Professor Villalón will share the main findings of her most recent book “Migration, Health, and Inequalities: Critical Activist Research across Ecuadorean Borders” (Bristol University Press, 2022), and highlight how the application of a Latin+ feminist sociological approach was central to her project.
February 8, 5:00 pm—6:30 pm
Tribble Hall A110 – DeTamble Auditorium
Sponsored by the Wake Forest Department of Sociology as a part of their speaker series with sociologists studying Societies in Crisis: Inequities and Social Change.
Co-sponsored by: The Provost’s Office, American Ethnic Studies, Humanities Institute, Center for Bioethics, Health, and Humanities, The Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and Race, Inequality, and Policy Initiative