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Latinxs in Kids Lit: “The Adventures of Chupacabra Charlie”—Reviewed by Elena Foulis

Reviewed by Elena Foulis SUMMARY FROM OHIO STATE PRESS: In their debut picture book, Frederick Luis Aldama and Chris Escobar invite young readers along on the adventures of Chupacabra Charlie, a polite, handsome, and unusually tall ten-year-old chupacabra yearning for adventure beyond the edge of los Estados Unidos. Little does Charlie know when he befriends [...]

Latinxs in Kids Lit: “The Adventures of Chupacabra Charlie”—Reviewed by Elena Foulis2020-05-12T21:26:17+00:00

WOSU: Sol-Con Comics Expo Encourages Minority Students To Tell Their Own Stories—by Debbie Holmes

Ohio State professor Frederick Aldama, co-creator and director of SOL-CON. Debbie Holmes / WOSU The growing racial diversity of Columbus inspired an Ohio State University English professor to create an exposition for black and brown comic artists and animators. Now in its fifth year, “SÕL-CON: The Brown and Black Comix Expo” brings together students, [...]

WOSU: Sol-Con Comics Expo Encourages Minority Students To Tell Their Own Stories—by Debbie Holmes2019-09-29T16:19:58+00:00

Narrative Encounters – Cognition and Chicanx Culture: An Interview with Frederick Luis Aldama—by Mario Grill

Left: Mario Grill; Right: Frederick Luis Aldama Frederick Luis Aldama is a cognitive cultural studies scholar and one of the leading figures in Latinx Studies. His work is therefore of central importance to our research at the Narrative Encounters Project.  As Arts & Humanities Distinguished Professor, he teaches Latinx literature, comics, film, and pop [...]

Narrative Encounters – Cognition and Chicanx Culture: An Interview with Frederick Luis Aldama—by Mario Grill2019-07-12T00:32:21+00:00
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