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The LACS Graduate Lecture Series

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LACS graduate students Víctor Hernández-Sang (PhD candidate in Ethnomusicology) and Marco Polo Juárez Cruz (PhD candidate in Art History) will present their dissertation research. Breakfast will be provided!

Víctor Hernández-Sang "Music, Race, and Community Organizing in the Dominican Republic"

Marco Polo Juárez Cruz "Experimentation and Intermediality in the 1960s Mexico City's Artistic Scene"

The LACS Graduate Lecture Series
In an era where critical knowledge is facing scrutiny, and the study of Latin America and the Caribbean has evolved into a more intricate, interconnected endeavor, the LACS Graduate Lecture Series seeks to highlight the cutting-edge research and innovative ideas cultivated by our graduate students. Throughout these monthly lectures, LACS graduate students will assert their roles as professionally trained scholars, providing insights into their work and offering glimpses into its future potential. The objective is to inspire and motivate the academic community, prompting thoughtful reflection on governmental policies and budget allocations, and fostering the advancements of Latin American and Caribbean studies and its community.


H.J. Patterson Hall

H.J. Patterson Hall room 2118.


Latin American Studies Center

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