Though Montclair State’s Student Research Symposium was necessarily transferred to an online format this year, it still constitutes an important venue to share students’ work with the broader community. Two students from the Department of Spanish and Latino Studies participated.
Matthew Berg presented his research entitled, “The Radicalization of an Aesthetic: Puig’s Political Use of Camp.” He explores the role that queer aesthetics play in identity politics.
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Cristina Moricete carried out a survey-based linguistic study that examined views about the use of Spanish and English in public spaces in the United States.
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