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Carolyn Fornoff
Assistant prof of Latin American Lit at . Reader of all things Central America & Mexico. Cinephile, crip, ecocritic.
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Arvind P. Ravikumar Jul 20
Iceland just erected a monument to their first glacier lost to climate change. "Only you know if we did it. -- 415 ppm". Today, it's a glacier, tomorrow, it could be entire cities. Stories like this remind us how much work we've got to do.
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LatAmLitToday Jul 19
Rita Indiana Hernández gana el Gran Premio de Literatura en Guadalupe/ Asociación de Escritores del Caribe reconoce su novela “La mucama de Omicunlé”
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Carolyn Fornoff Jul 15
Honeybee colonies are already on the decline, the approval of this pesticide will have catastrophic consequences
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Carolyn Fornoff Jul 15
Wow!!
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Carolyn Fornoff Jul 12
Replying to @RColesworthy
I got anthropocene. How does it know 😱
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Erin Biba Jul 8
National Geographic called me and asked me to write the feminist facts about how The Lion King gets lion pride dynamics all wrong. I happily complied. Lions are matrilineal!!
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Leisy Abrego Jul 7
We know this, but in case you need an empirical study: Latinxs with darker skin are more likely to experience discrimination than those with lighter skin
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Carolyn Fornoff Jul 7
Awesome game! World champs 🏆
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Alberto Chimal Jul 6
Pronto estará en librerías mi primera juvenil: . Es una historia de sobrevivencia, entre todxs, tras un colapso del mundo. Tras este tuit irá creciendo un hilo con pistas, curiosidades y más sobre el libro.💥
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Alberto Chimal Jul 3
‘Climate change’ is too ambiguous a description of what our current ecological crisis is. I imagined a possible future for it, and us, in this story of greed and catastrophe, translated by :
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Carolyn Fornoff Jul 2
This just gave me a major flashback to working at Bath and Body Works as a freshman in college. My job was to stand in front and rub samples onto people's hands. Not to hand out samples. To rub them onto people's hands. *shiver*
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Alberto Chimal Jul 1
Ya se puede decir: muy pronto (esta semana se va a la imprenta) llegará esta nueva : . Es la historia de una adolescente, las mujeres de su familia y un mundo devastado por el calentamiento global.
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Carolyn Fornoff Jul 1
Castro elegantly explains why many Latinxs were actively discouraged from speaking Spanish
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Carolyn Fornoff Jul 1
Sounds awesome!
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Patrick Timmons Jun 29
“The reef is ailing because for the past 40 years we’ve been throwing nutrients into the sea – and now you’re delivering a body blow. In six months we’ve lost 30% of the reefs in the Mexican Caribbean.” Read 's distressing report
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Andrea Ballestero Jun 28
My book A future History of Water is out! Thanks to it is Open Access! You can download here: If you would rather buy a paper copy this code E19WATER gives you a 30% discount from
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Amitav Ghosh Jun 27
"There’s now more people working on right whales than there are right whales left.”
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Tanzina Vega Jun 27
Note: Speaking Spanish is not a requirement to be Latino/a/x
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