Pope Francis and th Future of Religion in Latin America
January 28, 2014
Lecture by Daniel H. Levine, professor emeritus of political science at the University of Michigan. Co-sponsored by U-M Department of Political Science and St. Mary Student Parish
January 27, 2014
Taking The Highway: Community Organizing Against Extractivism In Argentina's Triple Border Area - Lecture by Rubén Darío Ortiz, activist-scholar and union organizer from Misiones Argentina. This presentation is funded by a Title VI Federal Grant from the Department of Education, LACS, and the Interdisciplinary Marxisms Group
April 2, 2012
Religion in Greater Mexico: Ten Years of Researching Mexican Immigrants and their Religious Life in the U.S.A. by Dr. Patricia Fortuny Loret de Mola. Co-sponsored by Program in Latina/o Studies, Program in American Culture, and Department of History.
October 28, 2011
Sara tarpuy wanka by Martín Castillo Collado, lecturer, Quechua Language Program at the University of Michigan. Martín performs a Quechua song traditional to the season when crops are planted.
September 30, 2010
Latino Immigrants in Europe by José C. Moya, professor of history and director of the Forum on Migration at Barnard College, Columbia University
May 10-11, 2010 - Workshop: The Caribbean at the Epicenter of History: Haiti, the Earthquake, and Transmigration
December 10, 2009
Contemporary Dominican-Haitian Relations by Bernardo Vega, President, Fundacion Cultural Dominicana and Ex-Dominican Ambassador to the United States