Chief Librarian Sarah Aponte would like to thank Alanna Lockward for donating the following books to the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute Library:
Lockward, Alfonso. Documentos para la historia de las relaciones Domínico-Americanas Tomo I (1837-1860). Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic: Editora Corripio, 1987.
Lockward, Yoryi. Acucheme UTE. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic: Universidad CETEC, 1982.
Lockward, Alanna and Walter Mignolo, ed. Decolonizing the ‘Cold’ War May 19-23. Kultursprünge im Ballhaus Naunynstraße gemeinnützige GmbH, 2013.
Lockward, Alanna. Marassá y la nada. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic: Editorial Santuario, 2013.
Alanna Lockward visited the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute on May 30, 2014, and the publications donated represent her work as well as her intellectual family. The CUNY DSI library appreciates this generous donation and looks forward to sharing her work with students, researchers, and the general public. Alanna Lockward writes about a variety of intriguing issues, which leads to exhibitions, novels, and performances that are both absorbing and affecting.
Feel free to check out her website to learn more about her novel Marassá y la nada and exhibition Black Europe Body Politics: Decolonizing the ‘Cold` War May 19-23.