The Black Latinx Americas xLab is a research hub that organizes and inspires new research activity in Black Latinx and Black Latin American studies. The “x” represents the intersections of race, gender, sexuality with the digital, public, and interdisciplinary. The lab functions as an incubator for new ideas, methods, and praxis. We invite scholars, both graduate students and faculty, from the humanities and other disciplines in developing interdisciplinary, vertically integrated research projects. The lab seeks to foster both formal collaboration and informal exchange, as well as the sharing of technological resources that enable lab participants to experiment with new research methods, new lines of inquiry, and new ways of engaging audiences at Rutgers and beyond.
BLACK LATINX AMERICAS xLAB
Critical Fabulations of Blackness, Gender & the Archive
Dr. Omaris Z. Zamora, Department of Latino and Caribbean Studies
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