Public Talks


Interdisciplinary Speaker Series: “Puerto Rico in Crisis”

organized by Mónica Jiménez, with help from Ted Gordon AADS, John Gonzalez at CMAS, Karen Engle at the Rapoport Center for Human Rights

forthcoming in 2018

 

Public Talk:

“Rethinking Sovereignty in the Face of Crisis:

  Lessons from the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party”

by Mónica Jiménez, Assistant Professor in the Department of African & African Diaspora Studies

March 28, 2018 (postponed) SRH 1.313, Hosted by LLILAS BENSON

 

Podcast:

“Rebuilding Puerto Rico”

by Alberto A. Martínez, Professor, Department of History, UT Austin

https://soundcloud.com/thedailytexan/pale-blue-dot-rebuilding-puerto-rico

March 8, 2018, Pale Blue Dot, Daily Texan Podcast, interview by Albert Zhao

 

Public Talk:

“Puerto Rico in Never-Never Land: Questions of Law and Sovereignty in the Age of Promesa”

by Mónica Jiménez, Assistant Professor, Department of African & African Diaspora Studies

https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/cwgs/events/45123

March 6, 2018, Center for Women’s & Gender Studies, Glickman Conference Center

 

Lecture:

“La Resistencia: Art, Socio-Politics, and Afro–Puerto Rican Womanhood”

Beth Colón Pizzini, graduate student, Department of African and African Diaspora Studies

https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/llilas/events/event.php?id=42078

October 5, 2016 | LLILAS, GWB 4.112

 

Lecture:

“Racial Identity Attitudes and Ego Identity Development in Dominican and Puerto Rican College Students”

Delida Sanchez, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology

https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/llilas/events/event.php?id=39829

February 4, 2016, LLILAS, Hackett Room, SRH 1.313

 

Poetry Forum:

“Am-e-Rícans: First Poéticas para el Siglo XXI Poetry Forum”

Invited poets: Urayoán Noel, Mara Pastor, and Willie Perdomo.

Organized by Prof. César Salgado, Prof. Luis Cárcamo-Huechante and Prof. Jossianna Arroyo-Martínez

April 22, 2011, UT Austin

 

Lecture:

“Tropical Flanerie in an Off-White City: The FDR Boulevard and Colonial Modernity in San Juan, Puerto Rico, since World War II’”

Prof. Luis Figueroa, Trinity College, Distinguished Speakers in Latin American History Series

February 20, 2008, Department of History, Governors’ Room, Texas Union 3.116

 

Lecture:

“The Politics of Archival Suppression and Recovery in Puerto Rico: On Editing Lola Rodríguez de Tió’s New York Epistolary (1896-1899)”

César Salgado, Associate Professor, Dept. Spanish and Portuguese, Program in Comp. Literature

December 3, 2004, LLILAs Faculty Fellows Breakfast

 

Public Talk:

“Talk on the Puerto Rican poet Luis Palés Matos”

César Salgado, Associate Professor, Dept. Spanish and Portuguese, Program in Comp. Literature

October 2, 2000, Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance Company

 

Conference:

“1898 Revisited: Culture, Archive, and Diaspora After the Spanish-American War”

César Salgado, Associate Professor, Dept. Spanish and Portuguese, Program in Comp. Literature

November 13-14, 1998, UT ILAS and Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese.

 

Panel Discussion:
“Puerto Rico and the Caribbean in ‘98.”

César Salgado, Associate Professor, Dept. Spanish and Portuguese, Program in Comp. Literature

April 21, 1998, Austin Community College (Río Grande Campus), Foreign Language Dept.

 

Lecture:

“Archivos Encontrados: Edgardo Rodríguez Juliá o los Diablejos de la Historiografía Puertorriqueña”

César Salgado, Associate Professor, Dept. Spanish and Portuguese, Program in Comp. Literature

February 11, 1997, UT Department of Spanish Faculty Lecture Series

 

Poetry Reading:

“Nuyorican” poet Martín Espada

Organized by César Salgado, Associate Professor, Dept. Spanish and Portuguese, Program in Comp. Literature

February 22, 1996, Depts. Spanish & Portuguese, English, and ILAS Caribbean Working Group

 

Roundtable:

“Just Said No: A Panel on United States and Puerto Rico Relations After the 1993 Plebiscite.”

Roundtable with Juan Manuel García Passalacqua (Puerto Rican Political Analyst), Carlos Pavón (History Prof., University of Puerto Rico); Federico Subervi (Professor of RTF, UT Austin). Organized by César Salgado, Associate Professor, Dept. Spanish and Portuguese,

March 28, l994, Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese and ILAS Caribbean Working Group.