Centre of Latin American Studies

 

Open Seminars

MICHAELMAS TERM 2013
 
Seminars are held on Mondays at 5.15pm
 
Alison Richard Building    7 West Road   CB3  9DT       Seminar Room  SG2    Ground Floor
   

OCTOBER 14TH (This seminar will take place in Seminar Room  SG1)

Rosalva Aída Hernández, CIESAS, Center for Research & Advanced Studies in Social Anthropology, Mexico City & Simón Bolívar Chair, University of Cambridge

Challenges to the decolonization of feminist theory in Latin America:

reflections from indigenous praxis

TO BE FOLLOWED BY A WELCOMING PARTY AT CLAS

FOR ALL NEW STUDENTS, STAFF & FRIENDS OF CLAS

 

OCTOBER 21ST

Antoni Kapcia, Latin American History, University of Nottingham

Beyond Fidel-centrism: the circles of influence in the Cuban leadership and what it

means for understanding the Revolution

 

OCTOBER 28TH

Pablo Piedras, Universidad de Buenos Aires, CONICET

Desplazamiento territorial y subjetividad autoral en documentales latinoamericanos

de las últimas décadas (in Spanish)

 

NOVEMBER 4TH

María del Pilar Blanco, Spanish American Literature, University of Oxford

Dreaming up modernity: popular science and José Joaquín Arriaga's

La Ciencia Recreativa (1871-74)
 

NOVEMBER 18TH

Rebecca Earle, School of Comparative American Studies, University of Warwick  

Casta paintings and the colonial body

 

NOVEMBER 25TH

Nicola Miller, Latin American History, University College London  

Images of the United States in nineteenth-century Latin America

 

Refreshments will be served after the seminars

 

ALL WELCOME