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 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. […]
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 […]
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.
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 wars of independence. Emphasis will be placed in exploring the nature and effects of conquest, the making of new pluri-ethnic societies, and the eventual break […]
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 Office (Gilman 281).
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.