It would be great to see geography faculty and students -- especially those who have studied or visited Latin America, at this event. Those who took Geography of Latin America last fall will remember that Dr. Shanahan was an excellent guest speaker! In general, these reflections on the literature of the realm can help us to understand its cultural geography.
Incidentally, LACS is soon changing its name to Pan-American and Iberian Studies (PAIS) to reflect the broader scope of studies taking place at BSU.
Storied Lives: New Frontiers in Latin American and Caribbean History and Fiction
We cordially invite you to join us for a LACS symposium featuring brilliant new scholarship from BSU faculty
March 16, 10:00-11:30, Small Ballroom, RCC.
Refreshments will be served. Open to students, faculty, and staff.
Featured lecturers are:
"Pushing Gender Boundaries? Dancehall, Migration and Trade in Contemporary Jamaican Culture” – Dr. Diana Fox, Acting Chair, Department of Anthropology and Archaeology
"Domestic Relations: Gender, Household, and Nation in Latin American History since 1850" – Dr. Erin O’Connor, Department of History
“La Frontera as Creative Space for Artistas Chicanas” – Dr. Jenny Shanahan, Director, Office of Undergraduate Research
Moderator: Dr. Leora Lev, Department of Foreign Languages, Coordinator of the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program
Sponsored by the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program
Contact Information: Prof. L. Lev at x2449