The Center for Mexican American Studies presents the 2011 Jovita González Memorial Lectures in the Arts and Humanities, featuring lectures by faculty associates who are either in their first year of service at the university or who have been recently promoted to tenure or full professor.
The lineup of speakers include:
"Narrative Borderlands: Using the Personal Essay to Navigate the Distance between Fact and Fiction," by Oscar Casares, associate professor of English.
"Portable Murals: The Art and Outreach of Children's Book Press in 1970s San Francisco," by Cary Cordova, assistant professor of American studies.
"Literary Revolutions: American Indian Writers and Indigenous Mexico," by James Cox, associate professor of English.
Reception to follow.