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LAGW Seminar: Americas, Amazonias

April 10 @ 4:30 pm 6:30 pm

Gilman Hall 186

The Spring 2024 Latin America in a Globalizing World works-in-progress seminar welcomes

Julieta Casas, PhD Candidate, Political Science, JHU, to present: Convergence or Divergence? Toward a New Frame of American Exceptionalism in Comparative Perspective, and

Óscar Aponte, PhD Candidate, Latin America History, The Graduate Center, CUNY, to present: From Dispossession to Reservation: Indigenous Nations and the Colonization of Colombian Amazonia in the 2oth Century.

The second in a two-semester graduate sequence, this course focuses on graduate students and faculty to collaboratively workshop their own research and writing on topics related to Latin American studies.

Works-in-progress will be pre-circulated one week in advance. Please email Prof. Angelina Cotler ([email protected]) or Coordinators Alicia Piñar Díaz ([email protected]) and Fernando López Vega ([email protected]) for a copy of the paper.

Julieta Casas & Oscar Aponte