Mexico & The US: Identity, Stereotypes, and Social Media

Panelists include: Rubn Flores, American Studies; Germaine Halegoua, Film & Media Studies; and Emilio Chapela Prez, Artist in Residence. Moderated by Danny Anderson, CLAS Dean.
Mexico & The US: Identity, Stereotypes, and Social Media
A panel discussion related to cultural exchange and understanding between America and Mexico.
January 25, 2013
11:00 am
Spooner Hall, The Commons
7858644213
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