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Events Spring 2011

February

February 10,  2011 - Puerto Rican/Latino Faculty Reception
Honoring:
• Faculty Retirees
• Faculty Promotions
• New Faculty
President’s Conference, East Building, 17th floor

February 17, 2011 - Research Seminar: The Puerto Rican Case: Emi/Immigration, “Blanqueamiento” and the Trek North and its
Implication for the Afro-Latina/o Diaspora

Presenter: Arlene Torres
Centro Conference Room 1442, East Building, 14th floor

 March

March 4, 2011 - Meet the author: Luis Flores Arquitecto/Luis Flores Architect

Author: Luis Flores, FAIA
Introduction: Warren James, Architect
Remarks: Prof. Jorge Otero-Pailos, GSAPP, Columbia University
Faculty Dining Room, Hunter College, West Building, 8th floor 

 

March 23, 2011 - Meet the author: Puerto Rican Citizen: History and Political Identity in the 20th Century N.Y.C.

Author: Lorrin Thomas
Panelists: Edgardo Meléndez, Aldo Lauria Santiago, Edna Acosta-Belén
Chanin Center, B126 (On the subway level of the West Building,
Enter through the street level West Building Main Entrance)

 April

April 1, 2011 - Letras:Boricua Diaspora Poets: An Intergenerational
Conversation

Moderator: Pedro López Adorno
Faculty Dining Room, Hunter College, West Building, 8th floor

  

April 6, 2011 - Research Seminar: Migration and Political Resocialization

Presenter: Carlos Vargas Ramos
Centro Conference Room 1442, East Building, 14th floor

  

 

April 14, 2011 - Research Seminar : Farewell to the Middle Class

Presenter: Emilio Pantoja-Garcia
Centro Conference Room 1442, East Building,14th floor

 

  

April 27, 2011 - Forum: Building Entrepreneurs and Growing
Scalable Businesses among Puerto Ricans and other New York Latino Communities

Panelists: María Otero, Myrna Rivera, George Herrera
Faculty Dining Room, Hunter College, West Building, 8th floor

 May

May 5, 2011 - CONFERENCE: Culto y Vida: A Conference on Religiosity
and Puerto Rican Studies
• Institutionalized Religion and Lived Religious Experience
• Unfolding of Religiosity among Puerto Ricans in New York City:
Awakening and Mobilization
• Comparative Approaches to Study of Religion: Inter-Christian,
Heterodoxical Practices: Neo Taino, Santeria, Etc.
Faculty Dining Room, Hunter College, West Building, 8th floor

 

May 11, 2011 - Research Seminar: Profile of the Puerto Rican Population in United States and Puerto Rico: 2008

Presenter: Sonia G. Collazo U.S. Census Bureau
Centro Conference Room 1442, East Building, 14th floor

 

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