Latinos in the USA through Music: A Cultural History | Latin American & Latino Studies

Wednesday, September 23 at 5:00pm

Virtual Event

Latin American and Latino Studies Program


Speaker: Catalina Maria Johnson, Journalist

Music has always manifested a people's history, cultural roots and identity, and ours, as Latinos. This presentation focuses on a broad (and nonlinear) overview of the last 75 years of music in the Latino U.S. as a reflection of a hybrid identity we continue to forge in the cultural collisions of migration. 



Academics & Colleges

Target Audience

General Public, Undergrad Students, Graduate Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni, Parents & Families


College of Arts and Sciences, Interdisciplinary Programs Office, Latin American Studies
Contact Information

Office of Interdisciplinary Programs

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