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PORTraits: Abby Cramer (Portuguese at Tulane Video Series)


PORTraits: Grant Little (Portuguese at Tulane Video Series)


PORTraits: Jonathan Gutmann (Portuguese at Tulane Video Series)


PORTraits: Raleigh Kreis (Portuguese at Tulane Video Series)


PORTraits: Jessica Glass (Portuguese at Tulane Video Series)


The Stone Center for Latin American Studies and Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Tulane University are proud to host acclaimed Brazilian author Luiz Ruffato for a talk titled Literatura e Invisibilidade on Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 12:30 – 2:00 PM. Ruffato is the author of nine novels and several collections of poetry and essays, many of which have been translated for international audiences.

On Thursday, October 18, join the Department of Africana Studies at Tulane University in welcoming Dr. Christopher Dunn for brown bag talk titled Yoruba Gods in Brazilian Popular Music at 2 PM in Norman Mayer Building, Room 118.

Dr. Dunn is a professor in the Spanish and Portuguese department at Tulane University. His research interests include Brazilian literary and cultural studies, popular music, and African diaspora studies.

Join the Tulane Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the Department of Theatre and Dance in welcoming Dr. Harley Erdman, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, for a talk titled Translating the Counter-Canon of Early Modern Spanish Theater: Theatrical Journeys with Luis Velez de Guevera's La serrana de la Vera (Wild Thing) on Monday, November 12. The talk will be followed by a small reception.

Every Friday during the Spring 2019 semester, practice your Portuguese in an informal setting where students can enjoy some delicious homemade Brazilian treats and conversation! Admission is free. All levels welcome. For more information, please contact Megwen at portuguese@tulane.edu. These events are sponsored by TULASO and the Stone Center for Latin American Studies.

The Brazilian Studies and the Portuguese Language Program at Tulane University will host a public poetry reading of O Navio Negreiro, The Slave Ship as part of a Black History Month Special Program on Friday, February 1, at 2:00 PM.