LAGW Seminar: African Diaspora in the Caribbean

Gilman Hall 186 The Spring 2024 Latin America in a Globalizing World works-in-progress seminar welcomes Jessica Marie Johnson, Associate Professor, History, JHU, to present: Disaster. Tabitha Laurent & Francisco Pérez Marsilla, Alumn & PhD Candidate, Spanish and Portuguese Program, Modern Languages and Literatures, JHU, to present: Karayib. The second in a two-semester graduate sequence, this […]

Raúl Zibechi: Constructing Worlds Otherwise

Red Emma's Bookstore (3128 Greenmount Ave) The Program in Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies is pleased to welcome journalist Raúl Zibechi for a conversation about his forthcoming book, Constructing Worlds Otherwise: Societies in Movement and Anticolonial Paths in Latin America (AK Press, 2024). Translated by George Ygarza Quispe. A new collection from one of […]

LAGW Seminar: Ecogótico

Gilman Hall 186 The Spring 2024 Latin America in a Globalizing World works-in-progress seminar welcomes Mariangela Ugarelli, PhD Candidate, Spanish and Portuguese Program, Modern Languages and Literatures, JHU: "La venganza del Ande: Ventura García Calderón, 'La venganza del cóndor' y el ecogótico," and Rhiannon Clarke, PhD Candidate, Spanish and Portuguese Program, Modern Languages and Literatures, […]