El Café Latinx

By Latinx Digital Media

What are the experiences of being a Latinx or Latin American scholar in communication and media studies? What challenges and opportunities come with our identities? Pablo Boczkowski, who holds the Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani Chair In Communication at Northwestern University, and Mora Matassi, Ph.D. student at Northwestern and executive producer of this podcast, invite you to discover the journeys of scholars at the cutting edge of creating knowledge about Latinx and Latin American communication across the Americas. Podcast by the Center for Latinx Digital Media at Northwestern University.

  1. 1.
    32 - Matías Dodel and finding the doctoral program that works for you
    51:28
  2. 2.
    31 - Ingrid Bachmann and treating gender as a critical variable
    43:57
  3. 3.
    30 - Diana Leon-Boys and managing academic transitions during COVID
    1:02:55
  4. 4.
    29 - Isabel Molina-Guzmán and leading coalitions for change
    42:26
  5. 5.
    28 - Vanessa Díaz and questioning celebrity systems in academia
    46:48
  6. 6.
    27 - Natalia Aruguete & Ernesto Calvo and thinking from disagreement
    41:07
  7. 7.
    26 - Yonaira M. Rivera and communicating with different constituencies
    45:45
  8. 8.
    25 - Teresa Correa and building community in academia
    50:44
  1. 9.
    24 - Magdalena Saldaña and challenging the dominance of English in academia
    44:43
  2. 10.
    23 - Eugenia Mitchelstein and addressing power and inequality in academia
    45:33
  3. 11.
    22 - Lourdes M. Cueva Chacón and choosing research topics
    34:37
  4. 12.
    21- Ulises A. Mejias and engaging academia in public dialogue
    45:11
  5. 13.
    20 - Silvio Waisbord and developing a bifocal view of research in the globalized academia
    53:51
  6. 14.
    19 - Víctor García-Perdomo and emphasizing teaching in academic life
    33:11
  7. 15.
    18 - Clemencia Rodríguez and imagining alternative media
    59:09
  8. 16.
    17 - Yeidy M. Rivero and changing the canon
    35:53
  9. 17.
    16 - Mari Castañeda and communicating for social justice
    35:57
  10. 18.
    15 - Jillian Báez and explaining communication studies
    41:45
  11. 19.
    14 - Mary Beltrán and shaping more equitable futures
    41:07
  12. 20.
    13 - Arcelia Gutiérrez and thinking about tenure and promotion as junior faculty
    43:30
  13. 21.
    12 - Sebastián Valenzuela and understanding the field’s identity crisis
    51:58
  14. 22.
    11 - Hernan Galperin and the craft of grant writing
    40:00
  15. 23.
    10 - Mireya Márquez-Ramírez and being proud of a strong accent
    47:25
  16. 24.
    9 - Hernando Rojas and contextualization as a norm
    41:28
  17. 25.
    8 - Claudia Mellado and the art of collaboration
    45:36
  18. 26.
    7 - Arthur D. Soto-Vásquez and resilience in scholarly production
    39:38
  19. 27.
    6 - Ignacio Siles and going against double standards in academia
    44:43
  20. 28.
    5 - Jairo Lugo-Ocando and the story of a cab driver in Haiti
    54:25
  21. 29.
    4 - Rachel R. Mourão and globalization and its discontents
    54:21
  22. 30.
    3 - Angharad N. Valdivia and reimagining scholarly productivity
    44:03
  23. 31.
    2 - Hector Amaya and reading for promise
    52:02
  24. 32.
    1 - Jessica Retis and the power of mentorship
    49:59

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