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Colombian Studies Group | Freedom's Captives: Slavery and Emancipation in Colombia
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216 Burr Hall
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Leopoldo Maler | A Talk About Theater and Performance in the 60s and 70s
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216 Burr Hall (open to students, faculty and specially invited guests)
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LAS 362 Visits Newark Immigration Court
Nov. 18, 2022

On Friday, November 4th, LAS 362/ ANT 362/ LAO 362, also known as Central Americans and Asylum in the United States taught by Professor Amelia Frank-Vitale, a Postdoctoral Research Associate at PLAS, went to the Newark immigration court. Throughout the course of the semester, students enrolled in the class have dived into the theory, ethics,…

PUL Latin American Collections: Records of Resistance
Nov. 11, 2022

Records of Resistance: Documenting Global Activism 1933 to 2021, Princeton University Library’s latest exhibition, includes images that range from sacred Passover Haggadot that embody Jews’ spiritual resistance to their oppressors during and immediately after the Holocaust,…

Students of LAS 390 Multispecies Worlding and Global Health Policies, Visit New York City
Nov. 9, 2022

Over the fall break, students in the PLAS course “Multispecies Worlding and Global Health Policies” (LAS 390) took a day-long trip to Brooklyn and Manhattan to visit two exhibits exploring health, the environment, and human-nonhuman relations. Participants on this trip examined how artists and scientists bridge design and multispecies relations…

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João Biehl: Political Savagery and Forced Disappearance in the Amazon
June 15, 2022

João Biehl: Political Savagery and Forced Disappearance in the Amazon

Entrevista a Rita Segato: "Esos muchachos están ahí violando para no caer fuera del status masculino"
March 3, 2022
Entrevista a Rita Segato: "Esos muchachos están ahí violando para no caer fuera del status masculino"