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Events

The Latin American and Latino Studies Institute hosts, co-sponsors and collaborates on many events throughout the academic year. These include lectures, film screenings, performances and student-sponsored activities. All faculty, graduate and undergraduate students are invited. A reception follows each LALSI sponsored event.

Upcoming Events
Spring 2015

Fierce: The Work and Life of Manuel Ramos Otero

A panel on the Occasion of the Inauguration of the
Manuel Ramos Otero Papers at
Columbia University

Manuel Ramos Otero is one of the most important Hispanic Caribbean writers of the late 20th century and Puerto Rico's first major openly gay writer. Deeply innovative in both themes and form, Ramos Otero's work spans a wide range of genres, including the essay, novel, short story, and poetry. Through his publishing and organizing efforts, Ramos Otero also made important contributions to building New York's Latino literary community.

523 Butler Library
Columbia University
535 W 114th Street, New York
Monday, October 6, 2014 at 6:30
   


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