Make sure to join USLS at Pearson 3158 from 12-1 pm for a Lunch&Learn. The Lunch&Learn will consist of a panel of individuals within the USLS community discussing the topics of domestic violence, Latinx women, and social justice. Chips and quesadillas will be provided! Hope to see you all there! Lunch&Learn Photo: Check … Continue reading USLS Event- WLC WEEK
The USLS program is proud to present Catalina Maria Johnson on Monday, September 27, 2021 at 7:30 pm in the Campanile Room of the ISU Memorial Union. The title of her talk is “Latinx in the U.S.A.: Music as a Cultural History.” Catalina Maria Johnson, Ph.D. is a Chicago-based journalist. She hosts and produces her own … Continue reading USLS Speaker Series Features Catalina Maria Johnson
When: THURSDAY OCTOBER 1, 2020, AT 7PM Where: Webex Virtual event URL –> bit.ly/3gMTbNS Prof. García Peña is the author of The Borders of Dominicanidad: Race, Nations and Archives of Contradictions (Duke University Press, 2016) a study of the impact of stories — historical and fictional — on the national and racial identity of a … Continue reading JOIN US for a talk by eminent scholar, Dr. Lorgia García Peña!
Save the dates for the following USLS and APL film series THE OTHER SIDE OF LATINX: CUBAN FILMS For more details on each film, visit the following links: January 18th: Return to Cuba: Life in Cuba After Castro (2016) March 1st: Black and Cuba: Students Explore Race and Society in Cuba (2015) April … Continue reading USLS at the Ames Public Library!