Aficionados Speakers Series: BL 4
Thursday, Dec. 6, noon

“From Potosí to Tennessee: Clandestine Desires and the Sounds of Crossing.”
by Alex E. Chávez

In this lecture, Alex E. Chávez addresses how huapango arribeño music voices desires of recognition and connection among Mexican migrants. Chávez argues these notions of selfhood are inextricably linked to the transnational experiences, needs, and desires of Mexican migrants, all of which disturb both legal and cultural-nationalist logics on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.

To make a reservation for any of the lunch lectures, please call (719) 389-6334 or e-mail swshulbert@coloradocollege.edu

Gaylord Hall, main floor of Worner Campus Center, 902 N. Cascade Ave.
*Admission: $5 Registration Fee*

Space is limited to 100 registrants

Reservations are required by the Friday before each luncheon.

Posted by asintas@coloradocollege.edu for the December 1, 2018 digest.

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