Forgotten Rebels of Saint Domingue and Their Subsequent Lives as Black Auxiliaries of Carlos IV. Friday, February 12, at 2 p.m in Gilman 300
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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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
AS.100.246 (01) Colonial Latin American History Survey This course offers a general survey of Colonial Latin American history, covering both Spanish and Portuguese America, from European conquest to the revolutionary […]
Urban Transformations in Latin America, April 3, 2015
Join us April 9 for the PLAS Conference featuring Enrique Dussel: Liberation Theology and Philosophy at the Crossroads Today.
Join us April 1 for the PLAS Round Table featuring James Dator, Mariana Mora, Deborah Poole, and Lester Spence: “Why Now?” Discussion on #yamecansé and #ican’tbreathe movements.
Graduate Teaching Fellowship The competition for the 2015–2016 Graduate Teaching Fellowship in Latin American Studies is open and applications deadline was extended until Tuesday, February 17, at 1 p.m. to the PLAS […]
Addressing Disease and Inequality in Guatemala Join us Feb. 17, at 6 p.m. for the Latino Public Health Network seminar featuring Isabella Danel, Peter Rohloff, and Brent Savoie.