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Notes from Underground: History Inside the Cerro Rico de Potosi


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Please join us Thursday, 4/2 for “Notes from Underground: History Inside the Cerro Rico de Potosi,” a talk by Kris Lane (Tulane University) to be held in the MacMillan Reading Room, John Carter Brown Library, 5:30 PM. 
Part of the Andean Lecture Series.

Radical Caribbean Thought, Decolonization and the Struggle for the Human

Please join us Friday, 4/3 for “Radical Caribbean Thought, Decolonization and the Struggle for the Human,” a talk by Anthony Bogues (Africana Studies to be held in McKinney Conference Room at noon. Part of the CLACS Affiliated Faculty Lecture Series. Lunch will be provided.

Not Blacks, But Citizens: Race and Revolution in Cuba
(1959-2015)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Please join us Tuesday, 4/7 for "Not Blacks, But Citizens: Race and Revolution in Cuba: 1959-2015)," a talk by Devyn Spence Benson ot be held in the Kim Koo Library at noon. Lunch will be provided.

Making Andean Music: Indigenous Craftsmanship and Sound Ecology in Highland Peru

Please join us Thursday, 4/9 for "Making Andean Music: Indigenous Craftsmanship and Sound Ecology in Highland Peru," a talk by Joshua Tucker (Department of Music) to be held in the McKinney Conference Room at noon. Part of the Affiliated Faculty Lecture Series. Lunch will be provided

Black Land Loss and the Paradox of Citizenship in the Americas

Please join us Thursday, 4/14 for "Black Land Loss and the Paradox of Citizenship in the Americas," a talk by Keisha-Khan Perry (Department of Africana Studies) to be held in the McKinney Conference Room at noon. Part of the Affiliated Faculty Lecture Series. Lunch will be provided. 

Castroism after Castro: Cuba totalitarian self-transition, from power to power

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Please join us Friday, 4/24 for “Castroism after Castro: Cuba totalitarian self-transition, from power to power,” a talk by Rosa María Payá to be held in the Joukowsky Forum at 7:30 p.m. Part of the Counterpoints: Cuba in Transition Series. Please note that this talk will be offered in Spanish.

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Cogut Dissertation Fellowship Applications Due April 1, 2015

CLACS is pleased to announce we are accepting applications for our Craig M. Cogut Dissertation Fellowship until April 1, 2015. Click the above link, or see the PDF of our application below for more details. 

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