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11/04 Panel Discussion, 4:00 pm


  • Luis Caracamo-Huechante (Mapuche People), U.T., Austin
  • Kathleen Myers, Indiana University
  • Ana Maria Presta, U. Buenos Aires-CONICET
  • Barolome Yun-Casalilla, UPO Seville

 

All are invited to join the History Department's SLAVE REBELLIONS SEMINAR for their beginning-of-semester activity, a screening of Carlos Dieges' 1986 Brazilian Film classic Quilombo! which explores the story of Africans who freed themselves from European colonialism and slavery and founded an independent community in Brazil.

THIS EVENT IS INSIDE THE CAROLYN BARBER-PIERRE CENTER for INTERCULTURAL LIFE, Room 115 in the RICHARDSON BUILDING -- NOT CAROLYN RICHARDSON !!!
 

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The Tulane History department, Jewish Studies program, CELT, and the Altman Program are sponsoring a talk by Jana Mason from UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency. Mason will be addressing the refugee crises from various parts of the globe, including Venezuela and Central America.