The Latinx, Indigenous, and the Americas Graduate Class: Geography, Pedagogy, and Power

@article{Rossini2018TheLI,
  title={The Latinx, Indigenous, and the Americas Graduate Class: Geography, Pedagogy, and Power},
  author={Jon D. Rossini},
  journal={Theatre Journal},
  year={2018},
  volume={70},
  pages={443 - 445}
}
  • Jon D. Rossini
  • Published 31 January 2019
  • Political Science
  • Theatre Journal
We are in a cultural moment where conversations around the operations of power shift into the legitimacy of government authority and the question of action and its appropriate place and time. With heightened attention to immigration issues and increasingly brutal forms of questioning the social and cultural status of undocumented immigrants, legal residents, and even naturalized citizens comes outrage at changing practices and attitudes that shift without careful reflection or attention to… 

The History and Evolution of the Term Latinx

Cristobal Salinas Jr., PhD, is an associate professor in the Educational Leadership and Research Methodology Department at Florida Atlantic University. His research promotes access and equality in

The Complexity of the “x” in Latinx: How Latinx/a/o Students Relate to, Identify With, and Understand the Term Latinx

The usage of term Latinx has gained popularity in higher education settings. This study documents how 34 Latinx/a/o students relate to, identify with, and understand the term Latinx. Participants