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Join us on Thursday, October 1st for this informal discussion to learn more about the "Latin American Resource Center":https://stonecenter.tulane.edu/pages/detail/11/Latin-American-Resource-C... and the long history of community engagement offered through the center. This event is part of a series of information sessions to help orient and update the Tulane community about programming and resources offered through the Stone Center for Latin American Studies.

Please join us as we celebrate the 2020 Américas Award books in a virtual award ceremony and an online book talk with award winner, Mitali Perkins. 

*October 5, 2020 at 6 PM CST*

Book Talk with Author Mitali Perkins: Between Us and Abuela

The Center for Inter-American Policy and the Stone Center for Latin American Studies cordially invite you to a virtual reception welcoming our 2019-2020 Post-Doctoral Fellows. For more information, please contact sfialkof@tulane.edu.  

Join PORTulane as they create a Brazil-themed house float. We will be decorating a house in short walking distance to campus. All events are outside and participants must be masked. We will provide materials but welcome you to bring additional beads, crafts, lights, etc. for decoration. We will debut the very first BRIGADEIRO KING CAKE and GOIABADA KING CAKE plus plenty of pão de queijo. Join us!

One of the earliest highlights of the 2020 election results was the unexpectedly conservative vote in Miami-Dade county. Cuban-Americans in South Florida across generations backed Trump with unprecedented vigor and excitement and played a crucial role in securing the state for the Republican candidate. What was it about Trump's political rhetoric and public personality that appealed so specifically to this constituency that had been trending to the left in recent years? Dr.

Virtual via Zoom! Zoom link: https://tulane.zoom.us/j/94548125232

Applications are now open for the Stone Center’s summer intensive language programs! Learn Brazilian Portuguese in São Paulo on the Summer in Brazil program or study Kaqchikel or K’iche’ Maya in Guatemala through the Mayan Language Institute.* All programs are designed to meet FLAS requirements so that eligible students may qualify for up to $7,500 to defray tuition and living costs. For more information, visit the funding page.

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