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PRLS 5710 Research Seminar in Puerto Rican & LatinX Studies

Prof.Reynaldo Ortiz-Minaya OER.

Week 10: Guest Lecture Dr. William Santiago-Valles

Guest Lecturer, Dr. William Santiago-Valles, “The relationship between methodology and oppression within structures of inequality as it pertains to LatinXs in the United States.”

W. F. Santiago-Valles

W. F. Santiago-Valles, Ph. D., is Professor Emeritus from the Department of Africana Studies at Western Michigan University [WMU], Kalamazoo. His research interests are in social movements and popular cultures in the African Diaspora, the consequences of globalization, and praxis research methods. Dr. Santiago-Valles has traveled in Africa, Europe and the Americas since the 1970s as a foreign correspondent, apprentice craftsman, teacher, guest lecturer, and researcher.