Throughout the academic year, the Center for Latinx Digital Media invites you to a series of weekly seminars held over Zoom.
During the Winter 2022 quarter, the series took place from January 6 to March 10. Check the full lineup and find the video of the seminars below.
Watch the full videos of the Winter 2022 seminars below:
Prof. Catalina M. de Onís (University of Colorado Denver) –“Translating Anti-colonial Energy Justice for Multiple Audiences” (01/06/22)
Prof. Amanda R. Martinez (Davidson College) –“Latinx Audiences & Laughter: The Power & Limits of Stereotype Humor” (01/13/22)
Prof. Dolores Inés Casillas (University of California, Santa Barbara) –““We espeekinglish tu!!!”: Listening while Latinx to Radio and Sound Media” (01/20/22)
Prof. J. Nathan Matias (Cornell University) –“Governing Runaway Catastrophes of Human and Algorithm Behavior” (01/27/22)
Prof. Lisa A Flores (University of Colorado, Boulder) – “Border Spectacles and the Im/Mobilities of Rhetorical Race Making“(02/03/22)
Prof. Reynaldo A. Morales (Northwestern University) –“The Roles of Journalism and Media in Indigenous Peoples’ Contributions to the Global Sustainable Development Goals” (02/10/22)
Prof. Fernanda R. Rosa (Virginia Tech) –“Code Ethnography and the materiality of power in internet interconnection infrastructure” (02/17/22)
Prof. María Elena Cepeda (Williams College) –“Loca/x Epistemologies: Reframing Gendered Madness on the Locatora Radio Podcast” (02/24/22)
Profs. Jamil Marques (Universidade Federal do Paraná) and Edna Miola (Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná) – “Trends in political communication research: What can we learn from the Brazilian case?” (03/03/22)
Prof. Arturo Arriagada (Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez) – “Influencers and creator economies: Imaginaries, platform evolution, and commercial value chains” (03/10/22)