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Podcast  Brazilian Truth Commission: Rebecca Atencio's Interview on BBC Live 5

Rebecca Atencio discussed the release of the Brazilian Truth Commission report in December 2014. This interview, on the BBC show Live 5, discusses the report…  read more

Podcast  Mexican Nationals Caught in the Louisiana Justice System

Ella Bartlett and Ceciilia Santini discuss the role of the Mexican Consulate in interacting with Mexican nationals involved in the US justice system. The Department…  read more

Podcast  Mexico's Voting Program is a Potential Game Changer for Voters outside Mexico

Alex Hopper talks about new electoral programs in Mexico that makes it easier for Mexicans living outside the country to vote. Now Mexicans can get…  read more

Podcast  Mexico's Oil Market and US Relations

Noah Israel and Shyam Deolalikar discuss recent energy reforms in Mexico and the effects these reforms will have on US-Mexico economic relations. In 2014, Mexico…  read more

Podcast  Historical Perspective on the Consulate of Mexico and Culture Promotion

Justin Taffet and Zach Lipschutz explore the presence of the Consulate of Mexico in New Orleans, historical connections between New Orleans and Mexico, and the…  read more

Podcast  CGD Global Prosperity Wonkcast featuring Nora Lustig

Many governments try to reduce poverty and inequality through a mixture of taxes, transfers, and public services. Individual policies, such as taxation or cash transfers,…  read more

Podcast  Mexican Restaurants in New Orleans

Katherine Honeywell and Katie Keefer explore ‘authentic’ Mexican food in New Orleans. Mexican food is a way of the Mexican community expressing their identity to…  read more

Podcast  Health Care for Immigrants in New Orleans

Many immigrants from Latin America have come to New Orleans and have been a vital part of the rebuilding efforts since Katrina. A common problem…  read more

Podcast  Chinese Students in U.S. Universities

The number of foreign students at U.S. Universities, particularly from China, has increased drastically in the last 10 years. Daphne Zhang and Henry Green explore…  read more

Podcast  Asian Immigrants in Academia in New Orleans

Much of the news about immigration concerns those from Latin America. In academia, however, many researchers come from Asia. Linda Long and Nathan Gu talk…  read more

Podcast  Samba and Second Lines

Samba, a Brazilian traditional music and dance style, has many similarities with the New Orleans Second Line. Julie Gamze, Simon Edber, and Justin McGlashan explore…  read more

Podcast  Malandragem in Brazil

Malandragem is a Brazilian word which refers to someone who knows how to navigate all the ins and outs of bureaucracy and culture. Malandragem has…  read more

Podcast  Brazilian Families in New Orleans

Family is important to Brazilian society. One of the hardships of emigrating to the United States is that Brazilians do not get to see their…  read more

Podcast  Brazilian Food in New Orleans

Think there should be connections between food in Brazil and food in New Orleans? Think again! Mariana Wilson and Sierra Orlowski interview local Brazilians about…  read more

Podcast  Roundtable: Social Policy in Latin America since the Left Turn

On April 1st, 2014, CIPR hosted a roundtable, with featured panelists Mary Clark (Tulane University), Robert Kaufman (Rutgers University), Nora Lustig (Tulane University), Kenneth Roberts…  read more

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"Where the River Bends" Photographic Exhibit

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The Consulate of Mexico in New Orleans is pleased to partner with the PhotoNOLA Festival 2014 presenting the photographic exhibition by artist Scott Dalton "Where The River Bends" from December 3rd to December 30th, 2014

Opening reception December 3rd, 2014 at 6:00pm

Scott Dalton is an editorial and corporate photographer living in Houston, Texas. He was based for 14 years throughout Latin America, mainly in Bogotá, Colombia, where he photographed the civil conflict and drug war before returning to his home state of Texas. He now photographs both editorial and corporate assignments while spending his free time working on long-term personal projects. Currently he is working along the troubled border region near Ciudad Juárez, Mexico as well as projects throughout the American South. His photography has appeared in the New York Times, Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal, National Geographic, Harper’s, Time, Newsweek, the Washington Post Magazine, Condé Nast Portfolio, Business Week, and The New Yorker, among other outlets. His documentary film, LA SIERRA, won numerous awards and has been broadcast by PBS, BBC, HBO Latino, and many other international broadcasters.

Congreso internacional de literatura y cultura centroamericanas (CILCA XXIII)

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Tulane University, Loyola University New Orleans, y Purdue University Calumet tienen el gusto de invitar al CONGRESO DE LITERATURA y CULTURA CENTROAMERICANAS (CILCA XXIII) que se llevará a cabo en la ciudad de New Orleans, Louisiana, del 11 al 13 de marzo del 2015 en el campus de Tulane University y Loyola University New Orleans.

Desde el primer congreso realizado en Nicaragua 1993, CILCA se ha caracterizado por ser un espacio de intercambio intelectual y de amistad para académicas/os, escritoras/es y lectoras/es. El congreso se ha efectuado en todos los países centroamericanos y por primera vez en su historia, CILCA se realizará en los Estados Unidos. La ciudad escogida es Nueva Orleáns, puerta de entrada hacia el Caribe y los países de América Central. El intercambio cultural entre Nueva Orleáns y América Central ha sido intenso por muchísimos años, y la ciudad alberga una de las comunidades de origen hondureño más grandes de los Estados Unidos. Tulane University tiene estrechos lazos con la región a través del Stone Center for Latin American Studies, the Latin American Library, y the Middle American Research Institute. Loyola University New Orleans se ha distinguido por el trabajo con las comunidades hispanas que realizan varias de sus unidades académicas, incluyendo the Law School y el Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies.

La organización de CILCA XXIII la realizan la Dra. Maureen Shea y el Dr. Uriel Quesada, expertos en literatura y cultura centroamericanas, con el apoyo del Dr. Jorge Román Lagunas, creador y promotor de CILCA.

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Tulane University, Loyola University New Orleans, and Purdue University Calumet invite you to the Congress on Literature and Culture of Central America (CILCA XXIII) which will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana March 11-13 2015 on the campuses of Tulane and Loyola New Orleans.

From the first conference, held in Nicaragua in 1993, CILCA has been a space for intellectual exchange and friendship for academics and writers. The conference has been held in all of the Central American countries and for the first time in its history will be held in the United States. New Orleans, the gateway to the Caribbean and Central America, has been chosen as the location. New Orleans and Central America have a longstanding cultural exchange and New Orleans has one of the largest Honduran communities in the United States. Tulane has long connections with the region through the Stone Center for Latin American Studies, the Latin American Library, and the Middle American Research Institute. Loyola New Orleans works closely with hispanic communities particularly through the Law school and the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies.

CILCA XXIII is organized by Drs. Maureen Shea and Uriel Quesada, experts on the literature and culture of Central America, with the support of Dr. Jorge Román Lagunas, creator of CILCA.

  • CALL FOR PAPERS DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO JANUARY 15, 2015. Call for papers is available here
  • MAKE RESERVATIONS AT THE HOTEL HERE.

Registration prices are listed below:

Early Registration (BEFORE January 15, 2015):

  • $150.00 U.S. academics
  • $125.00 U.S. Latin American academics traveling from Latin America; graduate students in the U.S.
  • $100.00 Latin American graduate students traveling from Latin America

Late registration (AFTER January 15, 2015):

  • $165.00 U.S. academics
  • $140.00 Latin American academics traveling from Latin America; graduate students in the U.S.
  • $115.00 Latin American graduate students traveling from Latin America

2015 Maya Symposium Teacher Workshop

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The Stone Center for Latin American Studies, in collaboration with the Middle American Research Institute, and the Consulate of Mexico in New Orleans, will present a teacher workshop in conjunction with the 12th Annual Tulane Maya Symposium, Royal Chambers Unsealed: Tombs of the Classic Maya.

This year the workshop will be held at the Consulate of Mexico, in conjunction with an exhibit of the works of Jay A. Frogel entitled “Maya Ruins and the Passage of Time: The Stephens and Catherwood Project.” Frogel mixes Frederick Catherwood drawings of ancient Maya sites with contemporary photographs to show the passage of time in these sites. The workshop will discuss basic information about the Maya, early explorers of the Maya area, and tips for teaching about the Maya in a global classroom.

The workshop will be held on Friday, March 20th, with a reception and viewing of the exhibit “Maya Ruins and the Passage of Time: The Stephens and Catherwood Project” on Thursday evening.

More details on the workshop schedule will follow shortly.

To register for the workshop, please visit the symposium page

12th Annual Tulane Maya Symposium: Royal Chambers Unsealed: Tombs of the Classic Maya

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The Middle American Research Institute and Far Horizons are proud to present the Twelfth Annual Tulane Maya Symposium and Workshop. This year's symposium, titled "Royal Chambers Unsealed: Tombs of the Classic Maya", will explore the significance the ancient Classic Maya placed on the death of their divine rulers, as well as the meaning they invested in their funerary architecture, building decoration, grave goods, burial texts, and mortuary rituals.

This year’s Keynote, hosted at the New Orleans Museum of Art, will be given by Dr. William Fash of Harvard University who will guide us through the rich and impenetrable funerary world of the Classic Maya. The talks, to be held on Saturday March 21st, will discuss tombs and funerary texts from across the Maya area, including examples from Honduras, Guatemala, Belize, and Mexico. The speakers are an equally diverse group, with speakers from Honduras, Guatemala, Belize, Mexico, Spain, and the United States.

To learn more about the program, visit the symposim website.

To register please visit the registration page.

For more information, contact MARI