What does it mean to keep faith with poetry, to link art with activism? What is social justice? What is poetic justice? How are these issues addressed locally in Virginia, Washington, Willimantic, Medellin, Isla Negra, Chicago and along the US Mexico border? What role does globalization play? These are the questions Hispanic Studies faculty and students are answering in their research and their poetry. Some of our work is posted here. Click on comments to read it.
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Longo, Teresa . “A Poet’s Place … from Macchu Picchu to a Starbuck’s Parking Lot.”
Goergen, Juana and Silvia Tandeciarz. “Reconquista / Reconquest.”
Ressler, Robert. “Untitled.”
Corcoran, Kristen. “Machu Picchu is Closed Today.”
Russell, Mary. “why I should have listened to mom and majored in computer science.”