IAS News

Yolanda Padilla publishes "Approaches to Teaching Early Twentieth-Century Mexican American Literature in Undergraduate Classrooms"

0

IAS faculty member Yolanda Padilla published "Approaches to Teaching Early Twentieth-Century Mexican American Literature in Undergraduate Classrooms" in Writing / Righting History: Twenty-Five Years of Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage. In her chapter, Padilla reflects on how U.S. literary studies' neglect of recovered Latinx texts results in a lost opportunity for important field transformation. She ...

Read more

Yolanda Padilla discusses the "Politics of the Archive/s" and Latinx print culture

0

IAS faculty member Yolanda Padilla visited the University of Arizona by invitation from the Program in Social, Cultural and Critical Theory via Zoom in April. She discussed Latinx print culture in the context of critical archive studies with a graduate class called "Politics of the Archive/s." She then gave a public lecture titled "Recovering Borderlands Modernism ...

Read more

Yolanda Padilla presents "Borderlands Modernism and Mariano Azuela's Los de abajo"

0

IAS faculty member Yolanda Padilla  presented her work on a panel titled "Recovering Latinx Modernisms" at the Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage Project conference in Houston, TX. The panel centered non dominant literary forms, such as testimonies and periodical writing, to stage a conversation about what it means to recovery Latinx modernism as indispensable to and constitutive of U.S. and Latin American modernisms. Padilla's presentation ...

Read more

IAS faculty promotions

0

IAS faculty members Yolanda Padilla and Amoshaun Toft were officially notified by the UW Provost’s Office of their promotion from Assistant to Associate Professor (with tenure). 

Congratulations Yolanda and Amoshaun!!! 

Read more

IAS faculty members receive funding to host speakers and events

0

This fall quarter 5 IAS faculty received funding to host speakers and events on campus. Jennifer Atkinson brought Tulalip storyteller and master wood carver Kelly Moses in October who spoke about the relationship between Salish people and the forests in our region; he also shared examples of his artwork. The event was co-sponsored by Social Justice Organizers (SJO) and the Diversity Center. Dan Berger will ...

Read more
Displaying results 1-5 (of 14)
 |<  < 1 - 2 - 3  >  >| 

Post archive