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Authors to Host Book Launch and Discussion at University of South Florida Tampa Campus
Tampa, Fla. – (October 10, 2018) – Co-authors Dr. Talia Esnard and Dr. Deirdre Cobb-Roberts are commemorating the release of their new book “Black Women, Academe, and the Tenure Process in the United States and the Caribbean” at the University of South Florida’s Tampa campus on Tuesday, Nov. 13. The book launch, featuring a discussion and Q&A from the authors, will take place from 2:00-4:30 p.m. in the Marshall Student Center, room 2707.

USF Tampa invites public to “DACA: Current and Future Challenges for Undocumented Youth and Young Adults” Community Panel
Representative Kathy Castor, for Florida’s 14th Congressional district will provide a legislative update and members of the University Community will share their research and experiences.

USF graduate accepted into world’s top-ranked Latin American Studies program
University of South Florida graduate student Prisca Suárez was accepted into the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies (ILLILAS) at the University of Texas in Austin, a Ph.D. program that is the top-ranked Latin American Studies program in the world.

Bridging the Immigration Divide
An anthropology research project leads to a book, a website and a job for a recent USF graduate. Recent immigrants and people descended from earlier immigrants -- whether voluntary or forced -- often eye each other warily, sometimes finding them at odds.

Historian, poet explores Black Cuban life
Cigars and maids may not have much in common, but Havana is the connection when British historian Jean Stubbs and Cuban author and journalist Pedro Perez Sarduy team up for a presentation at the University of South Florida April 14 at 4:30 at the Patel Center for Global Solutions building, room 136.