UCLA Center for the Study of Women
Labor Relations and Subaltern Sex
- Author(s): Sangwand, T-Kay
- et al.
Despite Barack Obama’s appearance on the UCLA campus that afternoon, the post-lunch session panel, “Labor Relations: Theory and Practice,” was well attended by an attentive audience. Dr. Kelly Lytle Hernández, Assistant Professor of History at UCLA, moderated the three person panel consisting of Munia Bhaumik (Comparative Literature, UC Berkeley), Suyapa G. Portillo Villeda (History, Cornell), and Magalí Rabasa (Cultural Studies, UC Davis). Using distinct disciplinary frameworks, the three presenters explored neoliberalism and its effects on labor and resistance in three Latin American countries.