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Lent Term 2018

CLAS Open Seminar Series 
Mondays during term time
Further information >

Monday 29 January 15.00-18.30
SALVADOR ALLENDE MEMORIAL LECTURE 2018  
Human Rights in Latin America: Judges, Justice and State Responsibilities
SG1, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, CB3 9DT
Programme
Poster

Tuesday 6, 13 & 27 February & 6 March
Series of Four Lectures 5 – 6.30pm, CLAS Seminar Room 204
Transformaciones culturales y desarrollo en la Latinoamérica global – (in Spanish)
Fernando Calderón, Simón Bolívar Chair, CLAS, Cambridge
Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Universidad de Córdoba & FLACSO, Argentina
Further information >

Monday 19 February
Lunchtime seminar  1-2pm, CLAS Seminar Room 204
Love as collective action in Latin America, Adrián Scribano, (CONICET) Argentina, Gino Germani Research Institute, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Buenos Aires and Director of the Centre for Sociological Research and Studies

Wednesday 21 February
Lunchtime seminar  1-2pm, CLAS Seminar Room 204
Machismo in Brazil today, Marcia Thereza Couto, University of São Paulo

Thursday 1 March
Lunchtime seminar  1-2pm, CLAS Seminar Room 204
Activism in Argentinian unions: transmission and tensions, Sandra Wolanski, Universidad de Buenos Aires & Université de Lausanne

Monday 5 March
The Politics of Memory in Latin America (Metal y Melancolía & El Olvido)
Q&A with Heddy Honigmann (Peruvian/Dutch filmmaker),
CLAS Seminar Room 204, 5.15pm
Screening of these films will take place on Friday 2 March & Monday 5 March
(Spanish with English subtitles) viewing times

Tuesday 6 March
Special event 10.00am - 11.00am, CLAS Seminar Room 204
Quién puede olvidar las huellas*,  workshop with Guatemalan performance artist and poet Regina José Galindo
Further information >

Friday 9 March
Conference, Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College, Cambridge
Eco-imaginaries and the Borders of Art Practice from/in Latin America: Migration, Activism, Identity
In association with CLAS, Spanish and Portuguese Department, School of Social Sciences and Humanities Student-Led Conference Fund and Trinity College, University of Cambridge.
Further information >

Tuesday 24 April
Symposium 9.30am – 6pm, SG1, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, CB3 9DT
Art, Society & Urban Imaginaries
Organized by Fernando Calderón, Simón Bolívar Chair, CLAS, Cambridge
Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Universidad de Córdoba & FLACSO, Argentina
Further information to follow

Tuesday 8 May
Talk (in Spanish), 5pm, CLAS Seminar Room 204 (in Spanish)
(D)Escribir las imágenes: el arte contemporáneo en la literatura hispanoamericana
Miguel Ángel Hernández, Profesor de Historia del Arte, Universidad de Murcia, escritor y crítico de arte

Check our website for other events to be held this year. We very much hope to welcome you to one or more of them.

To see what the Centre has been involved with this last year, have a browse through our Past News and Events page.