Conversaciones sobre belleza con las mujeres hermosas de Puebla

Posted by Alejandra Vela- PhD Student at Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literatures, NYU Uno de los elementos más importantes de mi viaje a México era no sólo encontrar las revistas femeninas que conformarán mi principal archivo para la tesis, sino analizar los espacios de sociabilidad en los que éstas se encuentran y conservan. Como parte deContinue reading “Conversaciones sobre belleza con las mujeres hermosas de Puebla”

Confidences in La Lagunilla Market: Tracing the Untold Story of Female Magazines in Mid-Century Mexico

Posted by Alejandra Vela- PhD Student at Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literatures, NYU Mexican Miracle was the name given to the years that extend from 1940 to 1970 in Mexican recent history. Years of development, industry and a strong economy, Mexico was in a moment of unprecedented growth. Within this growth and restructuring of theContinue reading “Confidences in La Lagunilla Market: Tracing the Untold Story of Female Magazines in Mid-Century Mexico”

CLACS Students’ Articles Appear on Digital News Networks

Three Latin American and Caribbean Studies and Journalism dual-degree students had articles published on major digital news outlets this week. Nicki Fleischner’s article, titled “Alternatives to Detention Leave Some Honduran Immigrants in ‘Schackles“ appears on the Latin America News Dispatch. In her piece, Fleischner follows a Garífuna woman living in the Bronx who is forced toContinue reading “CLACS Students’ Articles Appear on Digital News Networks”