Global Awareness Series: Hispanic/Latino/e/x Identity

On Friday, Sep 30, 2022 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

This is a virtual event using Zoom

This Conference and Workshop is for Faculty and Staff

This is the second event of the president's professional development series and is dedicated to "Global Awareness Series: Hispanic/Latino/e/x Identity".

28% of Queensborough's students identify as Hispanic. Did you know that this QCC population includes representation from at least 13 countries and that differences in factors like racial identity, language, and immigration policies produce multi-layered complexities and diversity within this group? Join us, and learn more.

Photo of Aránzazu Borrachero Mendívil
Aránzazu Borrachero Mendívil is a digital humanist and activist on the collective memory of the Francoist dictatorship in Spain (1936-1975). Since 2012, she has been developing a digital archive, Mujer y Memoria, designed to house oral history projects with a gender perspective. She has co-curated with photographer Pedro Lange-Churión a multimedia exhibition, Duerma en ti (Valencia, 2019; Madrid, 2022), on the crime of the forced disappearance of newborns and minors during the Franco dictatorship and first years of democracy in Spain.

Photo of C. Julian Jiménez
C. Julian Jiménez (he/they) is a Queer, Puerto Rican/Dominican published and internationally produced playwright. They are a 7-year resident of New Dramatists and a resident artist for INTAR Theatre. Their play, Bruise & Thorn about two Queer Boricua cousins caught-up in an illegal cockfighting ring, was a "New York Times Critic's Pick" this past March. Julian is an Associate Professor of Theatre and Chair for the Department of Communication, Theatre, & Media Production at Queensborough Community College. ​

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