News & Events Archive


Portuguese Program Speaker Series Sep.16, Oct. 28, Nov. 18

Portuguese Program Speaker Series Sep.16, Oct. 28, Nov. 18
Beyond Black and White: race in immigration experience of Peruvians in Brazil and in the USA; Current Political Scenario in Brazil: From Dilma Rousseff to Michel Temer; Liminal Perspectives and Adolescent Voices in Jorge Amado’s Os capitaes de areia


Graduate Speaker Series

The Program in Latin American Studies in conjunction with History of Art and GRLL presents: “A New Atlantic History: Connecting Colonial Latin American and Medieval Europe” Presented by Professor Amy G. Remensnyder of Brown University Tuesday February 23rd, 6:30pm Gilman 479


Brazil in Focus: Brazilians, Culture & Politics

Please join the Portuguese Language Program for the inaugural Symposium on Brazil – Brazil in Focus: Brazilians, Culture & Politics – to take place on November 9 and 10, 2015. This symposium offers our community of scholars and students the opportunity to be exposed to new ideas and concepts, and the opportunity to discuss current topics related to Brazil. […]


Symposium: Global Empires, American Republics, and the Novel

Please join the Program in Latin American Studies for “Global Empires, American Republics, and the Novel: A Symposium on Joseph Conrad’s Nostromo” Speakers include Professor James Sanders of Utah State University, Professor Peter Mallios of the University of Maryland, Professor Maya Jasanoff of Harvard University, and Colombian novelist Juan Gabriel Vásquez. There will be a Morning […]


Fall 2015 Events

The Fall 2015 schedule of PLAS events has been announced. Take a look at the exciting lineup of speakers we will host on campus, as well as the inaugural JHU Symposium on Brazil.