The Racialization of Class: A Studying Up Project in Contemporary Mexico

Thu, Mar 26, 2020, 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Center for Migration and Development
Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies Migration Lab

Hugo Ceron-Anaya of Lehigh University will present a lecture on "The Racialization of Class: A Studying Up Project in Contemporary Mexico."

Hugo Ceron-Anaya's work focuses on social inequalities and privilege, examining how notion of whiteness (within a Latin American context), perceptions of masculinity, and class dynamics impact the behavior of affluent people. He is particularly interested in the wide array of ordinary and everyday practices that reproduce privilege. 

His book Privilege at Play: Class, Race, Gender, and Golf in Mexico (Oxford University Press, 2019) uses an intersectional perspective to examine inequalities, social hierarchies, and privilege in contemporary Mexico.

For more information on Hugo Ceron-Anaya see his full bio.

Lunch will be served at this event.

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