Lecture by sociologist Jose Juan Olvera from Universidad Regiomontana of Monterrey, Mexico.
In this talk, Dr. José Juan Olvera describes and analyzes two of the most important youth music cultures of northeastern Mexico, cumbia colombiana and rap. The presentation emphasizes the role that music plays in the identity formation and life styles of urban youth in Monterrey. Finally, Dr. Olvera examines the reasons why local youth appear to be switching preferences from cumbia colombiana to rap music.
Light lunch provided
Cost: Free and open to the public
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