Three Latina/o professors discuss topics and interview guests central to Latina/Latino/Latinx Studies today.
Roundtable Discussion with Frederick Luis Aldama, Adrian Burgos, Jr., and Ed Morales
Darrel Wanzer-Serrano sits down with three esteemed Latina/o/x Studies scholars — Frederick Luis Aldama, Adrian Burgos, Jr., and Ed Morales — to talk about how they came to the field, what it offers a host of audiences, and what Latina/o/x students at PWIs should keep in mind as they move through college.
Latina/o/x Cultural Citizenships and Popular Belonging
Darrel Wanzer-Serrano sits down with three esteemed Latina/o/x Studies scholars — Frederick Luis Aldama, Adrian Burgos Jr., and Ed Morales — to talk about pop culture and regimes of belonging.
Sporadic Episodes and Hiatus
Darrel and Ariana sit down -- from a social distance (and virtually) -- to discuss where we've been and what the plan is going forward.
Borderlands History and Reproductive Justice: An Interview with Lina-Maria Murillo
Darrel and chats with Dr. Lina-Maria Murillo, Assistant Professor of Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies and History at the University of Iowa, about her research at the intersections of borderlands history and reproductive justice.
Students' Perspectives on Latina/o/x Studies
Darrel and Rene chat with two undergraduates at Iowa who are minoring in Latina/o Studies: Bianca Robles-Muñoz (a Speech and Hearing Sciences junior) and Naomi Marroquin (a Global Heath Studies senior and President of the Association of Latinos Moving Ahead student organization).
Roundtable Discussion with Lilia Fernández, Sujey Vega, and Theresa Delgadillo
Darrel Wanzer-Serrano sits down in front of a live audience with three esteemed Latina/o/x Studies scholars — Lilia Fernández, Sujey Vega, and Theresa Delgadillo — to talk about how they came to the field, what it offers a host of audiences, and what Latina/o/x students at PWIs should keep in mind as they move through college.
Love this podcast
This podcast is so energizing and really fills in a gap in the podcasting world. I especially love the origin stories of each scholar.
Academically grounded and timely discussions
This is the best podcast for discussions of important topics drawn from an academically grounded Latina/o/x perspective. Goes way beyond just reporting on current events or discussions of one book, to provide analytically rich discussions that highlight the diverse range of Latina/o/x studies. Great for classroom use and personal insight.
Excellent discussions on Latinidad l
I love this podcast for its very real discussions of Latinidad and related research, and especially about Latinx experiences in academia.