Un-Becoming Central American-American: Passing, Subjectivity, and Latinidad

February 21, 2019
12:30 pmto2:00 pm

Gerlinger Hall, Alumni Lounge
1468 University Street, Eugene, OR 97403

Presentation by Professor Maritza Cardenas

Professor Cardenas is associate professor of English at the University of Arizona. Her research and teaching focus on US Central Americans and Latina/o cultural productions, identity, and subject formation. Her monograph, Constituting Central American-Americans: Transnational Identities and the Politics of Dislocation, was published last summer by Rutgers University Press.

Sponsored by the Oregon Humanities Center, Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies, College of Arts & Sciences, and the Departments of Comparative Literature, English, Ethnic Studies, and Romance Languages.

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Upcoming Events

3/9/23: Creating Californios: Masculinity and Localized Liberalism in Mexican California, 1800-1850, 3:30-4:30pm, location: EMU Diamond Lake Room

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4/13: Graduate Student Research Colloquium, 330-5pm, location: Gerlinger Alumni Lounge

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