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First name: 
Gustavo
Last name: 
Jimenez
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Gustavo Jiménez is a current Ph.D. Candidate in Latin American, Iberian and Latino Cultures at The Graduate Center, CUNY. His doctoral work is on the significance of Latin America in the formation of modern Basque literature identity in the context of contemporary debates in “World Literature”.

He holds an BA from the University of the Basque Country, and a Masters in Spanish from Western Michigan University. In 2015, he received the Basque Literary Prize Finalist award for his short novel “Moradero.”

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Dissertation to First Book Talk

Dissertation to First Book Talk

October 27 2021
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Free and open to the public: RSVP here Ken Wissoker, Senior Executive Editor at Duke University Press and Director of Intellectual Publics at The Graduate Center (CUNY), will discuss the difference between a dissertation and a book, and the process of turning a Ph.D. dissertation into a first book...
How to be a Humanist in Tech

How to be a Humanist in Tech

September 24 2021
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Free RSVP Join us on September 24, at 3pm for a webinar where Lisa Tagliaferri, Erin Glass, Jeanelle Horcasitas and Michelle A. McSweeney will share practical advice based on their first-hand experience for those Humanities students interested in pursuing a career in the tech industry. As more and...
Welcome New HASTAC Scholars

Welcome New HASTAC Scholars

December 4 2020
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Free RSVP Join HASTAC Co-Directors Adashima Oyo and FI Fellow Shaun Lin in an introductory Digital Friday to welcome the new cohort of HASTAC Scholars. They will discuss the benefits of HASTAC Scholars and upcoming opportunities. They will also answer any questions Scholars have about the program...
Is Meek Mill a Critical Race Theorist?

Is Meek Mill a Critical Race Theorist?

May 8 2020
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Free RSVP . For 11 years, rapper Meek Mill has either been in jail or on probation. Today at the age of 32, Meek Mill is well aware of the legal system and the impact it has not only on his life, but of “Young Black America.” Meek, who has been rapping since he was an adolescent, has lyrically...
Enriching STEM: Creating Equity in and Beyond the Lab

Enriching STEM: Creating Equity in and Beyond the Lab

March 12 2020
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Join the Futures Initiative and IRADAC , on Thursday Mar 12 from 12-1pm at The Graduate Center (Room 3317), to discuss the ways that public science initiatives throughout New York City are working to improve equity in STEM. This participatory session will bring together people and groups building...
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Introduction to Participatory Design

Introduction to Participatory Design

February 21 2020
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In this webinar, we will discuss Participatory Design as a way of conducting research and action projects. Participatory Design is a creative field driven by the interactions between researchers and users of technology, who come together to explore, envision and craft technology-enabled systems,...
Being a Scholar in Public

Being a Scholar in Public

February 13 2020
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On Thursday, February 13, from 12pm to 1pm at The Graduate Center (Room 3317), FI Fellow Siqi Tu will be joined by FI Co-director Katina Rogers, FI Fellow Cihan Tekay and English PhD Student Robert Yates to explore the intersection of scholarly work and public engagement. The discussion will be...
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