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PhD Student Kathryn (Pewenofkit) Bridwell-Briner Participates in Documenting Endangered Languages NSF workshop & Receives Native Voices Endowment Fellowship

February 26, 2018

PhD Student Kathryn (Pewenofkit) Bridwell-Briner was selected as one of 40 people in a highly competitive pool to participate in a DEL funded (Documenting Endangered Languages, NSF) workshop entitled, “Expanding Linguistic...

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PhD Students & Faculty Participate in Workshop with Angela Davis

February 13, 2018

PhD student participants of the Humanities and Social Justice Symposium were invited to take part in an exclusive workshop with Angela Davis. Participants read prepared selections of Davis’ work, and the 1-hour session...

PhD Student Rachel Copley Wins Award at Florida Communication Association Convention

February 13, 2018

PhD student Rachel Copley recently won the award for "Best Graduate Student Paper" at the annual Florida Communication Association Convention. Her paper is entitled "Of Cookies, Dresses and Sex: Consumable Prostitutes and...

PhD Student Carmen Duarte Interviewed on CNN En Vivo

February 13, 2018

PhD student Carmen Duarte, author of her most recent novel El inevitable rumbo de la brújula, was interviewed on CNN En Vivo on Friday, September 29. In her interview, she discusses writing in Cuba in the 1980's and her...

PhD Student Priscilla Renta Co-Edits Rhythm & Power: Performing Salsa in Puerto Rican and Latino Communities

February 13, 2018

PhD student Priscilla Renta’s co-edited issue of Centro Journal of Puerto Rican Studies, entitled Rhythm & Power: Performing Salsa in Puerto Rican and Latino Communities, was released this late August. Renta, alongside...