Holding it Together at the End of Term
In the last episode of 2019, two of the three hosts discuss the podcast, the first semester of Imagining Latinidades programing, and a couple questions worth pondering at the end of the term (including unsolicited advice for students).
Darrel Wanzer-Serrano and Ariana Ruiz meet up for a bit of a retrospective on 2019. They have a little podcast discussion about the podcast and the first semester of programming for Imagining Latinidades. They then ponder some of their favorite readings of the year so far and talk about how to productively (and unproductively) deal with end of term stress for students. The podcast will be on hiatus until we return with an interview with Iris Morales on January 14, 2020.
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- Citizens but Not Americans
- Karma R. Chávez, “Remapping Latinidad: A Performance Cartography of Latina/o Identity in Rural Nebraska,” Text & Performance Quarterly
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