We are pleased to announce speakers, dates and times for the upcoming series on immigration! They are:
Jan. 24 - Mariana Ortega (Penn State) is author of In-Between: Latina Feminist Phenomenology, Multiplicity, and the Self (2016). (Atkins Library Halton Reading Room, 2:30-4:00. Including photo exhibit by Verónica Cárdenas and reception)
Feb 7 - Natalie Cisneros (Seattle Univ.) is completing a monograph on immigration using the work of Gloria Andaldúa as a theoretical lens (Cone 111, 2:30-4:00)
Feb 12 - Rebecca Hester (Virginia Tech) works on issues of ethics and cultural competency (Cone 210, 2:30-4:00pm)
March 11 - Martha Escobar (CSU Northridge) is author of Captivity Beyond Prisons: Criminalization Experiences of Latina (Im)migrants (2016) (Cone 210, 2:30-4:00)
All events are free an open to the public; abstracts and further details forthcoming.
For a PDF flyer, click here.
The series is cosponsored by a Chancellors Diversity Challenge Grant.