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ANNOUNCING Hispanic Urban Studies Roundtable — 2014 MLA

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    Thursday, 9 January

    126. Hispanic Urban Studies
    5:15–6:30 p.m.
    A special session
    Presiding: Susan Larson, Univ. of Kentucky
    Speakers: Malcolm Alan Compitello, Univ. of Arizona; Cecilia Enjuto-Rangel, Univ. of Oregon; Matthew I. Feinberg, Oberlin Coll.; Benjamin Fraser, Coll. of Charleston; Amanda Holmes, McGill Univ.; Marcy Ellen Schwartz, Rutgers Univ., New Brunswick; Víctor Valle, California Polytechnic State Univ.
    Roundtable devoted to discussing the contributions of the “spatial turn” to recent Latin American, Spanish, US Latino, and Chicano cultural criticism and the future of Hispanic urban theory and pedagogy.
     

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