Past seminars – Fall 2021
Throughout the academic year, the Center for Latinx Digital Media invites you to a series of weekly seminars held over Zoom.
During the Fall 2021 quarter, the series took place from September 23 to December 2. Check the full lineup and find the video of the seminars below.
Watch the full videos of the Fall 2021 seminars below:
Prof. Ingrid Bachmann (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) – “Framed by gender: Examining news and media through a feminist lens” (09/23/21)
Prof. Matías Dodel (Universidad Católica del Uruguay) – “Not every stranger means danger: Latin American kids’ responses to online friendship requests.” (09/30/21)
Prof. Carmen Gonzalez (University of Washington) – “Digital access in times of crisis: Co-designing digital health interventions with and for Latino communities” (10/07/21)
Prof. David Nemer (University of Virginia) – “Technology of the Oppressed: Inequity and the digital mundane in Favelas of Brazil” (10/14/21)
Prof. Mauro Porto (Tulane University) – “Whiteness and the rise of the far right in Brazil: Affirmative action and middle-class backlash in the newsmagazine Veja” (10/21/21)
Prof. Tamara Falicov (University of Kansas) – “Fund Scouting in the North for the South: Strategies for Latin American and Caribbean Filmmakers” (10/28/21)
Profs. Julieta Brambila (Universidad de las Américas Puebla) – “The Journalism Paradox in Mexico” (11/04/21)
Prof. Héctor Beltrán (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) – “Making Latinx Makers” (11/11/21)
Prof. Celeste González de Bustamante (University of South Florida) – “How to survive as a journalist in Mexico” (11/18/21)
Prof. Amy Gonzales (University of California, Santa Barbara) – “Importance of access to digital technology for building and maintaining social capital and quality of life” (12/02/21)