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Jorge I. Domínguez

Jorge I. Domínguez

Vice-Provost for International Affairs, Harvard University
Antonio Madero Professor for the Study of Mexico, Dept of Government (FAS)

Co-Chair, Cuban Studies Program

Professor Jorge I. Domínguez continues to work on Cuba’s domestic and international politics and economics. With Read more about Jorge I. Domínguez

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PRESS RELEASE: The IAP-UAM Annual Visiting Lecture in Latin American History

February 8, 2017

The Latin American History Group at Harvard University is pleased to announce the IAP-UAM (International Academic Programs--Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) Annual Visiting Lecture in Latin American History. Generously supported by IAP-UAM, this program brings to Harvard a prominent historian of Latin America, based anywhere in the world, who is selected by the faculty members of the History Department who specialize in Latin America. The visiting scholar gives a public lecture and participates in the Latin American History Seminar and Workshop that is offered annually by the Department of Read more about PRESS RELEASE: The IAP-UAM Annual Visiting Lecture in Latin American History

2016 Oct 25

Film Screening & Discussion: La Palabra en el Bosque

5:30pm to 7:30pm

Location: 

CGIS South, S-216, 1730 Cambridge Street

Speaker: Jeffrey Gould, Film Director & Visiting Scholar in the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History, Harvard University

Moderator: Kirsten Weld, Professor of History, Harvard University

During the early 1970s, hundreds of peasants in a remote region of El Salvador began to emulate the early Christians, working the land together and building communities based on solidarity. By the late 1970s, thousands of peasants in northern Morazán organized to resist National Guard repression which often involved torture and executions Read more about Film Screening & Discussion: La Palabra en el Bosque
2016 Oct 27

The Falklands/Malvinas Islands. The Invisible Story and the Peace Path, Step by Step, in a New Framework: The MAFALDAPP

6:00pm to 8:00pm

Location: 

CGIS South, S-216, 1730 Cambridge Street

19 de Mayo 1982. El conflicto. De una victoria diplomática a una derrota militar.La traición en la Argentina. Sus responsables. Es posible la Paz?. The road ahead.

Speakers: Wenceslao Bunge, former DRCLAS Visiting Scholar (2015-16); Lucas Urbisaia, Harvard College 2018; Nick Wood, Harvard College 2017.

Moderator: Ned Strong, Executive Director, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University

The event is co-sponsored by the Harvard Argentine Student Society (HASS) and Read more about The Falklands/Malvinas Islands. The Invisible Story and the Peace Path, Step by Step, in a New Framework: The MAFALDAPP

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Mark Elliott, viceprorrector de Harvard University: Aceptamos estudiantes sin considerar su capacidad de pago o su nacionalidad

June 17, 2016

To access the English version of this news article, click here

Quiere que sus alumnos viajen al extranjero como parte de su educación y que sepan que la suya no es la única forma de ver al mundo.

Por Felipe Edwards Del Rio

En muchos lugares del mundo todo se decide por una prueba. Basar esta selección en sólo un tipo de información es insuficiente". Hay distintas maneras de sacar a los alumnos de Read more about Mark Elliott, viceprorrector de Harvard University: Aceptamos estudiantes sin considerar su capacidad de pago o su nacionalidad

2016 Apr 09

Film Festival - Yemanjá: Wisdom from the African Heart of Brazil

11:00am to 4:00pm

Location: 

Tsai Auditorium, CGIS South Building, 1730 Cambridge Street

Film festival featuring the new documentary Yemanjá: Wisdom from the African Heart of Brazil

The African and Diasporic Religious Studies Association (ADRSA) presents its fourth day-long conference on the theme The Divine and the Digital: African and Diasporic Ritual Technologies. Though it has contracted considerably in recent years, “technology” is an expansive and multifaceted term referring to “the science of the Read more about Film Festival - Yemanjá: Wisdom from the African Heart of Brazil

2016 Apr 08

The Divine and The Digital: African and Diasporic Ritual Technologies

8:00am to 5:00pm

Location: 

Tsai Auditorium, CGIS South Building, 1730 Cambridge Street

The African and Diasporic Religious Studies Association (ADRSA) presents its fourth day-long conference on the theme The Divine and the Digital: African and Diasporic Ritual Technologies. Though it has contracted considerably in recent years, “technology” is an expansive and multifaceted term referring to “the science of the crafts of the hand,” and denotes any created item or process that is employed toward a useful end. African and Diasporic religions (ADR) are rife with technologies both ancient and modern from divination tools, to ceremonial dress Read more about The Divine and The Digital: African and Diasporic Ritual Technologies

2015 Nov 14

Cuba Facing Forward: Balancing Transition and Development in the Caribbean's Most-Watched Nation

(All day)

Location: 

William James Hall, Harvard University

Cuba Facing Forward is a one-day intensive executive-level symposium to bring together the best, up-to-the-minute, forward-looking thinking on the dramatic changes taking place in Cuba. Invited speakers represent leading professionals, both Cuban and International, in architecture, urban planning, ecology, and real estate development.

2015 Nov 13

Latina Empowerment & Development Conference

5:00pm

Location: 

Student Organization Center at Hilles, Harvard University

The Latina Empowerment & Development Conference is a pre-professional conference geared towards empowering college Latinas. The conference is aimed at exposing participants to various opportunities available in the work field while reducing barriers of entry in different professional fields.

2015 Oct 19

Jennicet Gutiérrez

(All day)

Renown activist and advocate for LGBT undocumented immigrants, particularly transgender detainees who face abuse and torture in U.S. detention centers. Drawing on her experiences as an undocumented trans woman and her years of advocacy, she’ll reflect on the horrors faced by transgender undocumented immigrants in ICE detention centers and her efforts to end deportations with the #Not1More campaign.

2015 Oct 30

HILAR Conference

Mon - Wed, Oct 30 to Nov 1, 8:10am - 5:00pm

Location: 

Student Organization Center at Hilles, Harvard University

Through two conferences, one in the US and the other in Latin America (Dominican Republic), students come together to discuss the most pressing political, economic and social issues facing the region today.

2015 Oct 29

Latin America: Finding and Funding Internships Panel

4:00pm to 5:30pm

Location: 

OCS Reading Room, 54 Dunster Street

Want to intern in Latin America, but unsure where to begin? Do you want to get experience in a particular country and need ideas?

Hear from a student panel about their diverse internship experiences in Latin America. Learn strategies and resources for finding and funding an internship in Latin America.

Please register through Read more about Latin America: Finding and Funding Internships Panel

2015 Nov 07

New England Council on Latin American Studies Annual Meeting

8:00am to 6:00pm

Location: 

Fletcher School, Tufts University 160 Packard Ave. Medford, MA

The Fletcher School and Tufts School of Arts & Sciences will host the annual meeting the New England Council on Latin American Studies (NECLAS), a multidisciplinary association of scholars, teachers, and students from New England colleges and universities who work on Latin America. The event includes 24 panels across three sessions, a lunch, and a reception. For a detailed program, go to  Read more about New England Council on Latin American Studies Annual Meeting

2015 Sep 26

43: A Collaborative Performance

2:00pm

Location: 

Memorial Church, Harvard Yard

 

Last year, 43 students from the rural teacher’s college of Ayotzinapa disappeared in Mexico. In order to raise awareness of this tragic event and to mark the anniversary of the students’ disappearance, Mexican artist Carla Novi, world-renowned Latin American vocalist Mili Bermejo, and 43 students currently enrolled in different universities in Boston, will Read more about 43: A Collaborative Performance

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