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Latinisimo

Latinisimo

By Guillermina Gonzalez
Latinisimo features culture, arts, politics and things of interest for those willing to expand their notion of Latin America. The program was created by Guillermina Gonzalez and originally recorded in Spanish at the University of Delaware's WVUD 91.3 FM Studios from January 2010 to February 2018.
Our archives have copies of all programs but only those without music can be shared (2017) at this time.
Latinisimo is developing podcasts for its second phase. We will announce when ready. Stay tuned!
The tragedies of Mexico and Puerto Rico affected by earthquake and hurricane respectively (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez and Maria Marino reflect on the tragedies affecting Mexico and Puerto Rico (earthquake and hurricane). Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 9/22/2017
24:34
December 7, 2020
Reggaeton; history and evolution in Latin America (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez and Maria Marino on the evolution of reggaeton in Latin America. Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 8/24/2017
22:59
December 7, 2020
Enough of sexual harassment; how the Harvey Weinstein's case forces to talk about it in the region (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez on how the Harvey Weinstein's case forces to talk about sexual harassment in the region Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 11/17/2017
14:11
December 7, 2020
Violence against women; sadly increasing in the region (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez on how violence against women is present in the region. Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 2/23/2017
15:09
December 7, 2020
Where do LAtin American universities rank? (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez on how Latin AMerica universities compare versus well known universities. A ranking.  Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 7/28/2017
22:20
December 7, 2020
Televisa; the real story behind dropping ratings (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez on why Televisa (Mexican Broadcasting Company) is losing ground and ratings.  Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 1/3/2017
15:46
December 7, 2020
Importance of remittances for Latin America (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez on how remittances have become a great source of income (FDI) for many Latin American countries. Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUS 9.3 FM Studios on 2/3/2017
14:33
December 7, 2020
On how Latinos increase their presence in movies and arts (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez and Mario Marino analyze how Latinos have gained presence in movies and the arts. Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 6/30/2017
23:26
December 7, 2020
Oscars 2017 (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez comments on the 2017 Oscars and how Latin American is showcased there.  Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 2/10/2017
16:03
December 7, 2020
Odebrecht; a major corruption scandal across various Latin American countries (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez reflects on perhaps the biggest corruption scandal in Latin America in recent history. Odebrecht affecting various Latin American countries. Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 2/23/2017
14:06
December 7, 2020
Food habits of Latinos and customs (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez on Latino food habits and customs associated. Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 7/28/2017
20:35
December 7, 2020
Latin America is moving to the right in politics (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez reflects on how South America and the region seem to be moving to the right politically speaking and why. Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 4/7/2017
16:20
December 7, 2020
India; an example on how to address informal economy in Latin America (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez on how the informal economy in Latin America could follow the example in India.  Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 3/3/2017
15:41
December 7, 2020
On the importance of indigenous people in Latin America (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez on how important is the presence and culture of indigenous people in Latin American.  Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 3/3/2017
13:39
December 7, 2020
DACA and dreamers; the problem continues...a follow up (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez reflects on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Dreamers (those affected by them). Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 10/1/2017
16:56
December 7, 2020
DACA and dreamers; the problem continues (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez reflects on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Dreamers (those affected by them).  Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 9/8/2017
15:20
December 7, 2020
Increasing presence of China in Latin America (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez and Maria Marino reflect on the increasing presence and influence of China in Latin America.  Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 6/30/2017
21:31
December 7, 2020
Well known Chef and restaurants in Latin America (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez shares the list of best classified Chef and Restaurants in the region. Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 2/3/2017
13:58
December 7, 2020
Catalonia's referendum (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez reflects on Catalonia's referendum as the region intends to gain independence from Spain. Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 10/20/2017
17:02
December 7, 2020
History of Boleros Part 2/2 (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez and Maria Marino, student at the University of Delaware, share the history of "Boleros" in the region. Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 6/23/2017
18:43
December 7, 2020
History of Boleros Part 1/2 (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez and Maria Marino, student at the University of Delaware, share the history of "Boleros" in the region. Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 6/9/2017
22:21
December 7, 2020
Being gay in Latin America (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez analyzes the implications of being gay in Latin America and the evolution towards the acceptance of the LGBTQ community. Originally recorded at University of Delaware WVUD 91.3 FM Studios on 4/21/2017
14:33
December 7, 2020
The history of the Piñatas (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez shares the history and evolution of "Piñatas".  Originally recorded at WVUD 91.3 University of Delaware Studios on 12/3/2017
15:12
December 7, 2020
Creative economy in Latin America (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez and Maria Marino discuss what is Creative Economy and how it relates to the region. Originally recorded at WVUD 91.3 University of Delaware Studios on 8/11/2017
24:31
December 7, 2020
Art in Cuba (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez and Maria Marino discuss how the arts have become a unique outlet of expression in Cuba.  Originally recorded at WVUD 91.3 University of Delaware Studios on 4/17/2017
21:34
December 7, 2020
Bitcoin and the "new" NAFTA (Spanish)
Guillermina Gonzalez, Latinisimo Host, analyzes the "new" NAFTA negotiations and correlates with the notion of Bitcoin in the region.  Originally recorded at WVUD 91.3 University of Delaware Studios on 3/10/2017
17:58
December 7, 2020
Hip Hop in Cuba. Part 1/2 (Spanish)
Maria Marino, Latinisimo Co-Host in the Summer of 2017, discusses it history and evolution in Cuba. Originally recorded at WVUD 91.3 University of Delaware Studios on 7/21/2017
20:14
December 7, 2020
Hip Hop in Cuba. Part 2/2 (Spanish)
Maria Marino, Latinisimo Co-Host in the Summer of 2017, discusses it history and evolution in Cuba.  Originally recorded at WVUD 91.3 University of Delaware Studios on 7/21/2017
13:56
December 7, 2020
Mexico on its 200th Independence celebration
Alicia Dominguez, Voices Without Borders Board President, reflects on the 200 years anniversary of Mexico's independence from Spain.  Originally recorded at WVUD 91.3 University of Delaware Studios on 9/15/2010
29:30
November 17, 2020
Renee Koerner, Center of International Studies student, shares her experiences traveling abroad with the program
Renee relates her experiences after traveling with the University of Delaware's Center of International Studies. Originally recorded at WVUD's 91.3 FM University of Delaware Studios on 9/29/2010
30:17
November 17, 2020
Kuumba Academy; education, the arts and serving communities of color
Yamil Sanchez, Director of Kuumba Academy, shares how they have increased Math and Reading skill by including the arts in their teaching. Originally recorded at WVUD's 91.3 Fm Studios on 10/29/2010
30:13
November 17, 2020
Hoy en Delaware; 13 years serving Delaware; their view on Latinos in Delaware
Virginia Esteban and Jose Somalo, owners and publishers of Hoy en Delaware, share thoughts on their years informing the Latino community in Delaware. Originally recorded at WVUD's 91.3 FM University of Delaware Studios on 11/19/2010
30:34
November 17, 2020
Reflections on the Latino vote in the US
Guillermina Gonzalez and Maria Fernanda Marquez, Latinisimo's host and student co-host, reflect on the importance of the Latino vote in the US. Originally recorded at WVUD's 91.3 FM University of Delaware Studios on 10/15/2010
30:23
November 17, 2020
Origins and history about the Hispanic Heritage Month
Latinisimo reflects on the origin and importance of the Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations running from Sept. 15 to October 15 each year since the President Johnson era.  Originally recorded at WVUD's 91.3 FM University of Delaware on 9/22/2010
30:24
November 17, 2020
El Tiempo HIspano; Gabriel Pilonieta on the evolution of Latinos in Delaware
Gabriel Pilonieta, Owner, Publisher of the bilingual El Tiempo Hispano newspaper reflects on the evolution and presence of Latinos in Delaware. Originally recorded at WVUD's 91.3 FM, University of Delaware Studios on 10/8/2010
29:43
November 17, 2020
Chile celebrates 200 years of independence; a Chilean abroad perspective
Fernando Alcayaga shares his perspective on the 200 years of Chile's independence from Spain. Originally recorded at WVUD's 91.3 FM, University of Delaware Studios on 9/24/2010
30:00
November 17, 2020
Carla Guerron; her research in Brazil
Carla Guerron, Professor of Anthropology at the University of Delaware shares research conducted in Brazil. Originally recorded at WVUD's 91.3 FM, University of Delaware Studios on 11/5/2010
30:31
November 17, 2020
Havidan Rodriguez, Vice Provost, University of Delaware shares his life journey
Guillermina Gonzalez, Latinisimo host, talk with Havidan about his life journey and how he became Vice Provost at the University of Delaware. Originally recorded at WVUD 91.3 Studios on 11/12/2010
30:06
November 15, 2020
Peter Pan kids; Cuban kids in the US
Guillermina Gonzalez, Latinisimo host, chats with Aida Wasserstein and Pedro Ferreira about the Peter Pan project. The project that brought Cuban kids to the US in the early 1960's. Originally recorded at WVUD's 91.3 FM University of Delaware Studios on 10/1/2010
29:51
November 15, 2020