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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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One Day at a Time at Williams!

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Latina and Latino Heritage Month Calendar

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Summer of Protest

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“Queer Chicano Art Is as Timeless As It Is Vital”

An article discussing the exhibition Professor Chavoya co-curated in collaboration with the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles and the ONE Archives recently appeared in Vice “Queer Chicano Art Is as Timeless As It Is Vital”

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