University College Cork 24 November 2018 From the earliest moments of its existence, the optimistic dream of America has been… Read more Paranoia in the Americas: American Anxieties in a Transnational Context
As part of her self-confessed marathon of lectures and talks in the UK, Sonia E. Alvarez, Leonard J. Horwitz Professor… Read more Sonia E. Alvarez in Glasgow – Turning to Feminisms: Re-visioning Cultures, Power, and Politics in Latin America, reported by Rebecca DeWald
Gina Valdés, ‘English con salsa,’ Revista Chicana-Riqueña/The Americas Review, 21 (1993) The SALSA panel at this year’s IAAS and… Read more English con SALSA
I’ve been remiss, I know. The last few months have been busy and I haven’t kept up with The SALSA… Read more Disculpa/Soz
Hijas/os de la Malinche?: Disruptions and discussions on gender and mexicanidad Friday 13th November 2015 UCL-Institute of the Americas, London, UK… Read more ¡¡SALSA is co-organising a workshop!!
It is because of the strength of my ancestors, I am able to write this piece today. I, like so many… Read more Guest Blog: Marcia X
‘We closed our eyes in order to suppose that the other Mexico would disappear if it was not seen. On… Read more Guest Blog: A Perspective on the Historical Context of the Tragedy of Iguala by Francesco Di Bernardo
I must confess that I never knew the existence of the Zapatista movement until I undertook a year-long research masters… Read more Guest Blog: Cian Warfield is Unearthing an Understanding of Zapatista Autonomy
The heady rush of political, cultural and social upheaval is forever linked to the 1960s and 1970s. The growing strengths… Read more Guest Blog: Helena Maria Viramontes and Me, by Niamh McNamara
This month has been busy for the SALSA Collective as Co-Jefas Becky & Eilidh have been conferencing, sharing their work… Read more The SALSA Collective Hits Philly!