Intersections of Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality Transnation
A lecture by special guest speaker Manolo Guzmán, author of "Gay Hegemony/Latino Homosexualities." All are invited. *Sponsored by the Latin American and Latino Studies Institute and the Sociology and Anthropology Department.*
Wednesday, April 13th, Lincoln Center, LL524 at 1:00PM
"The Postville Raid"
A Lecture and discussion hosted by the film director and producer Luis Argueta. The Postville Raid is a documentary about the effects of US immigration enforcement on immigrant children and families.
Wednesday, April 6th, Lincoln Center
Public Security and Human Rights in Latin America
LALSI invites you to a talk with José Miguel Vivanco, director of Human Rights Watch's Americas division and on Latin American affairs.
“Liberation Theology: From Christian Base Communities to the Peace Movement in El Salvador” Lecture by Jose "Chencho" Alas
The amazing life story of a man who founded the earliest Christian base communities among the campesino population in El Salvador, communities that were instrumental in the political changes that took place during El Salvador's civil war.
Thursday, March 24, Rose Hill, Flom Auditorium at 7:30PM
Analizar un movimiento político y social en América Latina: el caso de la revolución Bolivariana de Chávez en Venezuela
A talk with Dr. Anselmi on Tuesday, March 22nd. Dr. Anselmi is a researcher at C.R.I.S.U. (Center for Human and Social Safety) in the University of Perugia, Italy. He specializes in the study of ideologies and revolutionary political movements in Latin America.
Tues, March 22nd, Rose Hill, Modern Language Conference Room at 6PM
End of the Year Celebration
LALSI's end of the year celebration for the entire LALS community.
Thursday, May 5th, Rose Hill, Campbell Hall Multipurpose Room at 5:00PM