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Gender Studies Director to Publish New Edited Collection, '#MeToo: A Rhetorical Zeitgeist'
Award-winning author Lisa M. Corrigan has edited a new book titled, #MeToo: A Rhetorical Zeitgeist, that offers the first comprehensive study of the rhetorical politics of #MeToo activism.
Peruvian Argentinean Journalist to Present on the Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic in Latin America
Peruvian Argentinean journalist Juliana Oxenford will give a talk about the impact that COVID-19 has had in Latin America. The talk will be in Spanish from noon to 1:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 30, via Zoom.
Lorenzo Feliciano Wins Best Essay Award for Publication on Puerto Rican Novel
Violeta Lorenzo Feliciano, associate professor of Spanish, has received the Best Essay Award from the Canadian Association of Hispanists.
Teaching Academy 2019 New Fellows and Imhoff Awards
Adnan Alrubaye, Kelly A. Way, John Gauch, Caree Ann Marie Banton, Juan José Bustamante, Tomas Jandik, Linda Jones, Lynn Meade, Stephanie Schulte and Anne Velliquette were honored.
Asylum Webinar June 14 With Expert Witness Kimberly Gauderman
Kimberly Gauderman, associate professor of Latin American history at the University of New Mexico, has served as an expert witness for nearly 150 asylum cases. The webinar will be at 6:30 p.m. Sunday.
Five Students Receive Fulbright U.S. Student Awards
The five U of A students will join over 2,100 U.S. citizens who will study, conduct research, and teach abroad for the 2020-21 academic year.
Gender Studies Director Publishes New Book, 'Black Feelings: Race and Affect in the Long Sixties'
Lisa M. Corrigan, associate professor of communication, has written a new book about the ways the black liberation movement confronted ideologies of progress and equality through emotional discourse.
Deadline Extended for Whiting Foundation Public Engagement Fellowship and Seed Grant Proposals
The Humanities Program in the Fulbright College invites proposals from faculty in traditional humanities departments who embrace public engagement as part of the scholarly vocation. Apply by June 1.
Honors College Lecture to Explore the Political Side of Intimacy
Lisa Corrigan, associate professor and director of the Gender Studies Program, will present a public lecture on how intimacy has shaped politics through history.
Deadline Approaching for Latin American and Latino Studies Program Research Awards
The Latin American and Latino Studies program is funding three awards up to $1,000 each to fund research in Latin America or research related to LatinX studies and/or conference travel. Deadline to apply is Feb. 15.