Peabody Museum, Geological Lecture Hall, 24 Oxford Street
Speaker: Ieva Jusionyte, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Social Studies, Department of Anthropology and Committee on Degrees in Social Studies; Faculty Associate, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University
The idea of building a wall on the U.S./Mexico border serves as a potent symbol across the political spectrum—a means of assuaging social and economic anxieties by placing them onto a remote frontier. Ieva Jusionyte will consider how an anthropological analysis of the state borders and security can help people understand the...
Speaker: Sonia Netto Salomão, Professor of Portuguese and Brazilian Language and Literature, Sapienza University of Rome
Moderator: Frances Hagopian, Jorge Paulo Lemann Senior Lecturer on Government, Harvard University
The lecture illustrates the synthesis of foreign visions of Brazil and their influence on the Brazilian construction of identity best summarized in Macunaíma the novel which is a specific example of the coming together of literature history and theory. Sonia Netto Salomão has been a Full...
Pontificia Universidad Católica, Campus Lo Contador, Santiago, Chile
La instancia, se dividirá en cuatro bloques donde se expondrán proyectos e investigaciones relacionadas con la planificación territorial, enfocada en una aproximación sustentable, ecológica, del espacio periurbano y de las áreas verdes.
How do you plan to spend J-term break? Come to the Mexico winternship info session to learn how you could spend J-term building your resume, exploring a mega-city, improving your Spanish, and eating delicious food!
Program managers, Rachel & Ariana, will be in-person to review the internships offered, funding,...