Video and Media
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- Created 23 April 2016; Published 4 May 2016Foro Latinoamericano: Bruno Bosteels
"Reasons of State"
Bruno Bosteels, Professor of Romance Studies at Cornell University
- Created 23 April 2016; Published 4 May 2016Foro Latinoamericano: Sarah Radcliffe
"Sumak Kawsay and Knowledge Production: Kichwa Women in Andean Equador"
Sarah Radcliffe, Prof. of Geography, U of Cambridge. Fellow, Christ's College Cambridge
- Created 22 April 2016; Published 4 May 2016Foro Latinoamericano: Marisol de la Cadena
Marisol de la Cadena, Professor of Anthropology at University of California, Davis
- Created 27 April 2013; Published 17 May 2013"Radio Bemba in an Age of Electronic Media: The Dynamics of Popular Communication in Chávez's Venezuela" Sujatha Fernandes
Radio Bemba in an Age of Electronic Media: The Dynamics of Popular Communication in Chávez's Venezuela
- Created 27 April 2013; Published 13 June 2013Foro Latinamericano: From ALBA to Samascus: Explaining Chavez's foreign policy
By Javier Corrales
- Created 26 April 2013; Published 25 June 2013Beyond Chávez: Unraveling the Enigma of Venezuela - Miguel Tinker-Salas
- Created 20 April 2011; Published 22 December 2011Is Cuba on the Cusp of a New Social Contract?
Marifeli Pérez-Stable, professor of sociology at Florida International University and Vice President for Democratic Governance at the Inter-American Dialogue in Washington, D.C. is our fourht annual Wynia Memorial lecturer. Prof. Pérez-Stable is an internationally recognized expert on Cuban politics and society.
- Created 11 May 2010; Published 26 May 2010No Country for Leftists? Clientelist Continuity and the 2006 Vote in the Brazilian Northeast
Presenter: Alfred Montero, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of Latin American Studies
Professor Al Montero presents his Brazil research in the Athenaeum at Carleton College.
- Created 17 April 2010; Published 29 April 2010Foro Latinoamericano 2010: Roundtable Discussion - The Neoliberal Agenda Reconsidered
Foro guest speakers, faculty, and students discuss the Neoliberal Agenda in Latin America
- Created 17 April 2010; Published 29 April 2010Foro Latinoamericano 2010: Moises Arce - Inequality and Extra-parliamentary Politics in an Era of Democracy
Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Missouri. He received his Ph.D. in 2000 from the University of New Mexico. His primary research interests are
in the areas of the politics of market transitions and contentious politics. His current research examines the changing basis of antigovernment mobilizations against economic liberalization in Latin America. He is the author of Market Reform in Society (Penn State, 2005) and several articles in leading journals of political science.
- Created 17 April 2010; Published 29 April 2010Foro Latinoamericano 2010: James McGuire - Politics, Policy, and Mortality Decline in Chile: The Pinochet Paradox
James W. McGuire is professor in the Department of Government at Wesleyan University. He specializes in comparative politics with a regional focus on Latin America and East Asia and a topical focus on democracy and public health. He is the author of Peronism without Perón: Unions, Parties, and Democracy in Argentina (Stanford, 1997) and of Wealth, Health, and Democracy in East Asia and Latin America (Cambridge, 2010). Professor McGuire is a recipient of Wesleyan's Binswanger Prize for Excellence in Teaching.
- Created 16 April 2010; Published 29 April 2010Foro Latinoamericano 2010: Janice Perlman - Four Decades of Living on the Edge: The Favelas in Rio de Janeiro
Janice Perlman’s book, FAVELA: Four Decades of Living on the Edge in Rio de Janeiro, has just been published by Oxford University Press. She has received Guggenheim, Fulbright and C. Wright Mills Awards. She is Founder and President of Mega-Cities, a global non-profit sharing urban innovations. She was a professor of City and Regional Planning at UC Berkeley and has taught at the Fundacao Getulio Vargas, IBAM and Federal University in Rio de Janeiro.
- Created 19 February 2010; Published 28 April 2010Eduardo Silva talk: Challenging Neoliberalism in Latin America
2010 Gary Wynia Memorial Lecture:
Professor G. Eduardo Silva, Professor and Chair, Department of Political Science: Research Fellow, Center for International Studies is the 2010 Gary Wynia Memorial Lecturer. "Challenging Neoliberalism in Latin America"
- Published 22 December 2011Habitar, Construir, Pensar
'Bajo qué circunstancias políticas culturales se crea arte "dentro de la Revolución"'
- Published 22 December 2011A Postmodern Cubanness
Madeline Cámara Betancourt