Monthly Archives: February 2013

Handout_The Rain God- Part 2

Romy Garcia & Victoria Breen The Rain God By Arturo Isilas (Part 2 pages 53-110)   Significant Events Miguel Grande and Juanita have their 25th Anniversary Uncle Felix is killed by a soldier Miguel Grande and Lola have a long-term … Continue reading

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Rafael L. Ramirez Handout

Outline of Presentation Presenters: John Wilkinson and Desiree Wimberly Rafael L. Ramirez (1935-2009?) Professor of Anthropology (Ret.) Senior Researcher at the HIV/AIDS Research and Education Center of the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Machismo Performance of a specific, hegemonic … Continue reading

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The Rain God pages 53-110

The Rain God Handout Presenters: Victoria Breen and Romy Garcia 1) Video of Latino assimilation patterns 2) We will pull quotes from themes and relationships 3) There will be a discussion question following each quote Significant Events – Miguel Grande … Continue reading

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The Rain God 159-180

The Rain God Hand Out Presenters: Emily M. Van Buren and Tori Breen THEMES: Family and Religion 1) Video of American vs. Mexican cultures 2) Emily will read quotes pulled from the last section of the book about the theme … Continue reading

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The Rain God (pg 113-156) & Padilla

By Lauren Carabetta & Sorlyz Pagán Latino masculinity is a socially constructed phenomenon. Latino men are supposed be aggressive, dominant, and the patriarch. By examining gender roles, you can see who fits and who does not fit in the stereotype … Continue reading

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How to email professors…

Here is an interesting blog post by Michael Leddy on the “proper” way to email professors (or anyone else if you want to sound professional in my opinion). Orange Crate Art: How to e-mail a professor: http://mleddy.blogspot.com/2005/01/how-to-e-mail-professor.html I would greatly … Continue reading

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Hombres y Machos Handout

Presenters: Iris Foley and Patrick Murphy About the Author, Alfredo Mirande Mirande’s explanations for Mexican hypermasculinity 1. result of the Spanish conquest 2. brought over by the Spaniards 3. the masculinity was already present in the natives Basics of the … Continue reading

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How to Insert PowerPoint (via SlideShare) to Course Blog

How to Insert PowerPoint (via SlideShare) to Course Blog. How to Insert PowerPoint (via SlideShare) to Course Blog Posted on October 1, 2012 by Jorge A. Castillo This video will show you how to save your PowerPoint for your discussion to … Continue reading

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The Rain God Handout

Ayaa Elgoharry and Prekiya Kennebrew The Rain God Handout Introduction Information about the author of the book Main character quick analyzes   Miguel Grande- Macho, shows that men are guiltless womanizers. Miguel Chico- Rebelled against his family traditions, first generation. … Continue reading

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John portrays the time his father showed affection towards him as a very convert aggressive experience. Although this was supposed to be a time where they would be have a positive and affectionate interaction Fausto really did not know how … Continue reading

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