Andrea Lanoux, Posse 9
Jennifer Domino Rudolph is associate professor of Hispanic and Latin American studies. She teaches courses on U.S. Latinx cultures. Jennifer’s family is from the south side of Chicago, where she completed her education at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Jennifer lives in downtown New London. She is currently working on a book on baseball and Latin/o American identities and media. She is excited to work with Posse 10 and support their journey at Connecticut College!
Specializations: Dance Theory and Composition, West African Dance & Folklore, Somatic Practices and Dance History
Specializations: Open Macro & Development Economics, Social Protection Systems in Latin America, & Migration & Remittances
Specializations: In Improving College Student Coping and Skills in Community Service Learning Settings, Shopping while Black, Minority Experiences in Consumer Marketplaces, Black Bodies in Public Spaces, Contemporary Family Issues (e.g. Single Parent Families, Kinship Care Families), Social and Personality Development and Multicultural Issues, Racial Identity Development, and Methods for Increasing Service Provider Cultural Competency.
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270 Mohegan Ave.
New London, CT 06320
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