The SCU College of Arts & Sciences is sponsoring a series of events exploring the tragedy of the 43 students in Iguala, Guerrero, Mexico who disappeared in September 2014 while in police custody. A Faculty and Student Panel will discuss the political and social events surrounding the atrocity: Alberto Ribas-Casasayas, Assistant Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies, SCU; Adrian Felix, Assistant Professor of Latina/o and Latin American Studies, UCSC (invited); Jennifer Gonzalez, undergraduate student, MEChA El Frente co-chair; Isaac Nieblas, undergraduate student, MEChA and Creating Progress at Home; Moderator: Anna Sampaio, Associate Professor and Director, Ethnic Studies.
When: Tuesday, January 12 @5 p.m.
Where: California Mission Room, Benson Center
For one night only, the historic Mission Santa Clara de Asís at Santa Clara University will reverberate with the electrifying world premiere of XLIII: A Contemporary Requiem, a performance honoring the memory of victims of violence.
When: January 15 @ 7:30 p.m.
Where: Mission Santa Clara