Forgetting Joaquín: Rewriting John Rollin Ridge and the Story on Racial Masculinity [Canceled]

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Wednesday, April 8, 2020, 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm
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Please note: This event is canceled to help limit the potential exposure of novel coronavirus (COVID-19). For updated information on SF State’s response to COVID-19, visit the novel coronavirus information page.

José Alfaro gives a lecture as part of Studies in English: Here and Now, a series of talks by Bay Area academics. Free.

José Alfaro

José Alfaro’s research is centered on the emergence of “queer latinidades” in American literary history, as they exceed, open and disrupt the “Latino” arrival often choreographed around 19th-century American literatures and their respective border formations.

He earned his bachelor’s degree in English from SF State in 2014 and is a doctoral candidate at University of California, Riverside. Alfaro teaches at Cosumnes River College in Sacramento.

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Location: 
Humanities Building, Room 485
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Sponsor: 
English Language and Literature Department
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Summer Star