Friday, January 29 at 1:00pm
Dr. Julio Capó will give an overview of US immigration policy since the 1890s as it pertains to queer folks and focus on how Latinx people challenged it along the way.
Dr. Julio Capó, Jr. is a transnational historian whose research and teaching interests include modern U.S. history, especially the United States’s relationship to the Caribbean and Latin America. He addresses how gender and sexuality have historically intersected with constructions of ethnicity, race, class, nation, age, and ability. He teaches introductory and specialized courses on all these subjects, as well as courses on public history.
Register via Zoom: https://tinyurl.com/Undesirables-JCapo