Fellows' Presentation, Virtual Event

Latinx Modernism and the Spirit of Latinoamericanismo

Photo courtesy of John Alba CutlerPhoto courtesy of John Alba Cutler

Part of the 2020–2021 Fellows' Presentation Series

Lecture by John Alba Cutler RI '21

Free and open to the public.


At the Radcliffe Institute, John Alba Cutler will be working on a new book examining the prodigious literary archive of early-20th-century Spanish-language newspapers in the United States. Newspapers in Latinx communities from New York to San Diego published tens of thousands of poems, short stories, chronicles, and serialized novels. These works show how Latinx communities grappled with the collision of Latin American and US modernities long before the advent of what we think of as “modern” Latinx literature.


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Live closed captioning will be available for this webinar.