Written by Carlos R. Hernández Sweating profusely from the tropical climate, I entered Prof. Sergio Quezada’s airconditioned office at the Universidad… read more
Written by Pedro A. Regalado
Pedro A. Regalado visits the Presidential Papers at the General Archive of the Nation in the Dominican Republic and details the proliferation of American capitalism.
“I felt like something was missing, because I come from a community, probably over 90% Latinx community, in Union City,… read more
Written by Nicholas Forster
Professor Vicki L. Ruiz visited Yale to discuss diversity the academy all the while asking: what are the political possibilities available to scholars?
Written by Haylee Kushi
An account and analysis of the 2nd annual undergraduate ethnic studies colloquium at Yale.
Evincing its dedication to innovative research, last year the RITM Center announced that it would house the groundbreaking journal Social Text. Eager… read more
“It was important for me to demonstrate that the Dominican Republic was different and not another version of Cuba, for example…. read more
Written by Erin Johnson
On February 24, 2017, Catherine Desbarats, Professor of History at McGill University, visited the Yale campus for a lecture entitled, “ ‘Inventing’ Paper Money in New France, 1685.”
This week’s profile is Lani Teves, the postdoctoral fellow in the Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration.
Written by Alex Zhang
It was the night of January 8, 2017 and the Golden Globe Awards were nearly over.