For many people in Latinx communities in the US, bi- or multilingualism is a part of everyday life. Simply put,… Read more Spanglish as Resistance: Undoing Transatlantic Colonialism
Festivals, fiestas y celebraciones with a distinctly Latina/o feel are becoming more and more obvious in the United States as… Read more Día de los Muertos
Today, in the United States and across Central and South America, people will be celebrating the anniversary of the arrival… Read more October 12th: ¿Día de la Raza o Columbus Day?
The SALSA Collective has been running for 6 months now – ¡Feliz aniversario to us! To mark the occasion we did… Read more Entrevista por My American Studies
“The rebozo reflects the intersection of native culture, the colonial era, and contemporary and political life in Mexico.” –FTM ‘Made in… Read more The Rebozo in Art, Culture & Fashion
This week I was delighted to travel back to Cork to take part in the Mexican and Mexican American Studies… Read more #MexSymp @UCC
The Tortilla Curtain is a novel by American author, T.C. Boyle, which addresses middle-class values, illegal immigration, xenophobia, poverty,… Read more Talking The Tortilla Curtain
When the United States entered the war in 1941, Latinos were among the many American citizens who joined the… Read more Remembering Latinos Who Served in WWII and in the UK
In about two weeks time SALSA Collective Co-Jefas Becky and Eilidh will be making a trip across the pond to… Read more The SALSA Collective is Hitting Philadelphia for Temple University’s Annual James A Barnes Postgraduate Conference
Ayer The SALSA Collective got a shout out on KPFT’s Nuestra Palabra show. Check it out at http://archive.kpft.org/ Spread the word! Somos unidos. “We… Read more SALSA Collective ¡¡shout out!!