BLS 3013: Mass Media & Black Americans Dr.Arthur Lewin TH 6:05pm-9:00pm BLS 3019 Afro-Latinidades Dr.Rojo Robles Mejias MW 10:45am-12:00pm BLS 3200 Climate Justice* Dr. Shelly Eversley F 11:10am-2:05pm BLS 3835 Black Women Writers Dr. Keisha Allan TR 10:45am-12:00pm BLS 4900 Seminar Black and Latino Studies Dr. Keisha Allan TR 4:10pm-5:25pm BLS 4902 Latin America and the Caribbean Prof. Joseph Caceres TR 10:45am-12:00pm BLS 4902 Latin America and the Caribbean Dr. Gustavo Quintero Vera W 6:05pm-9:00pm (online) BLS 5100 Fieldwork in Racial and Social Justice* Dr. Karanja Carroll T 6:05pm-9:00p (hybrid) LTS 3012 Latinas: Soc & Cult Survey Dr. Rebecca … Continue reading Spring 24 Electives are here!
With support from the Mellon Foundation, the department of Black and Latino Studies will launch a two-year initiative, Black and Latinx Publics! Black and Latinx Publics will showcase the connections between our commitment to academic excellence and racial and social … Continue reading Introducing Black and Latinx Publics!
On Saturday, October 9th New York Comic Con presented an amazing panel on Latinx representation in pop-culture and comics, “Beyond Latinx: Diversity and Intersectionality in Media Representation.” It was hosted by Mario de la Cruz, Cassandra Curbelo, and Daniel Rodriguez. … Continue reading Beyond Latinx @ NYCC
Teaching a course with as broad a scope as “Latin America: An Institutional and Cultural Survey” means covering a lot of ground. From the pre-Columbian era to the 21st-Century, from Mexico to South America to Central America and the Caribbean … Continue reading LTS 1003 – Podcast Projects
When classes moved online in spring 2020, I decided that it was time to mix things up a bit, and I revamped my final assignment for the semester. What was previously a final paper and presentation on the subject of … Continue reading Latina Podcasts
Professor Rojo Robles in conversation with Daniela Toribio, Coordinator of Student Affairs for the Initiative for the Study of Latin America (ISLA) Can you give us an overview of what your course “Latinx Screens” will be? In my course “Latinx Screens” … Continue reading Course Alert: LTS 3085- Latinx Screens, Interview with Professor Rojo Robles
Adjunct Professor Zamir Ben Dan, and his colleagues who from the Black Attorneys of the Legal Aid Caucus in New York, published this editorial, “Racial Progress Needs Systemic Change, Not a Rare Conviction” in The New York Law Journal’s digital … Continue reading On Derek Chauvin’s Conviction
Join us on Thursday April 15 @1PM for a conversation with Dr. Yomaira Figueroa Vasquez, a scholar of U.S. Latinx Caribbean, Afro-Latinx, and Afro-Hispanic literature and culture, and author of Decolonizing Diasporas: Radical Mappings of Afro-Atlantic Literature. She will be in conversation with Baruch students … Continue reading Yomaira Figueroa Vasquez on Thursday, April 15 @1PM
by Malachi Davidson BC ’22 Happy Birthday, Bob Marley! 71 years ago today, a legend was born on the Island of Jamaica, and they would go on to become the most iconic reggae artists and leaders that this world has … Continue reading Happy Birthday Bob Marley, Buffalo Soldier
As we prepare for the start of a new semester, we hope this poem by Professor Lewin will inspire you to win. This what we do. “FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION” by Dr. Arthur Lewin Tell me, how is … Continue reading We’re Gonna Win