DATE: Wednesday, March 4th
TIME: 4:00-5:30 p.m.
LOCATION: Rosenberg Lounge – LBC Mezzanine level
Bate Papo - (TBA)
Join us for informal conversation and comidas típicas brasileiras
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Upcoming Lectures and Events
In the News
Navio Negreiro - "The Slave Ship"
Bilingual poetry reading evokes the suffering of slaves in the New World
Recent Lectures and Events
“Without a Name and Under the Tongue: Sexual Violence, Brazilian Slavery, and the Archive”
Andrew S. Curran
“Before Anthropology: Enlightenment Science and the Category of the Human”
Book Presentation: “Diderot and the Art of Thinking Freely”
James N. Green
"Exile within Exiles: The Extraordinary Life of Herbert Daniel, Gay Brazilian Revolutionary"
Amazônia Ocupada Symposium
O Navio Negreiro, The Slave Ship - A Public Poetry Reading
"Divorce Court": a staged reading of Miguel de Cervantes's "El juez de los divorcios" in a new English translation.
Harley Erdmann, UMass, Amherst
“Translating the Counter-Canon of Early Modern Spanish Theater: Theatrical Journeys with Luis Vélez de Guevara’s La serrana de la Vera”
Sophia McClennen, Penn State University
* “Globalization and Latin American Cinema: Toward a New Critical Paradigm”
* “Satire, Politics, and Resistance: The Global Rise of Comedy and Activism”
PORTrait of Brazil - IEW International Education Week
Luiz Ruffato: “Literatura e Invisibilidade”
Marti Buckley: What's Basque Got to Do with It: Tradition and Modernity in Hispanic Footways
Prof. Gisela Heffes, Rice University: "El nuevo paisaje rural argentino: contaminación y ecodeformidades"
Pedro Meira Monteiro, Princeton University: The Internal Ear: Caetano Veloso's take on bossa nova
Marielle Presente e Futuro: An Artistic Tribute to Marielle Franco
Study Abroad teaches you more than how to conjugate
Foreign Language Pedagogy and Research: New Approaches to Old Challenges
Newcomb Art Museum Presents Author Reading with Yuri Herrera
Poetry Reading: Navio Negreiro "The Slave Ship"
A talk by poet and scholar, Sara Uribe, the "Emily Dickinson of Tamaulipas"
Ana Paulina Lee Mandarin Brazil Chinese Labor, Memory, and Representation
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