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Join us for Dr. Brandon P. Bisbey, Associate Professor of Spanish and Coordinator of Latina/o and Latin American Studies at Northeastern Illinois University's talk. He will be presenting on his newly published book, Between Camp and Cursi: Humor and Homosexuality in Contemporary Mexican Narrative.

Please join the Center for Inter American Policy and Research on Friday, April 29 from 1-2 pm in the Greenleaf Conference Room 100A Jones Hal for a talk by Dr. Alain Ize (Columbia School of International and Public Affairs): "Revisiting Latin America’s Growth Conundrum: A Macro and Trade Perspective"

Latin American Graduate Organization (LAGO) is hosting a book presentation with Guatemalan community members!

TONIGHT at 6:30, via zoom! Link provided below. This event will be held in Spanish!

 

Join the Tinker Field Research Collaborative in two weeks for a panel: Obstacles and Opportunities: The Changing Landscape of Field Work in Latin America

April 13, 2022, 12:00pm CDT on Zoom.

The Middle American Research Institute Brown Bag talk series continues with a triple lineup this Friday, April 15th! Join them at noon in Dinwiddie Hall 305.

Lunch will be provided by M.A.R.I.!

Join the Center for Inter American Policy for a Current Events Workshop: Chile at the Crossroads: Social Explosion to Constitutional Convention. Led by Professor Eduardo Silva. Silva is the Friezo Foundation Chair in Political Science. His research focuses on the political economy of state-society relations and sustainable development.

RSVP to sfialkof@tulane.edu

 

Current Events Workshop: Historical analysis of the current “migration crisis” at the Mexico-US border hosted by the Center for Inter-American Policy, lead by Professor Catherine Vezina. 

Vézina is the Richard E. Greenleaf Scholar-in-Residence. She is an associate professor at el Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas. She studies Mexican migration containment strategy.

RSVP to sfialkof@tulane.edu

Please join Center for Inter-American Policy and Research (CIPR) - Tulane University TODAY, April 18 at noon for the second in our spring Current Event’s workshop.
Prof. Mauro Porto will give a talk entitled:

“Trends and Scenarios for the October Elections in Brazil”

This series takes place in the LBC room 210.

RSVP to sfialkof@tulane.edu

Join us next week in the Greenleaf Conference Room for a conference: Red Global de Empresarios Indígenas: Guatemala! María Tuyuc, Ana María Conoz, Evelin Caniz y Victalia Boror will speak via Zoom.

This is a hybrid event and will be held in Spanish! We encourage Spanish speakers and Latin American Studies students to join!

Hosted by the Latin American Graduate Organization (LAGO).

Happening today, April 4th, The Personal is Pictorial: Diego Rivera’s Construction and Navigation of Cubist Spaces in 1915 Paris event.

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