July 27 - November 16
17 to 19 hours (Mexico City’s time zone)
A multidisciplinary analysis of the construction of identities from power
For all public
Register at: https://forms.gle/
Deadline for registration: July 26th, 2021
Participants will obtain a certificate with 80% of attendance.
It is not necessary to have completed the first part of the course.
The sessions will be taught live in English, without translation, at the Institute of Aesthetic
Research Zoom Chanel, from 17 to 19 hours (Mexico City’s time zone), according to the following
Unseen Art and the Growth of Inequality in Mesoamerica
Claudia Brittenham, University of Chicago
Mapping, Identity, and Power
Dr. James Akerman, The Newberry Library
Chicana Feminist Digital Humanities: Precarity as Praxis
Dr. Linda García Merchant, University of Houston
Abstraction and Identity in Mid-Twentieth-Century South America
Megan Sullivan, University of Chicago
Queering Faith: Subverting Hegemonic Christian Formulations
Dr. Héctor García Chávez y Dr. Evan Marsolek, University of Loyola at Chicago
The access will be limited for only registered participants.
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