Critical Conversations in Chicano and Latino Studies Spring 2016

Critical Conversations in Chicano and Latino Studies Spring 2016

Critical Conversations in Chicano and Latino Studies: Cafe, Pan y Plática is an intellectual space for scholars to workshop new research, to discuss pedagogical strategies, and contemplate new issues within the field. Everyone on and off campus is welcome to attend.

Olga Herrera | Fri., March 4th, 1:00 pm | Scott Hall Rm. 2
Assistant Professor | English Department | St. Thomas University

Gerardo Licón | Fri., March 25th, 10:30 am | Scott Hall Rm. 2
Assistant Professor | Latin American Studies | University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire

Sandra Soto | Mon., April 4th, 3:30 pm | Wilson Library 402
Associate Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies | University of Arizona in Tucson Visiting University of Minnesota Winton Chair | Co-sponsored with American Studies

No Más Bebes | Fri., April 22nd, 7 pm | Mayo Auditorium 
Film screening co-sponsored by Women’s Center’s Feminist Fridays
http://www.nomasbebesmovie.com/

Monisha das Gupta | Wed., May 4th, 10:30 am | Scott Hall 2
Associate Professor Ethnic Studies & Women’s Studies | University of Hawaiʻi, Mānoa
Co-sponsored with American Studies

Critical Conversations is co-organized by Jimmy Patiño (Assistant Professor, Chicano and Latino Studies) and Jessica Lopez Lyman (PhD Candidate UC Santa Barbara & Instructor at U of MN) with support from the Institute for Diversity, Equity and Advocacy. For questions or suggestions please email jpatinoj@umn.edu or lyma0025@umn.edu.

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