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A person holding an alligator to their chest, their chest bare, and they’re looking straight into the camera with serious eyes. A person holding an alligator to their chest, their chest bare, and they’re looking straight into the camera with serious eyes.
FUNDarte Workshop

From May 9 to 22, 2024

FUNDarte invites performers (ethnic, urban, vogue, contemporary, classical, or other forms of dance) of all genders and sexualities to participate in a new stage project between the United States and Mexico with the participation of Contenidos Artísticos.

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Bordando Esperanza in Miami. Bordando esperanza en Miami.

Lowe Connects: the Indigenous Surrealism of Jorge Dominguez Cruz

Mexican Indigenous artist Jorge Dominguez Cruz discusses his influences which range from his Tenek-Huasteco roots and culture, to the Mexican muralists, to Salvador Dali’s Surrealistic style. This discussion was led by Dr. Chrissy Arce, Director of American Studies.

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Course, Fall 2017. Religious and Cultural (In)tolerance in Contemporary America: AMS 325 J, Taught by Sanford Bohrer, Esq., Partner at Holland & Knight.
The University of Miami Program in American Studies is proud of the civic work its students do as part of its internship requirement. 

The American Studies program is pleased to announce the launch of the Michael Carlebach Prize in American Studies.

Click here to view a list of upcoming events and speakers.
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