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Raffle prizes!

As you all know, our first Gilbert lecture is in 2 days! And as a reminder, we will also be having a raffle and give away 2 copies to the lucky winners. This is a really great opportunity for Caballero is a rare … Continue reading

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Raúl Coronado Recommends…

Raúl Coronado recommends : A Historical Novel, a feminist romance written by Jovita González and Margaret Eimer (pseudonym Eve Raleigh) in the 1930s and 40s and published in 1996 by Texas A&M University Press. This rare novel will be available at the September 27 … Continue reading

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Get ready for our first speaker!

I hope everyone is excited about our first speaker, Raul Coronado, coming to SMU in exactly two weeks! Remember to RSVP and get a free ticket to attend the event: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/4257690868?ref=ebtnebregn It’s really simple. Just click on ”Register,” fill out your … Continue reading

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Fall Lecture Series

Get excited for our Gilbert Lecture Series which is hosted by the English Department. It is a free lecture open to the public. Interested in Latino studies? Our first guest is Raúl Coronado (Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago) who focuses on Latina/o literary … Continue reading

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