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Latinx Digital Studies Symposium on 30 April

 

Dr. Omaris Zamora's class on Latinx Lit + Performance is hosting a Latinx Digital Studies Symposium to showcase final projects on Tuesday, April 30th from 4pm to 6pm in Watson Library 455.

The research projects include topics like Nuyorican Poetry, Chicanx Visual Cultures, Digital Latinidad, and Afterlives of Hurricane Maria. The symposium will highlight how digital pedagogy can be used in ethnic studies classrooms. 

Join us this Tuesday for light refreshments and digital project presentations. This event is co-sponsored by IDRH with the Department of Spanish and Portuguese. RSVP is not required.

You can also follow the conversation on Twitter at #LatinxDigitalStudiesKU



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