Congratulations to Romance Languages undergraduate students Ian Brusenhan and Lianna Arcelay

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Congratulations to UGA International Affairs and Spanish major student Ian Brusenhan, whose work on the economic, social, and political changes faced by the Mexican immigrant woman has been published in The Classic, the Writing Intensive Program’s journal of undergraduate writing and research. You can read "Mexican Women, Immigration, and the Consequent Transformation in Identity"in the current issue, 3.2, online by clicking here.  

Emily McGinn – “Networks of Simultaneous Modernities through Latin American Little Magazines”

Emily McGinn is director of the Willson Center Digital Humanities Lab. This event is part of the Interdisciplinary Modernism/s Workshop, a Willson Center Faculty Research Cluster. If you have questions or are interested in presenting your research, please contact the workshop co-directors: Susan Rosenbaum (English) atsrosenb@uga.edu or Nell Andrew (Art History) at nandrew@uga.edu.

Roberto Tejada: Kill Time Objective

Roberto Tejada is the author of art histories that include National Camera: Photography and Mexico’s Image Environment (2009); a monograph on pioneering Chicana conceptual artist Celia Alvarez Muñoz (2009), and such catalog essays as “Los Angeles Snapshots” in Now Dig This!: Art and Black Los Angeles, 1960-1980 (Hammer Museum, 2011); as well as poetry collections that include Full Foreground (2012), Exposition Park (2010), Mirrors for Gold (2006), and Todo en el ahora (2015).