Telling South Asia and US-Mexico Border Histories through Art and Performance

15 March 2018 // 5-6:30PM

This event is free and open to the public. RSVP Here:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/borderlines-telling-south-asia-and-us-mexic...

The UC San Diego South Asia Initiative with co-sponsors the UC San Diego Library, Sixth College Writing Program, Eleanor Roosevelt College, the International Institute, and the Committee for the Art of the Indian Subcontinent (CAIS), San Diego Museum of Art, is pleased to present a talk and discussion with Sehba Sarwar (Voices Breaking Boundaries), Yessica Garcia-Hernandez (UC San Diego Ethnic Studies) and Sindhu Thirumalaisamy (UC San Diego Visual Arts).

The Voices Breaking Boundaries Borderlines series examines cross-cultural connections between North American and South Asian border regions. By tethering local community stories to global ones. Borderlines turns the city into a metaphor for international borders to unearth complex narratives that challenge the stereotypes and misconceptions faced by migrant communities in border regions and undocumented communities in Texas.

For questions, please contact the event coordinator, Serafin Raya, via email at s1raya@ucsd.edu.

http://libraries.ucsd.edu/blogs/events/borderlines-sarwar/
Geisel Library, Seuss Room / UC San Diego Campus, 9500 Gilman Drive, La Jolla, California 92093

Image is courtesy of The UC San Diego South Asia Initiative.