Events

    2019 Feb 01

    The Mexico Conference 2.0: Same Challenges, Different Expectations

    Fri - Sat, Feb 1 to Feb 2, 2:00pm - 8:00pm

    Location: 

    Day One (1pm-8pm) Askwith Auditorium, Graduate School of Education; Day Two (9am-6:30pm): Littauer Building, Harvard Kennedy School

    Mexico Conference 2.0The MX Conference is a student initiative that seeks to bring Mexico to the forefront. It provides a forum for the learning and debate of Mexico’s challenges and opportunities given its recent transition of power; and in addition; highlight the Harvard community and campus to external attendees. The Conference’...

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    2019 Jan 31

    Gallery talk with artist Clarissa Tossin: Future Fossil

    2:00pm

    Location: 

    8 Garden Street, Johnson-Kulukundis Family Gallery, Byerly Hall

    Speaker: Clarissa Tossin, Radcliffe fellow in 2017–2018

    Clarissa Tossin expands upon her fellowship project with a newly commissioned exhibition that considers the ecology of an uncertain future. Inspired by Octavia E. Butler’s science fiction trilogy Xenogenesis (1989), in which the Amazon becomes the site for a new civilization of alien-human hybrids, Tossin speculates upon a postapocalyptic world following ecological collapse. Pairing DIY plastic recycling techniques with the materials and practices of Amazonian aesthetic...

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    2019 Jan 31

    Lecture by Marcia Lima: "Narratives on race and gender in the Brazilian elections"

    12:00pm to 2:00pm

    Location: 

    104 Mt. Auburn Street 3R, Seminar Room

    Marcia Lima Poster ImageThe purpose of this lecture is to present - from the perspective on race and gender studies - how the representations of these social markers were mobilized in the 2018 elections, especially the presidential election. The dispute between leading candidates demonstrated that the public debate around...

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    2019 Jan 21

    Las Puertas que faltan por abrir, haciendo lo invisible visible

    4:30pm to 6:00pm

    Location: 

    Sala Matte, 2o piso de Centro de Extensión, Pontificia Universidad Católica, Campus Central, Avda. Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins 340 Santiago, Chile

    Una conversación sobre la experiencia de la mujer profesional con Judy Singer, Vicerrectora Superior para el Desarrollo del Profesorado y la Diversidad, y Profesora de Educación "James Bryant Conant", Universidad de Harvard; Verónica López, Periodista de la Universidad Católica, Fundadora de Revista Caras, Cosas y Semana (Colombia) entre otras, Nieman Fellow 1997; María Elena Wood, Periodista de la UC, directora y productora audiovisual, co-fundadora y directora de Comunidad Mujer, socia de la productora Invercine & Wood

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    2018 Dec 14

    The Last Dream: Stories Created and Performed by the Children of TPS

    7:00pm to 8:30pm

    Location: 

    Harvard Ed Portal, 224 Western Avenue, Allston, MA 02134

    Join the Harvard Ed Portal, Comité TPS, and Boston Experimental Theatre for a performance of The Last Dream: Stories Created and Performed by the Children of TPS. The play features the children of parents with Temporary Protected Status, a federal immigration status in danger of being canceled. The production is a dramatic representation of the struggles and joys of children of immigrants, including members of the Harvard community, and the pain of threat to one’s way of life.

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    2018 Dec 11

    GLAM* Concert Series presents Mesias Maiguashca: The Andean World in Contemporary Music

    Tue - Sun, Dec 11 to Dec 16, 8:00pm - 10:00pm

    Location: 

    Holden Chapel (Harvard Yard) & Paine Hall (Harvard Music Department)

    The Arts and Andes & Southern Cone Program at the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies and the Department of Music at Harvard University cordially invite you to a series of concerts and events featuring Ecuadorian composer Mesías Maiguashca, one of the leading figures in electronic and electroacoustic composition in Latin America. Of indigenous heritage, his music often locates Andean perceptions and sounds within the frameworks of Western experimental music...

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    2018 Nov 29

    The Disaster Artist: or how a Chilean Architect Got Involved (and survived) in Urban Design, and the Politics of Resilience

    6:00pm

    Location: 

    CGIS South, Belfer Case Study Room, S020, 1730 Cambridge Street

    Speaker: Pablo Allard, Robert F. Kennedy Visiting Professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Design; Dean at the Faculty of Architecture  at the Universidad del Desarrollo, Santiago, Chile.
    With Introduction by Diane Davis, Charles Dyer Norton Professor of Regional Planning and Urbanism; Chair of the Department of Urban Planning and Design, Harvard Graduate School of Design

    In February 2010, Chile suffered the sixth-largest earthquake ever recorded by a seismograph, followed by a devastating tsunami.  The extension and complexity...

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    2018 Nov 29

    Between the Dam and the Text - An Eco-critical Reading of Brazil's Belo Monte Dam

    12:00pm

    Location: 

    CGIS South, S050, 1730 Cambridge Street

    Speaker: Leila Lehnen, Associate Professor and Chair, Brown University

    Moderator: Bruno Carvalho, Professor, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, Harvard University

    Leila Lehnen is Associate professor of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies at Brown University. She specializes in contemporary Brazilian literature. Her thematic areas of research include the representation of citizenship, human rights, social justice in literary and cultural production. Her book Citizenship and Crisis in Contemporary...

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    2018 Nov 27

    Expanding Social Policy Equity in Latin America (1990-2013)

    12:00pm

    Location: 

    CGIS South, S250, 1730 Cambridge Street

    Speaker: Rossana Castiglioni, Associate Professor of the Political Science School, Universidad Diego Portales in Santiago, Chile

    Since the beginning of the late 1990s, Latin American countries made great advances in terms of equitable social policy. Access increased markedly across policy areas as well as levels of coverage and benefits. In analyzing the causes of this social policy shift, a large part of the literature has emphasized the relevance of the “left turn.” My research challenges dominant views regarding social policy development in Latin...

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    2018 Nov 26

    Harvard Puerto Rican Student Association Event: "Beyond María: What's Next?"

    1:00pm to 2:00pm

    Location: 

    Smith Campus Center, Mt. Auburn Room (2nd floor) building 1350 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge

    This will be an open forum discussion to address the following topics:

    • health after natural disasters

    • infrastructure

    • public health concerns

    • risk modeling among others

    2018 Nov 20

    Crisis en Nicaragua: Causas y siguientes pasos

    12:00pm

    Location: 

    CGIS South, S250, 1730 Cambridge Street

    Speaker: Edmundo Jarquín

    Edmundo Jarquín graduated with a law degree and a Master’s Degree in Economics from the University of Chile. In Nicaragua he taught at the Universidad Centroamericana (UCA) and was one of the founders of UDEL, the democratic opposition movement led by Pedro Joaquín Chamorro against the Somoza dictatorship. He served in the FSLN government as Minister of External Cooperation (1981-84) as well as ambassador to Mexico (1984-88) and later Spain (1988-1990). He was a member of the Nicaraguan National Assembly (1990-1992)...

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    2018 Nov 19

    Bolsonaro's Brazil: What Happened and What Will Happen?

    4:15pm to 5:45pm

    Location: 

    John F. Kennedy School of Government - Littauer Building, Malkin Penthouse, 4th Floor

    Speaker: Ambassador Clifford Sobel, former U.S. Ambassador to Brazil from 2006-2009, will discuss the recent elections in Brazil with Professor Nicholas Burns.

    RSVP required. Open to Harvard faculty, fellows, staff, and students. Coffee and cookies will be served.

    Ambassador Clifford Sobel, former U.S. Ambassador to Brazil from 2006-2009, will discuss the recent elections in Brazil and what this means for the future of the country with Professor Nicholas Burns.

    Ambassador Clifford Sobel is a currently a Senior Partner at...

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