BLS Professor Regina Bernard recently spoke with Michelle and Suzzane Rousseau, cook book authors and owners of SummerHouse restaurant in Kingston, Jamaica. In honor of Caribbean Heritage Month, they spoke with Alumni about the rich variation of Caribbean foodways, they … Continue reading Caribbean Pride, Caribbean Food!
Introduction by Professor Rojo Robles The following stories are historical fiction created by students of my course LTS/BLS/LACS 4902 Latin America and the Caribbean: Cultures and Societies. In the class and in the assignment the students were surveying key points … Continue reading Caribbean Historical Fictions Written by BLS Students
The Robert C. Weaver Society & SOMOS present a Caribbean Heritage Month Event In Conversation with the authors of Provisions: The Roots of Caribbean Cooking Tuesday, May 18, 2021 6:00PM – 7:30PM Zoom Join BLS Associate Professor … Continue reading The Roots of Caribbean Food–May 18 @6PM
Y’all might recall Professor Regina Bernard’s powerful essay, “Why We Can’t Breathe,” about George Floyd’s murder. Here’s a recent essay, “In Inhale,” about Derek Chauvin’s murder conviction. Both were published in 433. “In Inhale” by Regina Bernard-Carreno “I sit in … Continue reading “In Inhale” by Professor Regina Bernard
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