Charlas con Café: Immigrant Songs: The Romance of Migration in U.S., Canadian and Mexican Music from Show Tunes through Hip-Hop

Charlas con Café | Co-sponsored with the UA Department of History

Anne Rubenstein is Professor of History at York University, Toronto, where she is also a fellow of the Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean. She specializes in gender history, cultural history, media history, and the history of Mexico. She is the author of one monograph (Bad Language, Naked Ladies, and Other Threats to the Nation: A Political History of Comic Books in Mexico) and numerous book chapters and articles. She co-edited Fragments of a Golden Age: The Politics of Culture in Mexico After 1940 (with Gil Joseph and EricZolov) and Masculinity and Sexuality in Modern Mexico (with Víctor Macías-González) , as well as the co-editing of two special editions of journals (Transformative Works and Cultures, with Nancy Reagin, on the history of fan cultures; Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos, with Gabriela Cano, Pamela Fuentes, and Nichole Sanders, on the history of sexuality in modern Mexico City.) Her most recent work concerns
gender, sex, and movie audiences in Mexico across the twentieth century.


1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 21, 2020

Event Contacts

Charlas con Café: Feb. 21 at 1pm in Marshall 340