Roberto Strongman is Associate Professor in the Department of Black Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Congratulations to Associate Professor Roberto Strongman’s Queering Black Religions: Transcorporeality in Candomblé,
Marqués Pascual, L. & Cortijo Ocaña, A. (2019) Second and Third Language Acquisition in Catalan-speaking Regions. Juan de la Cuesta.
Congratulations to LAIS affiliated faculty, Laura Marqués-Pascual and Professor Antonio Cortijo Ocaña for their recent joint publication; Second and Third Language Acquisition in Catalan-speaking Regions. (2019) “As described and presented
Professor Casey Walsh’s new book “Virtuous Waters: Mineral Springs, Bathing and Infrastructure in Mexico”, 2018.
Professor Casey Walsh Virtuous Waters: Mineral Springs, Bathing and Infrastructure in Mexico, 2018. Virtuous Waters is a pathbreaking and innovative study of bathing, drinking and other everyday engagements with a
LAIS Affiliated Faculty Ruth Helier-Tinoco’s “Performing Palimpsest Bodies: Postmemory Theatre Experiments in Mexico”, 2019.
Professor Ruth Hellier-Tinoco Performing Palimpsest Bodies: Postmemory Theatre Experiments in Mexico, 2019. Performing Palimpsest Bodies proposes the concept of palimpsest bodies to interpret provocative theatre and performance experiments that explore
LAIS Director of Undergraduate Studies, Professor Silvia Bermúdez’s fascinating study reveals how Spanish popular music, produced between 1980 and 2013, was the first cultural site to engage in critical debate
Professor Javiera Barandiarán’s new book Science and Environment in Chile: The Politics of Expert Advice in a Neoliberal Democracy
About the Book: In Science and Environment in Chile, Professor Barandiarán examines the consequences for environmental governance when the state lacks the capacity to produce an authoritative body of knowledge.