Intersections: Between Asia and Latin America

The Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures (LAILaC) PhD Program presents

Intersections: Between Asia and Latin America. A bilingual colloquium on Latin American Asians, through literature, film, and politics.

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Dr. Moisés Park, Baylor University

A discussion with Moisés Park and J. Silvia Cho.

Date: February 22, 2019  6:30-8pm  Room: 9204.

Dr. Park is Assistant Professor in the Dept of Modern Languages and Cultures at Baylor University, Texas. He has published work on issues of orientalism,  cultural studies, and critical theory, and he is the author of Y el verso cae al aula, and Figuraciones del deseo y coyunturas generacionalesen literatura y cine  posdictatorial.

Silvia Cho (MA  Library Science, and MA Liberal Studies)  is the Graduate Center’s Library Liaison to the Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures PhD program and Interlibrary Loan Supervisor. Her research interests include Korean-Argentinian immigrants in the U.S.

Date: February 22, 2019  6:30-8pm  Room: 9204.

J. Silvia Cho, CUNY Graduate Center

The Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Ave. New York, NY  10016 (Corner of 34th St.) Trains: B,D,F,Q,W,N,R

 Reception will follow, Rm. 5414

In Spanish, Korean, and English. Open to the public

With support from the Doctoral Students Council,

Colombian Studies Group, Feminist Studies Group, and

The Cinema Studies Group.