In Case You Missed a Talk (Or Two): Stay in the Loop with the LSGS YouTube Channel
Tune into our ever expanding YouTube channel, which features highlights from a number of distinguished speakers who have given public talks sponsored by the Program. Some of our more recent videos include Northwestern University Associate Professor Geraldo Cadava's talk at Duke, "On the Rise and Fall of the Conservative Hispanic Movement between the 1960s and the 1990s," and a poetry reading by U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera.
Among our other videos are University of California, Berkeley Professor Raúl Coronado's talk on "Surrounding One's Self with the Beauty of Life: Historicizing Nineteenth Century Latina/o Writing," University of Richmond Professor Lázaro Lima's public lecture, "Losing Sotomayor: On the Political Limits of Representative Latinidad," author Jennine Capó Crucet reading from her collection of short stories How to Leave Hialeah; and a conversation with artist, cartoonist, and writer Lalo Alcaraz.