​A​uthor and professor Lorraine López, from Vanderbilt University, joins the Podcast from the South team in North Carolina for this inaugural episode focusing on the South, Southerness, and Latinos and Latinas.

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West New York, NJ: A Reflective Dossier of Scholarly Formation

Three Latina scholars from the town of West New York, N.J. mull over their North Hudson (or “NoHu”) location where, according to the New York Times, “working class grit and Manhattan glitz meet.” West New York, in the borderlands between… Read More

In My Suegro’s Path: A 1951 Crónica

Imagine two people—son-in-law and father-in-law—sitting in a microvan. Both are surprised and chagrined to be living in Texas. And now we are going on an all-day medical field trip together. At age 82, my suegro, Solomon Cordova, Jr., relied on… Read More

The South, Southerness, and Latinos and Latinas: What are Their Intersections?

Author and professor Lorraine López, from Vanderbilt University, joins the Podcast from the South team in North Carolina for this inaugural episode focusing on the South, Southerness, and Latinos and Latinas. The South’s distinctiveness, López tells the hosts, can be… Read More