4.20 Bringing Inclusion to our Community-Engaged Pedagogy

Dr. Lucía Osa-Melero, a Center faculty member, will be co-hosting the Gaultier talk on Wednesday, April 20, 2022 from 12-1pm. This session will showcase the creative ways that Gautier Fellows and other community-engaged faculty across campus intentionally imbed inclusion in their pedagogy. Register for the talk via this link.

3.29 Oxana Bayer: The Aftermath of Soviet Repression in Ukraine

Fulbrigh Scholar and visiting professor in the Department of Psychology, Oxana Bayer, will be giving a talk on the lived experiences of people in Soviet Ukraine on Tues, March 29 @ 3pm in Fisher Hall room 625.

3.30-4.1 Rachael Cerrotti at Duquesne University

With the Social Justice Reading Club, the Center presents programing for We Share the Same Sky: A Memoir of Memory and Migration with author Rachael Cerrotti, focusing on the themes of migration, displacement and refugees. Please register for the event. This event will take place Thursday, March 31 from 4pm - 5:30pm.

3.16 Brown Bag Lunch

In the Berger Gallery (207 CH) on Wednesday, March 16 from 12-1pm. The discussion session is for students interested in doing research in the intersectional domains of migration studies. The informal event gives them an opportunity to share their research ideas with faculty and gather tools and insights to develop a research plan. Email if you are interested.

2.24 Human Rights Film Series co-sponsored with the Deparment of Modern Languages

The Center is co-sponsoring the film, Building the American Dream, with the Modern Languages Department.
Thurs, 2.24 @ 7pm in College Hall 105 with speaker presentation by Eddie Bonilla to follow.


Speaker Series: co-sponsored with the Department of Modern Languages

9.23.21 Fernando Valverde: Poet & Assistant Professor of Spanish, General Faculty University of Virginia, College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences

10.14.21 Oswaldo Estrada: Author presentation of new publication - Las Guerras Perdidas