Department of Social and Cultural Analysis

INSULAR POSSESSIONS: IMPERIAL LEGACIES OF 1898 WITH A SPECIAL SCREENING OF CALL HER GANDA

Co-sponsored by the NYU Native Studies Forum, the NYU Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and Asian/Pacific/American Studies Program in the NYU Department of Social & Cultural Analysis. The year 1898 has conventionally been regarded as the American “imperial moment,” when the United States acquired and occupied a number of island nations, both in the …

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Flyer titled the State of Latina Media

The State of Latinx Media

A discussion of the latest insights on Latinx media, including research on audiences and the state of cultural criticism, the newest on digital platforms, and the larger policies affecting net neutrality and media access with a focus on key strategies for engagement and activism for making change. The panelists include: Jillian Baez is an associate professor at …

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