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<Shedding Light on Neglected Histories and Herstories of Radical Urban Communities: An Interview with <em>LALVC</em> Contributor Gigi Otálvaro-Hormillosa

Shedding Light on Neglected Histories and Herstories of Radical Urban Communities: An Interview with LALVC Contributor Gigi Otálvaro-Hormillosa

As we begin National Hispanic Heritage Month, we invited Latin American and Latinx Visual Culture contributor Gigi Otálvaro-Hormillosa to talk about her ALAA award-winning article “Metamorphic and Sensuous Brown Bodies: Queer Latina/x Visual …

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<From the cholera epidemics to COVID, racialization of disease is an old trend

From the cholera epidemics to COVID, racialization of disease is an old trend

by Charles L. Briggs, author of Stories in the Time of Cholera: Racial Profiling during a Medical Nightmare In New York City, low-income, especially racialized communities are trapped as the rich flee …

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<For LASA, Enrique Ochoa-Kaup Shares Virtual Conference Highlights

For LASA, Enrique Ochoa-Kaup Shares Virtual Conference Highlights

Since the Latin American Studies Association will be a virtual event, I’m excited to be able to attend virtual sessions and still hold short meetings to answer any questions people may have. …

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