Celebrate the New Latinx Minor at UVA!

October 24, 2017

Monday Oct 30th at 6 pm in Wilson 142, Professor Lázaro Lima will present a lecture, "Latino Studies 2.0: Black Lives, Brown Bodies, and the Ends of the Democratic Commons in the Neoliberal University.” Reception to follow in Wilson 117. 

Prof. Lima is a professor of Latino Studies and American Studies, and Associate Provost for Faculty at the University of Richmond, where he holds the E. Claiborne Robins Distinguished Chair in the Liberal Arts. His work centers on the political emergence of Latino/a forms of civic personhood, and the attendant institutional, juridical, and cultural industries that enable Latino/a democratic legibility and participation to emerge in civil society.

This event is sponsored by the Americas Center/Centro de las Américas and the Institute for Humanities and Global Cultures at UVA.

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