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Traditions in Diaspora: Preserving and Reworking Cultural Practices

This is the fifth program in the six-part UCLA Library International & Area Studies (IAS) Diasporas: Transnational Migrations, Spaces, and Identities series.

Tuesday, April 18, 2023

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (Pacific Time)
Zoom
Registration Required


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The UCLA Library’s International & Area Studies (IAS) Department presents Diasporas: Transnational Migrations, Spaces, and Identities. This six-part program series explores the various reasons for migration, the experiences of migrants and their descendants, the creation of communities in their new homelands, the negotiation of identities and belonging, and the preservation and transformation of traditions. For details, refer to the series guide.  

Traditions are closely tied to specific environments and cultures, and emigrants are disconnected from these when they move. This program explores how diasporas preserve, transform, or amalgamate cultural practices in their new countries.

Speakers:

  • Floridalma Boj Lopez, Assistant Professor of Chicana/o and Central American Studies, UCLA (Tovaangar)
  • Maureen Duru, Founder, The Food Bridge
  • Katarzyna WÄ…sowska & Marianne WÄ…sowska, Artists

Moderator: Thuy Vo Dang, Assistant Professor of Information Studies, UCLA (Tovaangar)

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Sponsor(s): Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Center for Study of International Migration, UCLA International Institute, UCLA Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Campus Resource Center, UCLA Library; Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law

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