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- Jeremy Mumford, Lecturer in History, is the Latin American Studies Concentration Advisor. His office is located in Room 222 in CLACS at the Watson Institute, and he holds office hours every
Friday from 2-5.
Please join us Monday 3/2 for "The Legitimacy of Recuperated enterprises in Argentina: A Moral Economy Approach," a talk by Graduate Program in Development Fellow Julián Rebón (Universidad de Buenos Aires) in the McKinney Conference Room at noon. Lunch will be provided.
Please join us Monday, 3/2 for “Why Do Citizens Vote for Criminals and Human Rights Abusers? Theory and Evidence From Guatemala,” a talk by Regina Bateson (MIT) to be held in the Joukowsky Forum at 5 PM. Co-sponsored with the Watson Institute’s Security Series.
Please join us Friday, 3/6 for Argentina at a Crossroads? Perspectives on Argentine Politics, a conference featuring Mark Healy (University of Connecticut), José Itzigsohn (Brown University), Verónica Pérez (Universidad Nacional de San Martín), and Julián Rebón (Universidad de Buenos Aires). Joukowsky Forum, 12:00-2:00 PM. Lunch will be provided. The conference will be held in Spanish and English.
Please join us Monday, 3/9 for "Decolonization in Pluri-National Bolivia," a talk by Nancy Postero (UC San Diego), to be held in the Watson Institute Joukowsky Forum at 4 PM. This talk is part of the Andean Lecture Series.
¿Estado versus mercado? Articulaciones público-privadas en el transporte ferroviario de pasajeros del área metropolitana de Buenos Aires: Argentina 1990-2013
Wednesday, 3/11: "¿Estado versus mercado? Articulaciones público-privadas en el transporte ferroviario de pasajeros del área metropolitana de Buenos Aires: Argentina 1990-2013." CLACS Sarmiento Fellow Verónica Pérez (Universidad Nacional de San Martín), Kim Koo Library, noon. Lunch will be provided. The talk will be held in Spanish.
CLACS is proud to present a lecture series featuring our affiliated faculty members. Speakers in this series come from five academic departments, and their research interests span the western hemisphere. Please join us for these exciting lectures!
Please join us Tuesday, 3/17 for "Infrastructure and Citizenship: The Politics of Transportation Reform in Mexico City," a talk by Oscar Sosa (UC Berkeley) to be held in the McKinney Conference Room at noon. Lunch will be provided.
Did you miss Peter Kornbluh's talk on U.S. - Cuban Relations? Watch the full webcast of the event here.
The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at Brown University announces that applications are being accepted for the Honorable Domingo Faustino Sarmiento Fellowship for Visiting Scholars and the Craig M. Cogut Visiting Professorship in Latin American and Caribbean Studies.