The History of Red-Brown Journalism and Communications (Tuesday Talks lecture)
Date: October 6, 2009
Times: 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Location: Main Library
Contact: Research Support Librarians
Join us the first Tuesday of every month for Tuesday Talks @ the University Libraries, a new lecture series that utilizes library space as a neutral location for discussion, debate, and engagement with literature, current events, and social inquiry.
"The History of Red-Brown Journalism and Communications"
Professor Roberto Rodriguez, Mexican American Studies, The University of Arizona
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, "The History of Red-Brown Journalism and Communications" talk will include an examination of codices from the pre-Colombian era to writings from the 19th-20th century, and a discussion of media from the Chicano Movement of the sixties and seventies, with an emphasis on the role women have played in these efforts.
When: October 6, 2009
Where: Main Library, east lobby
Time: 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
See related UA News article: University Libraries' Tuesday Talks to Explore UA Research