A sociology lecture by Jennifer Rudolph. Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies. An interactive and highly audience-based conversation about Latin identity within a larger social framework of the U.S. ethno-racial structure, including experiences, ethnic labels and media/cultural productions as ways of defining/confining Latin identities. A short, non-obligatory reading on Latin identity will be available before the event via Moodle or from Prof. Rudolph. She may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, 4 p.m., Katharine Blunt Coffee Grounds.
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