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Is a Romani Life Worth a Hill of Beans?

Why is it then, that Ahmaud and Manuel —an African American and a Romani— were presumed to be thieves? Why is it so hard for some people to believe that Ahmaud was only jogging and Manuel was only taking a walk with his son?» By Annabel Carballo Mesa and Mariana

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Dissertation Spotlight: Christina McCoy

This is the first post in what I’m hoping will become a semi-regular series of dissertation spotlights. I’ve got two purposes in mind with this series. First, obviously, I want to highlight some of the Spanish & Portuguese Department’s most talented and smartest grad students, and give their projects some

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