Hurricane María & Coatlicue: Possibilities for a New Boricua Consciousness
LocationMood-Bridwell Hall, Atrium
Date & Time5:00pm CDT October 28, 2019
ContactDr. Katherine Howard
5:00pm CDT October 28, 2019
Mood-Bridwell Hall, Atrium
Speaker bio: Taina Figueroa is a PhD candidate in Philosophy at Emory University in Atlanta. Her current research is primarily concerned with conversations in philosophy of race, Latinx and Latin American philosophy, and Caribbean philosophy. She is also a Program Coordinator at Emory University’s Office for Racial and Cultural Engagement (R.A.C.E.), the founder of Emory’s Latinx Graduate Student Association (LGSA), and the founder of #PrendeCiales, a non-profit launched as part of the relief effort in Puerto Rico post-Hurricane Maria.