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Latin American Studies Association Congress 2022: Polarización socioambiental y rivalidad entre grandes potencias

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Afro-Central America Resources at the Latin American Library

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Introducing: Alejandro Kelly Hopfenblatt, 2022 Zemurray-Stone Post-Doctoral Fellow

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Introducing: Olivia Cosentino, 2022 Zemurray-Stone Post-Doctoral Fellow

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Introducing: Gabriela Merlinsky, 2022 Richard E. Greenleaf Distinguished Chair

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Tulane's Global Café is channeling Pelourinho by hosting an OLODUM dance workshop in Pocket Park outside of the LBC. 

Stone Center for Latin American Studies at Family Day  

Introducing: Catherine Vézina, Spring of 2022 Richard E. Greenleaf Visiting Professor

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This 6-week summer program, sponsored by the Stone Center for Latin American Studies at Tulane, caters to graduate and undergraduate students who wish to achieve a high level of Portuguese fluency through immersion in Brazilian language and culture. With language classes at the intermediate and advanced levels, it allows students to study with experienced faculty while living with local families or college students in the Sao Paulo neighborhood of Perdizes. Each participant enrolls in two Tulane credit-bearing courses organized by our partner institution CET.

The Mayan Language Institute is a 6-week program to train students in either Kaqchikel or K’iche’ Maya, two of the most widely-spoken Mayan languages in Iximulew (Guatemala) today. Thanks to the collaboration between U.S. American faculty and Maya teachers, participants can study at the beginning, intermediate, or advanced levels of either language. The program’s highly individualized classes combine language immersion activities, lectures, one-on-one conversations, guest speakers and cultural excursions.

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