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Latina and Latino Studies Program 15th Anniversary Weekend

This year marks the 15th anniversary of the Latina and Latino Studies program at Williams College. We invite you to return to campus and celebrate the evolution of the LATS program and recognize the achievements of the generations of students, alumni, faculty, and staff who made and make its success possible. We hope you will

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Alternative Art Histories: Future Directions in U.S. Latinx Art

Alternative Art Histories: Future Directions in U.S. Latinx Art is a two-day symposium co-organized by Art graduate student Marco Antonio Flores and Professor C. Ondine Chavoya. The event will take place at The Clark Art Institute and will run from Friday, May 3 through Saturday, May 4. The keynote will be delivered by Laura E.

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Tour with C. Ondine Chavoya

  FEB. 21, 2019 Tour with a Curator | C. Ondine Chavoya Co-curator of Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A. March 12, 2019 | 3:00 p.m. Tour Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A with co-curator C. Ondine Chavoya. A leading figure in the field of Latinx art history and visual culture, Chavoya returns

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Chicano and Chicana Art: A Critical Anthology

Professor of Art, C. Ondine Chavoya, co-writes and edits a new work. This anthology provides an overview of the history and theory of Chicano/a art from the 1960s to the present, emphasizing the debates and vocabularies that have played key roles in its conceptualization. In Chicano and Chicana Art—which includes many of Chicano/a art’s landmark and

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Latina/o Studies Concentrator presented her work at the Biennial Urban History Conference

Latina/o Studies Concentrator Isabel Pena presented her work on “The New O.C.: Race, Space, Immigration and the Making of Post-suburban California” at the Biennial Urban History Conference in Columbia, South Carolina. Isabel was able to present a working draft of her first chapter and preliminary findings to conference attendees, as well as attend presentations ranging

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10 Works By Latina/o/x Authors to Read This Month

10 Works By Latina/o/x Authors to Read This Month

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Latinx Heritage Month Events

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Frontlines: Latinos & Immigration from a Woman’s Perspective

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Nkisis, Orixás and Ancestors: The Role of Religion, Creativity and Environmental Ethics in the Afro-Atlantic Diaspora

Tuesday, September 18 Afro-Brazilian Religion and Environmental Ethics, public lecture by Makota Valdina Pinto Weston Hall | 5:00 PM | Presentation Room Makota Valdina Pinto is an ethicist, environmental justice activist and an elder in the Congo-Angola tradition of the Afro-Brazilian religion, Candomblé.  Ms. Pinto is also a specialist in the ritual pharmacology of the Afro-Indigenous religious

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AAMC’s Awards for Excellence Curatorial Recipients

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