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International Latina/o Studies Conference

Thursday, July 17, 2014
12:00 AM
17 East Monroe Street, Chicago, IL

Imagining the Past, Present and Future

The Latina/o Studies Program and the Department of American Culture are proud to sponsor the 2014 International Latina/o Studies Conference. American Culture and Latina/o Studies graduate students, faculty, and staff will be participating.

Participating U-M graduate students include:

1. Emma Amador (Panelist, History)
2. Yamil Avivi (Panelist, American Culture)
3. Tatiana M. F. Cruz (Panelist, History)
4. Antonio Ramirez (Panelist, History)
5. Hannah Noel, Ph.D (Panelist, American Culture recent graduate)
6. Orquídea Morales (Panelist, American Culture)
7. Iván Chaar-López (Panelist, American Culture)
8. Alana LeBron (Panelist, Public Health)

Participating U-M staff include:

9. Maria Seiferle-Valencia (Panelist) – Alumna (MS in Information, UM, 2013) and Staff (research assistant and information specialist, Prof. Maria Cotera's Chicana por mi Raza Digital Humanities Project)

Participating U-M professors include:

10. Teresa Satterfield (Panelist, Romance Languages)
11. Silvia Pedraza (Panelist, American Culture and Sociology)
12. Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes (Panelist, American Culture, Romance Languages)
13. Daniel J. Kruger (Panelist, Public Health)
14. Colin Gunckel (Panel Chair, American Culture and Screen Arts and Cultures)
15. Amy Sara Carroll (Panelist, American Culture and English)
16. Maria Cotera (Panel Chair, American Culture and Women’s Studies)