¿Qué Pasa, Ohio State? (Spring 2017)
Macías, Luis Fernando
Benites, Kenia Lizbeth Ponce
Tzitzún, Elena Costello
Amador, K. J.
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Other Titles:¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Spring 2017)
Publisher:Ohio State University
Citation:¿Qué Pasa, Ohio State?, vol. 25, no. 2 (Spring 2017)
Issue includes: "Elegy for a Dying Race, a Public Nuisance" by Laura Esposto; "The Color of My Skin" by Peter John-Baptiste; La Mano del Destino, A True Mexican Hero" by Maria Emery; "Manuel Jacquez Directs William Shakespeare's The Tempest" by Victoria Muñoz; "Long Stories Cut Short: Fictions from the Borderlands, LASER Founder and Distinguished Professor Frederick Aldama's First Fiction Book is a Must-Read" by Miguel Valerio; "Decolonizing Film Studies 101: A Global Approach to Cinema" by Danielle Orozco; "Latinidad and Jewishness: Days of Awe by Achy Obejas" by Jonathan Branfman; "ICYMI: Princess Nokia's Afro-Latinidad" by Sal Isoke; "Patricia Valoy: Latina engineer and life saver" by Neil Ramírez; "LASER Scholar Playlist" by Kenia Lizbeth Ponce Benites; "Qhapaq Raymi Perupi" by Daniel Runnels; "Quechua Simi" by Guillermo López-Prieto; "Teaching Quechua Using Features of Online Instruction and Community Learning" by Mark Kolat; "Art in the Short North" by Jeannette Martinez; "Linguistic Profiling and Discrimination at OSU" by Swati Vijaya and Elena Costello Tzitzún; "A Conversation with Jennicet Gutiérrez" by Neil Ramírez; "Quechua Jarawi" by Caroline Shipley; "Un Pueblo Unido Jamás Será Vencido" by Sinai Cruz-Santos; "Where is Lady Liberty?" by Chris Vasquez; "Polishing" by K. J. Amador; "San Juan" by Isabel Graham-Torrez; "Belonging" by Christina Flores; "Fútbol and a Perfect Place" by Amanda Torres; "Educational trip to Cuba" by Chris Torres; "Self-Identification Essay" by Jessica Camacho; and "On a Mission of Latinx Student Success" by Chris Torres.
The Color of My Skin (Poem) -- La Mano del Destino -- William Shakespeare's The Tempest -- Teaching Quechua -- Linguistic Profiling and Discrimination at OSU -- Conversation with Jennicet Gutiérrez -- How do you Self-Identify? -- Belonging.
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