Author: Angie Hagerty

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Lucia Suarez receives award from the Dance Studies Association for her recently published book

Lucia Suarez, associate professor of Spanish and director of the US Latino/a Studies Program, has received a special citation from the Dance Studies Association for her book “Dancing Bahia: Essays on Afro-Brazilian Dance, Education, Memory and Race.” The special citation is an honor that is bestowed to acknowledge excellence in the dance studies field. The … Continue reading Lucia Suarez receives award from the Dance Studies Association for her recently published book

CATEGORIES: Published

Craig Rood’s After Gun Violence: Deliberation and Memory in an Age of Political Gridlock

Mass shootings have become the “new normal” in American life. The same can be said for the public debate that follows a shooting: blame is cast, political postures are assumed, but no meaningful policy changes are enacted. In After Gun Violence, Craig Rood argues that this cycle is the result of a communication problem. Without … Continue reading Craig Rood’s After Gun Violence: Deliberation and Memory in an Age of Political Gridlock