Upcoming Events

Luis Pérez Oramas presents “El legado de Aby Warburg en sus campos extendidos: Modernidad, Cinetismo y Humanismo: Pathosformel, forma intermediaria y sobrevivencia antitética”

Wed, Sep 13, 2017,
12:00 pm to 1:20 pm

A partir de una aplicación de la noción de ‘Sobrevivencia’ o “vida póstuma” ("Nachleben" en el lenguaje de Aby Warburg) al campo de la Modernidad en América, se propone una hipótesis de lectura de las formas alteradas de lo moderno como sobrevivencias.

216 Burr Hall
Faculty, Graduate, Undergraduate

Robert Karl presents “The FARC’s First March and the Making of Contemporary Colombia”

Wed, Sep 20, 2017,
12:00 pm to 1:20 pm

The opening weeks of 2017 provided dramatic images of what commentators around the world term “the FARC’s final march:” the historic demobilization of Latin America’s oldest insurgent force, which has long been seen viewed as a Marxist revolutionary group dedicated to the seizure of political power.

216 Burr Hall
Faculty, Graduate, Undergraduate

Jorge Arrate presents “Chile: 25 Years of Democracy”

Wed, Sep 27, 2017,
12:00 pm to 1:20 pm

Jorge Arrate (Chilean Politian, Former Presidential Candidate and Ministry of State for the presidents Salvador Allende, Patricio Aylwin and Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle)

216 Burr Hall
Faculty, Graduate, Undergraduate

“La novela de la poesía”, una conversación con Tamara Kamenszain

Mon, Oct 9, 2017,
12:00 pm to 1:20 pm

Entrevista publica en la que la autora revisará su producción poética y crítica, con especial énfasis en el tomo de su poesía reunida titulado La novela de la poesía, y en Una intimidad inofensiva, su libro de ensayos más recienteEl evento incluirá una lectura bilingüe de poemas.

216 Burr Hall
Faculty, Graduate, Undergraduate

Bankruptcy and Citizenship: Puerto Rico, a 21st Century Colony?

Fri, Oct 20, 2017,
10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Colloquium on "Bankruptcy and Citizenship:  Puerto Rico, a 21st Century Colony?"

Presented by the Program in Latin American Studies, and the Department of Spanish and Portuguese

East Pyne 010
Faculty, Graduate, Undergraduate

“Social Change in Latin America, from 1970 to the Present: What We are Learning Together”

Tue, Nov 7, 2017,
4:30 pm to 6:00 pm

This semester, we are teaching an innovative, collaborative, course using special documents from the Princeton Library’s Ephemera Collection on Latin America.  Each week, students and faculty tackle case studies of contention in Argentina, Bolivia, and Mexico.  What have we learned about peoples’ politics in authoritarian and democratic rule?

216 Burr Hall
Faculty, Graduate, Undergraduate