38 min

Critical Conversations: Tanya Saracho & Elda María Román on the 'Messiness' of Latinx Representation Consortium for Gender, Sexuality, Race and Public Culture

    • Education

Playwright and Vida showrunner Tanya Saracho joins USC professor Elda María Román to talk about how Latinx representation on the stage, page and screen (both big and small) are never an easy task. Instead they invite writers to think and work through all sorts of nuance, "messiness," and breadth. Their discussion affirms how and why our identities can never be seen as monolithic.


 


Produced and distributed by The Consortium for Gender, Sexuality, Race and Popular Culture, a faculty-led initiative at USC Dornsife. 

Playwright and Vida showrunner Tanya Saracho joins USC professor Elda María Román to talk about how Latinx representation on the stage, page and screen (both big and small) are never an easy task. Instead they invite writers to think and work through all sorts of nuance, "messiness," and breadth. Their discussion affirms how and why our identities can never be seen as monolithic.


 


Produced and distributed by The Consortium for Gender, Sexuality, Race and Popular Culture, a faculty-led initiative at USC Dornsife. 

38 min

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