News & Events Archive


Seminar: Álvaro Caso Bello

December 5 Gilman 308, 12-1:230pm Seminar: Álvaro Caso Bello PhD Candidate, History Colonial Lobbying in an Age of Crisis: Agentes, Diputados, and the Future of the Spanish Empire in South America, 1808-1820


Symposium on Brazil: Amazonian Studies—Multidisciplinary Approaches

November 18-19 Levering Hall, Sherwood Room, 9:30am-4pm Symposium on Brazil: Amazonian Studies—Multidisciplinary Approaches Sponsored by International Studies & the Program in Modern Languages and Literatures Levering Hall, Sherwood Room, 9:30am-4pm


Conference: Latin America in the Liberal International Order

November 14 and 15, 2019 JHU Homewood Campus, Baltimore  Research Conference co-convened by the Latin America in a Globalizing World Initiative, Johns Hopkins University and the Center for Latin American and Latino Studies, American University For full conference info, see: https://krieger.jhu.edu/plas/conference-latin-america-lio/ The rise of Trump, the Brexit vote, and the resurgence of right-wing populism around […]


Colloquium: Communities Engaging in Export Capitalism

October 18 Mortara Center, Georgetown University, 2-6pm Colloquium: Communities Engaging in Export Capitalism: South Asia and Southern Mexico in a World of Change, 1850-1950 Sponsored by the Georgetown Americas Initiative


Lecture: Altamiran Ribeiro

October 17 Mergenthaler 111, 12-1:30pm Lecture: Altamiran Ribeiro Campaign to Defend the Cerrado, Brazil Land Grab University: The Right to Food and TIAA’s land speculation in Brazil and the US


Panel Discussion: Racism, Immigration, and Populism in the Americas

October 14 Hodson 213, 6-8pm Panel Discussion: Racism, Immigration, and Populism in the Americas Featuring Thea Riofrancos Providence College, and George Ciccariello-Maher Hemispheric Institute, New York University Co-sponsored by the Program in Racism, Immigration and Citizenship


Book Talk: Alan McPherson

October 3 Gilman 308, 12-1:30pm Book Talk: Alan McPherson Temple University Ghosts of Sheridan Circle: How a Washington Assassination Brought Pinochet’s Terror State to Justice Co-sponsored by the Department of History


Teach-in: American Concentration Camps

September 13 Levering Great Hall, 12-pm Featuring Seth Michelson Washington & Lee, Jonathan Katz Journalist, and Melisa Carolina Argañaraz Sanctuary Streets Baltimore Sponsored by the Program in Racism, Immigration and Citizenship