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Visit and walk-through a one day pop-up exhibition entitled “MEXtasy", that brings us images of the Mexican experience in America and the many negative stereotypes that continue to be produced by Hollywood and the media.
Join us for a lunch time conversation with exhibition curator William Anthony Nericcio, aka Memo, an award-winning Chicano literary theorist, cultural critic, graphic designer, American Literature scholar, and Professor of English and Comparative Literature at San Diego State University.
Just a quick posting to announce I will be in Tucson, the guest of some very cool graduate students and faculty for the Annual Graduate and Professional Symposium on Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literature, Language and Culture at the end of February! I can't wait! The entire program is here!
A huge warm thank you y gracias to the Program Coordinators, Claudia Nazario and Andrea Herrera Dulcet.
The program is entitled "Crossroad Talks: Culture, Identity, Language and Literature in Active Contact Zones" and will be held February 25-27, 2016, at the Arizona Historical Society Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
Here are the details for my keynote:
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