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Centre of Latin American Studies

Alison Richard Building, front

CLAS Open Seminar

Seminars are held Mondays at 5:15 pm room SG2, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, CB3 9DT. 

All are welcome. Refreshments are served after each seminar.

Lent Term 2019

21 January

Beatriz Marin-Aguilera(Renfrew Fellow, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge)
Interweaving Affects: Textiles and Technologies of the Self in Colonial Chile

28 January

David Samuels (Political Science, University of Minnesota)
Partisans, Antipartisans and Nonpartisans: Voting Behaviour in Brazil

4 February

Renzo Honores (History, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru & Visting Fellow, CLAS, University of Cambridge)
Law, Legal Culture, and Professionals in the Villa Imperial de Potosi, 1570-1670

11 February

Jeff Garmany (Brazil Institute & Department of Geography, King’s College, London)
Gentrification, Hygienization, and Processes of Urban Displacement in Brazil

18 February

Adrián Scribano (National Council for Scientific and Technical Research, CONICET, Argentina, Gino Germani Research Institute, Social Sciences, University of Buenos Aires & Visting Fellow, CLAS, University of Cambridge)
Neoliberalism and Politics of Sensibilities

25 February

Abigail Friendly (Human Geography and Spatial Planning, Utrecht University)
Planning at the Metropolitan Scale: Views from Brazil

4 March

Ram Natarajan (Anthropology, University of Arkansas & Visiting Fellow, Wolfson College, University of Cambridge)
Violence Unresolved: A Mother, an Officer, and Argentina's Military Rule

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