In honor of Latinx Heritage Month, you are invited to a documentary screening followed by a fireside conversation with documentary maker Blanca Bonillo and local Latino changemakers featured in the film: Tony Monlina, Jaime Rodriguez, Carmen Paola, Frieda Garcia, and Regla Gonzalez.
Co-sponsors: The Committee on Ethnicity, Migration, Rights, The Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations, Phillips Brooks House Association, Department of Romance Languages, Latinx Alumni Alliance, Fuerza Latina.
We are excited to welcome everyone back to campus. Please join us for EMR’s fall semester Open House. Meet people from the program, reconnect with friends and colleagues, and hear about our courses and plans for the year! We will be serving food.
Join the Latinx Studies Working Group for "A Conversation with Barbara Sostaita".
Dr. Barbara Sostaita, a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Mahindra Center (Harvard), is a formerly undocumented alien turned ethnographer and scholar of migration and religion. You can read more about Barbara here.
This event will be presented in a hybrid format. ...
In this artist talk, Pelaez Lopez will discuss the ways in which United Statian settler-law attempts to territorialize the imagination of migrant subjects and the types of intimate domestic struggles that this infringement in the imagination causes. Throughout the talk, the poet will share new and published work (poetry, installation, and visual art) that directly address what an alternative future might look like, centered on their mother's teachings.
Join the Muslim American Studies Working Group and the Latinx Studies Working Group in conversation with Dr. Sara Awartani, who is a Global American Studies Postdoctoral Fellow at the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History and a Lecturer in Ethnicity, Migration, Rights at Harvard University.
Join the Latinx Studies Working group in conversation with Professor Yolanda Martinez San Miguel of the University of MIami whose work centers around Colonial Latin American discourses and contemporary Caribbean and Latino narratives; colonial and postcolonial theory, sexuality and gender studies, migration and cultural studies.