Eleventh annual ¡A Viva Voz! A Celebration of Latino Arts and Culture event featuring Lalo Alcaraz, creator of the nationally syndicated comic strip, La Cucaracha; co-host of the Los Angeles-based radio program, Pocho Hour of Power, on Pacifica station, KPFK; and faculty member at Otis College of Art and Design.
Tenth annual ¡A Viva Voz! event featuring performance artists Nao Bustamante (Associate Professor, New Media and Live Art, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) and Ricardo Domínguez (Associate Professor, Visual Arts, University of California San Diego).
The Congreso de Idiomas Indígenas de Latinoamérica / Conference on Indigenous Languages of Latin America is a three-day conference held in mid-October of every odd-numbered year, sponsored by the Center for Indigenous Languages of Latin America.
The Institute of Latin American Studies Student Association (ILASSA) was formed by graduate students to encourage more active student participation in LLILAS and campus affairs concerning Latin American Studies and to provide a voice regarding the direction of the LLILAS program. The annual Latin American Studies Student Conference is a major activity of the association.
Black women from Latin America have made significant theoretical and philosophical interventions across the region from the Conquest period forward. Employing a multi-disciplinary, transnational perspective, this conference will rethink the role that Black women’s thought and praxis have played in defining the socio-political and cultural landscape of the Americas for the past four hundred years, centering the experiences of Black women in Latin America and the movement of Black women throughout the Americas: migration, transit, and cultural flows.
Monday, April 12, 10-11:30 am
Dr. Patricia Murrieta-Flores will introduce the project “Digging into Early Colonial Mexico: a large-scale computational analysis of historical documents” based on the sixteenth-century Relaciones Geográficas.