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Jose Cuellar

Saxophonist @ Jose Najera's Bernal Beat

Executive Producer & Principal Performer at Dr. Loco's Rockin' Jalapeño Band

San Francisco Bay Area

Ranked #1,013 out of 20,260 for Saxophonist in United States

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Jose Cuellar's Work Experience

Jose Najera's Bernal Beat

Saxophonist

Dick Pace & The Pacers

Saxophonist/vocalist

1966 to 1970

Tom Cellie & The Charades

Saxophonist/vocalist

1964 to 1966

Jose Cuellar's Education

The Jazzschool at California Jazz Conservatory

Solo Blues Piano Course with Jennifer Jolly

2014 to 2014

The Jazzschool at California Jazz Conservatory

Music Theory & Guitar Fretboard Course with Danny Carion

2014 to 2014

California Recording Institute, Menlo Park, CA

Certificate, Six-Week Sound Recording Course

1991 to 1991

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Saxophonist @ Jose Najera's Bernal Beat Saxophonist/vocalist @ Dick Pace & The Pacers From 1966 to 1970 (4 years) Saxophonist/vocalist @ Tom Cellie & The Charades From 1964 to 1966 (2 years) saxophonist @ The Dell-Kings From 1959 to 1960 (1 year) Visiting Assistant Professor of Chicano Studies & Anthropology @ University of California at Santa Barbara Courses: "Chicano: Anthropological Perspectives," and "Death and Dying in a Cross-Cultural Perspective." From 1978 to 1979 (1 year) Visiting Lecturer of Gerontology, Summer Institute on Aging @ North Texas State University Course: "Ethnic Differences Among Older Persons." From 1977 to 1977 (less than a year) Freelance saxophonist/vocalist @ Various groups & venues From 1970 to 1977 (7 years) Orange County/Los Angeles AreaApprentice Topographical Draftsman @ Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys From 1959 to 1960 (1 year) San Antonio, TexasConsultant @ Harvard Museums of Science & Culture From July 2015 to July 2018 (3 years 1 month) Airman First Class - Dental Technician @ United States Air Force Honorable Discharge after four years of active duty. From 1960 to 1964 (4 years) Professor Emeritus of Latino/a Studies @ San Francisco State University Teach: LTNS 435 Oral History Methods & LTNS 475 Aztec Philosophy Published: “El Saxofon in Texas – Mexican Borderlands Musica.” Gateways: Northeastern Mexico and South Tejas, One Region, One Culture: An Anthology of Essays. Ed. Pedro Rodriguez. San Antonio: Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center (2010: 32-41) Part-time Latin American & Latino Studies Faculty @ City College of San Francisco Teach: "Chicano History" (HIST21) & "The Latino/a Diaspora" (LALS 1) Musical Director, Executive Producer & Principal Performer @ Dr. Loco's Rockin' Jalapeño Band & Amorindio & Jazzteca In addition to producing four critically acclaimed Dr. Loco’s Rockin’ Jalapeño Band CDs -- Con Safos (1991), Movimiento Music (1992), Puro Party (1995), and Barrio Ritmos & Blues (1998) – I co-created the soundtrack for the award-winning feature film, Alambrista! The Director’s Cut (2002/4/12), and performed at more than 1,000 campus and commercial venues, as well as community festivals and events, including recently : “The Parallel Literary Histories of San Francisco – Poetry in Times of Hope and Resistance. San Francisco Poet Laureate Alejandro Murguia Inaugural Address,” San Francisco, CA. (1/27/13), Casa Zapata's Annual Zoot Suit Party, Stanford University (2/28/13), A Rockin' Jalapeño Reunion at Teatro Campesino, San Juan Bautista, CA (3/2/13), Organization of American Historians Conference Party, San Francisco, CA (4/13/13), Cesar Chavez Parade & Festival, San Francisco, CA (4/20/13), opened for Santa Cecilia at Yerba Buena Garden Festival (5/4/13), played sax with SF Poet Laureate Alejandro Murguia at SF Jazz Poetry Festival (6/6/13), and Rockin' Jalapeño Benefit for La Peña Cultural Center's Mural (6/7/13). 2012 Hrdy Curatorial Fellow @ Harvard University Researched and recorded a significant sample of it’s Mesoamerican whistles, ocarinas, flutes, and rattles, and curated the following events: “Magic Flutes, Musical Moments” for the Museum’s Saturday Family Programming (3/17/12); and “The Musical Impact of The Latino Diaspora,” a collaborative concert with student, faculty and community musicians associated with East Boston’s Zumix Center (4/11/12) From January 2012 to July 2012 (7 months) Peabody MuseumRaza Studies Professor - Department Chair (1990-98) & Cesar E. Chavez Institute Director (1994-2001) @ San Francisco State University Taught: "Introduction to La Raza Studies." "Issues in Raza History" "Raza Cultural Experience" "Oral History and Folklore Traditions." "Poverty in the Latino Community." "Acculturation Problems of La Raza." "Contemporary Music Folklore." "Sociology of La Raza." "Community Organizing." "Research Methods in Ethnic Studies."(Graduate), " La Raza Studies Seminar" (Graduate) Project Director and Co-Principal Investigator, “Alambrista 2001” Project, San Francisco State University (2001-2003)Published; "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. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press (2004: 173-201)Alambrista 2001 Project Final Report to Ford Foundation (2004)"Cesar E. Chavez" and "Farm Labor" in Pollution--A to Z. (2003)"Chicanismo." The Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures – The Civilizations of Mexico and Central America. New York: Oxford University Press (2002: 180-182)"El Saxofón in Tejano and Norteño Music.” ¡Puro Conjunto! An Album in Words and Pictures. (2001: 135-154)"A History of SFSU's La Raza Studies." Special Issue: "Chicana/o Studies: An Academic Odyssey." Voices 1.1 (2000: 147-184)"SFSU's La Raza Studies Paradigm: A Multidimensional Model for Multiethnic Latina/o Education Into 2YK." Special Issue: "Chicana/o Studies: An Academic Odyssey." Chicana/o Studies Paradigms: A Journal of Alternative Voices1 .1 (2000: 23-46)"Introductory Comments on Psicología Chicana/Latina a.k.a. Hispanic Psychology." Ethnicity and Psychology. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co. (1995:173-77) From 1990 to 2010 (20 years) Latino Band Workshop Director @ Common Ground On The Hill Music & Arts Camp, Worked with great students and masters of music who came together to play an evening concert's worth of musica latina; and was featured performer at the CGOH's Annual Red, White & Blues Nights and the Annual Roots Music & Arts Festivals. From 2000 to 2008 (8 years) McDaniel College (summer)Visiting Professor of Chicano/Ethnic Studies @ UC Berkeley Courses: "Paradigms in Chicano Studies," "Chicano Music," and "Introduction to Chicano Culture"Published:"El Saxofón in Tejano and Norteño Music." Tonantzin San Antonio, TX: Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center. (1998) From 1998 to 1999 (1 year) Senior Research Scientist @ Prevention Research Center Project Director and Co-Principal Investigator of "Mexican American Families and Alcohol Study," Prevention Research Center, Berkeley, CA (1988-90) and Co-Principal Investigator of "U.S. Mexican Communities and Alcohol Study" (1990-94),Published:(First author with G. Ames & M. Avila), Mexican-American Families and Alcohol Study: Final Report to The National Institute on Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse. Berkeley, CA. Prevention Research Center (1990)(First author with G. Ames & M. Avila) Mexican-American Families and Alcohol Study: Final Report to The National Institute on Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse. Berkeley, CA. Prevention Research Center (1990)
 From 1988 to 1994 (6 years) Senior Ethnogerontologist @ Stanford Geriatric Education Center, Stanford University School of Medicine With "Ethnicity Health and Aging" ProjectPublished:Second author (with Gwen Yeo) "Aging and Health: Hispanic American Elders." 2nd Ed. Geriatric Education Center Working Paper Series, No. 5, Ethnogeriatric Reviews, Stanford University (1994)"American Indian and Alaskan Native." Cowdry's Geriatrics. Ed. John E. Morly. Missouri: The Manning Company, A Medical Publishing Corporation (1993)"Hispanic American Aging: Geriatric Education Curriculum Development for Selected Health Professionals." Minority Aging: Essential Curricula Content for Selected Health and Allied Health Professions. Ed. Mary S. Harper. Health Resources and Services Administration, Department of Health and Human Services. DHHS Publication No. HRS (P-DV-90-4)(1990)"Native American Aging: A State-of-the-Art Review for Health Professionals." Working Paper, Geriatric Education Center, Stanford University (1990)"Latino American Aging: A State-of-the-Art Review for Health Professionals." Working Paper, Geriatric Education Center, Stanford University (1990) From 1987 to 1990 (3 years) Visiting Professor of Chicano Studies @ UC Berkeley Taught "Introduction to Chicano Culture,”and "Identity and Assimilation in the Chicano Community." From 1988 to 1989 (1 year) Associate Anthropology Professor & Chicano Studies Resident Scholar @ Stanford University Taught: "Undergraduate Research Seminar." (Three quarter series), "Ethnographic Research Methods." (Graduate), "Ethics and Anthropology." (Graduate).Co-Director of First Latino Graduate Student Training Seminar, Stanford University (1987)Published:"The Ethnography of Hispanic Aging." Hispanic Elderly in Transition. Ed. Steven Applewhite. New York: Greenwood Press (1988. 171-187) From 1985 to 1988 (3 years) Visiting Chicano Fellows & Anthropology Professor @ Stanford University Taught "Introduction to Chicano Life and Culture,” "Barrio Studies,” "Ethnicity and Aging in Complex Society" From 1983 to 1985 (2 years) Associate Professor of Chicano Studies & Associate Director for Research of the Center on Aging @ San Diego State University Taught: "Introduction to Chicano Studies,” "Mexican Heritage of the Chicano,” "Narcotics in the Mexican American Community," "U.S.-Mexico Border Cultures," and "Getting a Job in Society." Project Director and Co-Principal Investigator, "A Prototype for Area Agencies on Aging to Enhance Services for Minorities," Center on Aging,(1981-83), and Co-Principal Investigator, "The Codification of Research on Minority Older Persons Project" (1980-81).Published: Enhancing Services to Minority Elderly: Final Project Report. University Center on Aging, SDSU (1983) A Guide to References in Minority Aging. U.S. DHHS, Office of Human Developmental Services, Federal Council on Aging. DHHS Publication No. (OHDS) 83-20914 (1983) Understanding Minority Aging--Perspectives and Sources. University Center on Aging, San Diego State University (1982)"Introduction--Minority Aging: Current Status and Future Directions." Trends and Status of Minority Aging: Proceedings of the Eighth National Institute on Minority Aging. San Diego State University Press (1982. 11-13)"Review of Aging in Culture and Society." Quarterly Contact of the National Center on Black Aged (Spring 1982)
"Review of New Methods for Old Age Research." Generations: The Quarterly Journal of the Western Gerontological Society Winter (1981: 61-62)"Social Science Research in the U.S. Mexican Community: A Case Study." Aztlan 12.1 (1981: 20-31)"In the Name of Equality, Aging Programs Neglect the Truly Needy." Generations: Quarterly Journal of the Western Gerontological Society (1981: 30-31)
Review of Mexican Americans in a Dallas Barrio and The Chicanos: As We See Ourselves by Shirley Achor. American Anthropologist, 82.3 (1980: 652-53)"A Model of Chicano Culture for Bilingual Education." Ethnoperspectives in Bilingual Education Research, Vol. II: Theory in Bilingual Education Eastern Michigan University (1980. 179-204)
 From 1980 to 1985 (5 years) Project Director and Co-Principal Investigator @ Allied Home Health Association of San Diego With "A Prototype for Area Agencies on Aging" ProjectPublished:(Second author with John Weeks) "The Influence of Immigration and Length of Residence on the Isolation of Older Persons." Research on Aging: A Quarterly of Social Gerontology 5. 3 September (1983: 369-88)(Second author with John Weeks) "The Role of Family Members in the Helping Networks of Older People." The Gerontologist 24.4 (1981: 388-94) (First author with John Weeks) Minority Elderly Americans: A Prototype for Area Agencies on Aging. San Diego: Allied Home Health Association (1980) "Understanding Culture for the Delivery of Services to Minority Elders." Black/Chicano Elderly: Service Delivery Within a Cultural Context: Proceedings of the First Annual Symposium on the Black/Chicano Elderly. Graduate School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington. (1980. 13-18)"Expanded Outline and Resource Guide for Teaching Introduction to Hispanic Aging." Curriculum Guidelines in Minority Aging. Washington, DC: National Center on Black Aged, Inc. (1980)"Insiders and Outsiders in Minority Aging." Minority Aging Research: Old Issues--New Approaches. Ed. E. Percil Stanford. San Diego: Campanille Press (1979: 67-77) From 1979 to 1980 (1 year) San Diego, CAAssistant Anthropology Professor & Chicano Studies Director @ University of Colorado Boulder Courses: "Introduction to Anthropology," "Introduction to Chicano Studies,” "The Chicano Cultural Experience,” and "Peoples of the Southwest."Published:"El Senior Citizens Club: The Older Mexican American in the Voluntary Association." Life's Career Aging--Cultural Variations on Growing Old. Ed. Barbara G. Myerhoff and Andrei Simic. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications (1978: 207-228)"What is the History of Minority Senior Programs?" Somos Magazine (1978:12-14) 
(Second author with Fernando Torres-Gil) "A Rationale for Developing Minority Components in Gerontological Programs." In Handbook for Training and Research in Minority Aging. Ed. George Sherman. Washington DC: The National Center on Black Aged (1978: 66-84) From 1977 to 1978 (1 year) Chicano Studies & Anthropology Instructor @ Claremont Colleges Taught: "Research Methods in Chicano Studies," "Sociocultural Change and the Chicano," "The Intellectual History and Theory of Chicano Studies,"and "Aging and Age Stratification in the Chicano Community."Published:(Second author with Vern Bengtson and Pauline Ragan) "Stratum Contrasts and Similarities in Attitudes toward Death." Journal of Gerontology 32 (1) (1977: 76-88) 
"Paradigms in Ethnic Studies: Notes on the Chicano Experience." The Political Economy of Institutional Change: The Proceedings of the Ethnic Studies Symposium. Ed. Dan Moreno & Rudy Torres. Program in Comparative Culture, the University of California, Irvine (1977. 3-11). "Chicano Power in Old Age." Participant: The Pitzer College Magazine. 9.1 (1976): 15-18."Review of Assimilation, Colonialism and the Mexican-American People." Sociology: Review of New Books 3.9 (1976: 178-79)"Review of Chicanos and Police: A Study of the Politics of Ethnicity in San Jose, California." Association of Political and Legal Anthropology Newsletter May (1976)"Review of Introduction to Chicano Studies: A Reader." American Anthropologist 77.3 (1975: 659.) From 1975 to 1977 (2 years) Pitzer CollegeNational Science Foundation Research Fellow @ University of Southern California With anthropological component, "Ethnicity and Aging" of larger "The Social and Cultural Contexts of Aging"Project.Published:"Review of Razas y Racismo: Trayectoria y Antologia." American Anthropologist 76.3 (1974: 688)(Second author with Vern Bengtson and Pauline Ragan) "Stratum Contrasts and Similarities in Attitudes toward Death." Journal of Gerontology 32 (1) (1977: 76-88) 
 
"Aging and Political Realities." Proceedings of the First National Conference on Spanish Speaking Elderly. Ed. J. Mendoza, W. Gomez & A. Hernandez. National Chicano Planning Council Shawnee Mission, KN (1975)"Ethnographic Methods: Studying Aging in an Urban Mexican-American Community." Gerontological Research and Community Concern: A Case Study of A Multidisciplinary Project. Ed. V. Bengtson. Laboratory for Social Organization & Behavior, Andrus Gerontology Center. University of Southern California (1974)
 From 1973 to 1975 (2 years) Andrus Gerontology CenterInstructor of Chicano Studies and Anthropology @ Claremont Colleges Taught: "Introduction to Chicano Studies," "Ancient Civilizations of Aztlan," "Death and Dying in the Chicano Community." Published:"Different Strokes for Different Folks: Another's Perspective on That They Call Anthropology: The Mexican Case." American Anthropologist, 75.2 (1973: 601-02)"Review of Delinquency in Three Cultures." American Anthropologist 75.2 (1973: 552-54)"Observations on De eso que llaman Antropologia Mexicana." Aztlan 4.1 (1973: 205-08)"Comments on Delinquency in Three Cultures." Aztlan 2.1 (1971: 155-62)"Toward the Study of Chicano Urban Adaptation: The Multivariate Environmental Taxonomy." Aztlan 2.1 (1971: 37-65) From 1971 to 1973 (2 years) Pomona College


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