Croghan Bicentennial Lectures in Biblical Studies

“The Apostle of Puerto Rican Independence: The Religion of Pedro Albizu Campos” Wednesday, March 9, 2022 | 7:00 PM This opening lecture to the two-part lecture series explores the 20th century Puerto Rican Independence Movement Leader, who was referred to as “the Apostle of Puerto Rican Independence.”… Continue reading »

How the Medicines Go Down: Anatomy of a novel in progress

Thursday, February 24, 2022 4:15–5:30 pm In this talk, Nelly Rosario discusses her process of researching and writing How the Medicine Go Down, a speculative novel-in-progress that explores how medical cultures and histories have impacted communities throughout the Americas. Episodic and polyphonic in form, the narrative centers… Continue reading »

Curators C. Ondine Chavoya and David Evans Frantz awarded Warhol Foundation Grant

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts has awarded a $42,000 Curatorial Fellowship to Professor of Art and Latina/o Studies C. Ondine Chavoya and David Evans Frantz to prepare a major retrospective of artist Teddy Sandoval (1949–1995) scheduled for 2022–23 at the Williams College Museum of Art and the… Continue reading »

Why MEChA Burned Out After 50 Years

Recently, the Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlán – better known as MEChA – made waves after local chapters of the group decided to drop the words “Chicanx” and “Aztlán” from their name. Given all the contentious debates going on online, Remezcla wanted to give people familiar with the organization, its mission,… Continue reading »