Melinda González

Dr. Melinda González is a Puerto Rican scholar and poet, who was born and raised in Newark, New Jersey, with ancestral home in the lush mountains of Moca, Puerto Rico. She is a socio-cultural anthropologist who focuses on environmental anthropology/disaster studies. She is currently an Assistant Professor at the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.

Pali-Rican Solidarities: The Dizzying Parallels of Colonial Occupation