They are the Red de investigación del Audiovisual hecho por Mujeres en América Latina (Latin American Women’s Audiovisual Research Network). RAMA is an inclusive and non-hierarchical space created to promote collaboration and knowledge exchange among those investigating cis and trans women’s participation in the production of film, video, television, and other audiovisual media in Latin […]Read More Have you heard about RAMA?
Luis J. Rodríguez’s first collection of poetry, Poems Across the Pavement, was published in 1989, with journalism and individual poem publications preceding this book. But his testimonio, Always Running–La Vida Loca: Gang Days in LA, released in 1993 in the aftermath of the LA riots, garnered Rodríguez widespread national and international attention. Always Running is […]Read More CFP – In the Long Run: Luis J. Rodríguez’s Life and Literary Legacy
University College Cork 24 November 2018 From the earliest moments of its existence, the optimistic dream of America has been underpinned by a much darker sense of anxiety and paranoia. Whether embodied in early colonial fears of nefarious witches corrupting pious Puritan settlements, Cold-War fantasies of “reds under the bed,” or porous borders unable to […]Read More Paranoia in the Americas: American Anxieties in a Transnational Context
Last week New Orleans-based indie folk band Hurray for the Riff Raff, came to the Norwich Arts Center giving myself, and fellow SALSA Collective co-creator Eilidh, a wonderful opportunity to reunite after several months apart and to say goodbye before my big move back to the United States. And wow! What a way to honour […]Read More Thank F*** for the Riff Raff!