and Aging, Stanford Geriatric Education Center, Stanford University School of Medicine.

  • 1987 – Distinguished Hector P. Garcia Lecturer, Yale University

  • 1987 – Brookdale Center on Aging Fellow , Hunter College.

  • 1985-8 – Associate Professor of Anthropology and Resident Scholar at Stanford Center for Chicano Research , Stanford University

  • 1983-5 – Visiting Associate Professor of Chicano Fellows and Anthropology , Stanford University

  • 1983 – Summer Faculty Fellow , Graduate Division and Research, San Diego State University

  • 1981-5 – Associate Professor of Chicano Studies , San Diego State University

  • 1981-3 – Co-Principal Investigator & Project Director, A Prototype for Area Agencies on Aging to Enhance Services for Minorities," Center on Aging, San Diego State University. 1981-3, Center on Aging, San Diego State University

  • 1981 – Community Service Award, Neighborhood House, East San Diego, CA.

  • 1980-81 – Lecturer in Sociology, San Diego State University

  • 1980-3 – Associate Director of Research, University Center on Aging, San Diego State University

  • 1980-1 – Co-Principal Investigator, The Codification of Research on Minority Older Persons Project, Center on Aging, San Diego State University.

  • 1979-80 – Project Director & Co-Principal Investigator, A Prototype for Area Agencies on Aging , Allied Home Health Association, San Diego, California.

  • 1979 – Honorary Citizen , City of El Paso, TX

  • 1978-9 – Visiting Assistant Professor of Chicano Studies and Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara

  • 1978. – Research Consultant, Guatemalan Earthquake Reconstruction Study, The University of Colorado at Denver. 


  • 1977-9 – Assistant Professor of Chicano Studies and Anthropology, University of Colorado at Boulder

  • 1977-8 – Director of Chicano Studies Program , University of Colorado at Boulder

  • 1976-7 – Assistant Professor of Chicano Studies and Anthropology , Claremont University Center (Pitzer College

  • 1975-6 – Instructor of Chicano Studies and Anthropology , Claremont University Center (Pitzer College)

  • 1973-5 – National Science Foundation Research Fellow , Andrus Gerontology Center, University of Southern California

  • 1972-3 – Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellow, University of California at Los Angeles.

  • 1971-3 – Instructor of Chicano Studies and Anthropology, Claremont University Center (Pomona College)

  • 1971-2 – Ford Foundation Advanced Study Fellow. , University of California at Los Angeles

  • 1970 – Master's Award of the UCLA Alumni Association for Distinguished Academic Achievement, Social Science Division, College of Letters and Sciences, University of California at Los Angeles

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Collaborators, Advisors & Advisees

  • Carrasco, D – Harvard University

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