By: Sebastián Valenzuela. Tinker Visiting Professor School of Journalism and Mass Communication
By: Rosana Pinheiro Machado. Anthropologist, scholar, and writer. Specialized in the informal and illegal economy, poverty, and modernity in Brazil and China.
By: Margarita Orozco. Ph.D. Candidate, School of Journalism and Mass Comm. UW-Madison
By: Jacobo García. He is a journalist from El País Newspaper. Jacobo has been traveling with the migrants’ caravans and reporting the US border situation from México, El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua.
By: Norge Espinosa. Poet, critic, and playwright, Espinosa is also one of Cuba’s most visible gay activists, having organized events such as the Jornada de Arte Homoerótico, the first of its kind in the country (1998-2000), and, together with Víctor Fowler, the island’s first conference on Homoerotic Cuban Literature.
By: Lauren Bridges. Ph.D. specialist in the archaeology of Spanish colonialism in the Americas
By: Lucrecia Zappi, Brazilian author and Journalist
Understanding Translations of Queerness: Diving Deeper into Queer Transculturation & Alternative Uses of Queer Terminology in Latin America.
Aesthetics of Broken Bodies: Traces of XXth Century Latin American Visuality & Haptics on Estela dos Santos’ Literary Project.
By: Emi Frerichs and Ruth Llana Fernandez, Ph.D. Candidates Department of Spanish and Portuguese at UW-Madison
By: Bryan McCann. Professor Latin American History and Chair of the History Department at Georgetown University.
By: Sarah Wells. Associate Professor Department of Comparative Literature UW-Madison
Pending to Confirm