Latinx & Latin American Studies Intersections: Migration, Indigeneity & Belonging
April 18 • 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm• Free
The Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies (CLLAS) Research Series, Latinx & Latin American Studies Intersections: Migration, Indigeneity & Belonging, features presentations by UO Graduate Students who have received research funding from CLLAS and the Tinker Foundation.
- Developing a Disability Legal Consciousness: Racism and Ableism in Special Education Advocacy, Katie Warden, Department of Sociology
- Silencing Genocide: Hispanism and Basque Exile in the Dominican Republic in the 1940s, Nagore Sedano, Department of Romance Languages
- Gender, Indigeneity, and Activism: Reflections on Indigenous Women’s Organizing in Manaus, Brazil, Emily Masucci, Department of Anthropology
- Uses of the Copal Tree in Zapotec Oaxaca: Ritual and Economy,” Timothy Herrera, Department of Anthropology
- Indigenous Community Responses to Extractivism in the Bolivian Lowlands, Evan Shenkin, Department of Sociology