The Border Project continues to examine borders through interdisciplinary perspectives throughout the month of October with musical events and intellectual lectures. The project embarks on a campus-wide interrogation of border issues, particularly those surrounding the U.S.-Mexico border, drawing from the humanities, social sciences, journalism, and visual arts (all housed in Wilkinson College). Take a look at the October schedule below.
- October 10th | 4:00PM | Cross Cultural Center, Argyros Forum, Third Floor
“Fandangos, Borders, Guacamayas and Resistance: Documenting the Daily Accords of Our Communities.” Dr Rodriguez, College of Educational Studies, will present information and music from Fandango Fronterizo, an annual event where musicians from both sides of the U.S./Mexico border play music and share experiences.
- October 17th | 7:00PM | Folino Theater, Marion Knott Studios, Dodge College of Film & Media Arts
“Documenting Clandestine Movement: A Conversation on the Ethics of Photoethnography along the Undocumented Migration Trail.” Featuring MacArthur Fellow Dr. Jason De León (Department of Anthropology and Chicana/o Studies, UCLA) and Michael Wells (Photographer), and Dr. Stephanie Takaragawa (Department of Sociology, Chapman University).
- October 21st | 2:30PM | Wallace All-Faiths Chapel, Fish Interfaith Center
“The Borders of Identity: Persona in Poetry” with Vandana Khanna. Courtesy of Tabula Poetica.
- October 24th | 4:00PM | Argyros Forum, Room 209C
“Liberating Stories of Resistance along the US/Mexico Border” with Dr. Michelle Téllez, Assistant Professor of Mexican American Studies at University of Arizona.