Pandemic Solidarity: Mutual Aid and Research in the Covid 19 Crisis featuring Professor Magali Rabasa
Pandemic Solidarity: Mutual Aid and Research in the Covid 19 CrisisAs we approach the one year anniversary of U.S. lockdowns in response to the global pandemic, join Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies Magalí Rabasa as she talks about the book she helped edit and co-author. Pandemic Solidarity is a collection of firsthand experiences from around the world, centered on people creating their own stories of community, solidarity, and mutual aid in the time of COVID-19.
Tuesday, March 30, 2021
5:00 p.m. (PST), Virtual lecture followed by Q&A
This event will take place over Zoom.
More about the speaker:
Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies Magalí Rabasa joined the faculty of Lewis & Clark College in 2016. She received her PhD from the University of California, Davis in Cultural Studies with an emphasis in Feminist Theory and Research in 2014. Her teaching focuses on social movements and popular media, as well as feminist and postcolonial studies in the Americas, with a particular focus on the US, Mexico, Bolivia, and Argentina.
Professor Rabasa was one of 18 co-editors of Pandemic Solidarity. She was responsible for co-authoring the chapter on North America, which includes 13 interviews with activists in Mexico, Canada, and the United States. She conducted 4 interviews and edited several others.
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