This Spanish course explores students’ experience in bicultural/bilingual homes, or abroad, and of the subjectivities they develop through their use of a second/foreign language.
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The associate professor of Spanish talks about her new book, which investigates the underlying themes of Jewish mysticism in modern Latin American art.
Ayotzinapa's 43 Disappeared Students
State Violence, Organized Crime and Political Reforms in Mexico
This blog acts as a space to inform and explain the history of Mexico about political and social reform. Impunity and terrorism of the state are not new, but a recurring reality. The 43 disappeared students of Ayotzinapa remind the world that this is an ongoing issue and that Mexico is rising. Here we follow and support justice and equality in Mexico.