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Moving Territories: Curating (Queer) Puerto Rican Performance

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Join us for a dialogue with Dr. Ramón H. Rivera-Servera, Dean & Professor at the College of Fine Arts of The University of Texas-Austin; Pepe Alvarez Colón, Performance Artist & PhD Candidate at Northwestern University; and Arnaldo Rodríguez Baqué, Artist, Curator of Caribbean-yet-to-come, and PhD Candidate at Northwestern University. RSVP on Zoom:

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Watch party with food & beverage in the Community Room of El Centro Chicano y Latino at Stanford University.

Hemispheric Racializations engages scholars across disciplines examining ethnoracial formations in the Western Hemisphere. We center voices and theories that unsettle current framings of race and racial formations and advance knowledge that bolsters social, economic, and environmental justice. Through lectures and workshops, we revisit state, academic, and popular discourses, excavate submerged histories, peoples, and processes; and concentrate on intersections with gender, sexuality, class, and spirituality. 


Marina Machado de Oliveira, PhD Student, Comparative Literature

Alexandros Orphanides, PhD Student, Graduate School of Education

Xavi Luis Burgos, PhD Student, Graduate School of Education

Sponsored by the Center for Latin American Studies at Stanford University

Co-sponsored by the Program of Chicanx-Latinx Studies & El Centro Chicano y Latino

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