2016: Lunchtime Talks with LSGS Alums: Angie Díaz, Yale University

This fall semester, we initiated a Lunchtime Talk Series with LSGS Alums. Angie Díaz, a graduate student in the Program in American Studies at Yale University, inaugurated our efforts to promote the Program's sustained engagement with our graduates, and especially between our current and former students. Angie earned an A.B. in History as well as an LSGS Certificate in 2014. She is interested in the ephemeral moments of crossing borders between nations, histories, and cultures, particularly for Chicanos/as in Texas. Angie's talk is entitled "The Latinx Files: Pachuquismo, Chicanidad, and the Armadillo Grill."  Moments from Díaz's LSGS talk can be viewed here.