miércoles, 14 de octubre de 2009

CLAS Weekly Update


Center for Latin American Studies

Upcoming Events




Lectures & Conferences


"Interregional Interaction in the Atacama Desert, Northern Chile, Re-Visited: An Updated View based on Archaeological, Genetic, Paleoparasitological, and Chemical Data" a lecture by Calogero M. Santoro, Ph.D.

Calogero M. Santoro is Professor of Archaeology at the Instituto de Alta Investigación-Departamento de Antropología and Executive Director of the Centro de Investigaciones del Hombre en el Desierto at Universidad de Tarapacá, Arica, Chile, and Editor of Chungara, Revista de Antropología Chilena. His research has focused on late prehistoric farming societies and the Inka state, and Pleistocene-Holocene hunter-gatherer societies in the Atacama Desert. He has published articles and book chapters in national and international journals and volumes. Dr. Santoro holds a B.A. in archaeology from Universidad Católica del Norte, an M.A. from Cornell University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh. He is currently a Dumbarton Oaks Fellow 2009-2010.

Date: Friday, October 16, 2009

Time: 3:00 p.m.

Location: 3106 Wesley W. Posvar Hall, Anthropology Lounge, University of Pittsburgh

Sponsored by Department of Anthropology


"La herencia Borges" a lecture by Alan Pauls (Argentine Writer)

Alan Pauls is one of Argentina's most important contemporary writers and critics. He is the author of books on Manuel Puig (Sobre La traición de Rita Hayworth, 1986) and Borges (EL factor Borges, 2000, revised edition 2004) and of the novels EI pudor del pornógrafo (1984), EI coloquio (1990), Wasabi (1994), El pasado (2003, Premio Herralde de Novela) and Historia de llanto: Un testimonio (2007). He is a visiting professor this semester at Princeton.

Date: Friday, October 16, 2009

Time: 3:00 p.m.

Location: 142 Cathedral of Learning, University of Pittsburgh

Sponsored by the Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures and The Borges Center


"Why We Migrate: Stories of Mexico's Displaced" presented by Paola Gutierrez Galindo

Ms. Gutierrez Galindo, born and raised in the Mixteca region of Oaxaca, Mexico, holds a degree in indigenous law. She also is working on a master's degree that explores the impacts of migration on identity and family in Oaxacan indigenous communities. Her presentation will address the questions: Why do millions make the unlikely decision to leave their communities to live in a country with increasing anti-immigrant hostility? Why did the number of Mexicans who made this decision increase by over 1,600% after the implementation of NAFTA?

Date: Monday, October 19, 2009

Time: 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.

Location: 4130 Wesley W. Posvar Hall, University of Pittsburgh

For more information: contact Luz Amanda Hank, 412-648-7394, lavst12@pitt.edu


"The Many Faces of Brazilian Jazz" featuring Lilly Abreu (Soprano and Jazz Vocalist)

Ms. Abreu will present a lecture-demonstration about the music of Brazilian composers such as Jobim, Bonfá, and Pixinguinha. The audience will learn samba steps and a few words in Portuguese. Audience members will also have the opportunity to ask questions and interact with Lilly and band members. Lilly Abreu, soprano and jazz vocalist, is on the roster at the Pittsburgh Opera, and teaches at the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, and Chatham University.

Date: Monday, October 19, 2009

Time: 5:30 p.m.

Location: Porter Hall 100, Gregg Hall, Carnegie Mellon University

This lecture is given in conjunction with 'Brazil Today,' a weekend course scheduled October 30-November 1, 2009.


"Escola de Samba" a lecture by Paul Goodman (Professor at Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business)

Paul Goodman will discuss "Escola de Samba," a one-hour documentary he created about how 4,000 Brazilians work to create the country's annual carnival.

This presentation will be a combination of showing the documentary film – Escola de Samba – plus a discussion with the audience. Escola de Samba is a documentary about creating the Brazilian carnival through the eyes of one "Escola de Samba" or samba school. For over 10 months, Professor Goodman followed one Escola de Samba - Camisa Verde e Branco (Green and White Shirts) - as they prepared to compete against other escolas in São Paulo, Brazil. The film takes the viewer through the process as this organization selects a theme, the music (one out of 80 sambas selected), the costumes, and the design of the floats or allegory cars. Then there is a complex set of activities concerning creating the costumes, the floats, extensive rehearsals, and finally the drama culminates at the Sambódromo or stadium, where the final processions and judging occurs. All this unfolds in the streets and life of Brazil. The music, dance, and visuals of the carnival, provide a dramatic context for the film.

Date: Monday, October 26, 2009

Time: 4:30 p.m.

Location: Porter 100, Gregg Hall, Carnegie Mellon University, Oakland

This lecture is given in conjunction with 'Brazil Today,' a weekend course scheduled October 30-November 1, 2009.


Colloquium at the Humanities Center

Discussion-based colloquium, with Joshua Lund, Humanities Center Fellow (Hispanic). Paper for discussion will be distributed in advance. Paper Title: "Let Plunder: Altamirano's Mexico and the Problem of Paramilitarism".

Date: Thursday, October 29, 2009

Time: 12:30 p.m.

Location: 512 Cathedral of Learning, University of Pittsburgh

For more information or a copy of the paper: email professor Todd Reeser at humctr@pitt.edu


"The Politics of Theory: Caribbean Literature and the Search for a New Critical Language" a lecture by George Lamming (Visiting Professor, Brown University)

George Lamming was born in Barbados where he studied and wrote before teaching in Venezuela and Trinidad. After moving to England, he worked as a broadcaster for the BBC Colonial Service. He has taught at the University of the West Indies, the University of Texas, the University of Pennsylvania, and now Brown. He has lectured and read around the world. He has held a Guggenheim Fellowship and won The Langston Hughes Medal. He is the author of such masterworks as In the Castle of My Skin and The Emigrants. His most recent book, The Sovereignty of Imagination, appeared in 2004.

Date: Thursday, October 29, 2009

Time: 4:30 p.m.

Location: 501 Cathedral of Learning, University of Pittsburgh

For more information: contact Joshua Schriftman at joshua.schriftman@gmail.com


Conference on "Drug Trafficking, Violence and Instability in Mexico, Colombia, and the Caribbean: Implications for US National Security"

The Matthew B. Ridgway Center for International Security Studies (GSPIA and UCIS) and the U.S. Army War College will hold a two-day conference on Thursday, October 29 and Friday, October 30, 2009.

The Conference will explore the relationship between drug trafficking, violence, and instability in Mexico, Colombia and the Caribbean and assess the implications of this relationship for the national security of the United States. This event is open to all students, faculty, and interested community members.

Dates: October 29 - 30, 2009

Times: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Location: Schenley Room, Holiday Inn Pittsburgh University Center, Oakland

For more information: contact The Matthew B. Ridgway Center, 412-624-7884 or beb38@pitt.edu



Amigos del Cine Latinoamericano Fall 2009 Film Series


Today Latin American film is among the best in the world. This Fall 2009 (September 9 – December 10), Amigos del Cine Latinoamericano presents genre films (cine de género) including Science Fiction, Author Films (Cine de Autor), Psychological, Social and Historical Drama, Comedy, and masked wrestler (películas de luchador).

Most films will take place on Thursdays @ 7:30 p.m. in the Frick Fine Arts Auditorium, University Pittsburgh.

Some films are adult in nature and may not be appropriate for young audiences.


In October

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Film: La Teta Asustada – Dir. Claudia Llosa (Peru - 2009)

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Film: Al Final del Espectro – Dir. Juan Felipe Orozco (Coombia - 2006)

For more information: amigoscinelatinoamericano@gmail.com, and for film descriptions, go to http://amigosdelcinelatinoamericano.blogspot.com/

Sponsored by: the Center for Latin American Studies, Department of Hispanic Languages & Literatures, Eduardo Lozano Latin American Library Collection



Alternative Spring Break to Sonsonate, El Salvador

Participate in an amazing opportunity to travel to Sonsonate, El Salvador and work in solidarity with community members who are making a positive change in children's lives.

Alternative Spring Break to El Salvador is a service-learning project where participants will: Work alongside community members of Caluco, one of the poorest communities in El Salvador, at improving the local public school (includes: construction, working in the classroom, and distributing needed supplies); Experience and see firsthand the impact of the new government, the challenges and achievements to date; and Learn about the history of El Salvador.

Dates: March 6 - 13, 2010

Sign-up deadline: October 23, 2009

If you are interested, have any specific questions or want to secure a spot on the trip, there will be an Information Session

Date: Thursday, October 15, 2009

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Location: 4217 Wesley W. Posvar Hall, University of Pittsburgh

Refreshments will be provided!

For more information about the trip or to sign-up please contact Justine Cortez at jsc37@pitt.edu





"Unsettling Decadence: Crisis and Creativity in Latin America"

Conference hosted by Johns Hopkins University, Program in Latin American Studies

How can Latin American historical, social, political and artistic processes contribute to rethink notions of "decadence" and "crisis"? Decadence has been associated with ideas of decay, immorality, loss and excess. It conveys a temporality haunted by imminent death and decline, in which the traces of the past –and its abuses, struggles or glories– saturate the present. Intimately related to the contradictions and impossibilities of progress and the corruption of social orders, decadence invites us to think about the modalities of colonialism and imperialism in the region, and the excesses and debaucheries of those in power. Most recently, decadence has also been invoked to describe the crisis in global capitalism, and the forms of excessive expenditure, corruption and profiteering that contributed to the crisis. This crisis marks the limits of an economic order and a certain project of modernity, and enables forms of disorder, disinhibition and anarchy, usually associated with decadence. At the same time, it opens up spaces of political, cultural or economic creativity and experimentation that generate possibilities for the new.

Date: Friday, October 23, 2009

Location: Johns Hopkins University, Homewood Campus, Baltimore, Maryland


Geographical Imaginaries and Hispanic Film - El imaginario geográfico y el cine hispano

Crossings and interrogations of geographical borders have been at the forefront of much Spanish, Latin American and U. S. Latino cinema. Moreover, the historical project of transnational Hispanic cinemas often appears to have been constructed by directors and producers "imagining" audiences beyond their own immediate political borders. Theories, films, directors, genres, and actors have traveled" and continue to do so — across languages and countries. Spatiality has always played a crucial role in the politics of representation, while geographies have been central in production and circulation. The multiple facets of the Hispanic community on screen have been marked by its geographical imaginaries.

Travel and translation is emblematic of the cinematic experience in the Hispanic world. Examples range from the Paramount-Joinville-Hollywood axis that shaped Spanish language film production in the early days of sound and the folkloric films and music-based genres that connected with traditions on both sides of Atlantic since the late 1930s until the 1960s, to the more recent globalizing project within which the Hispanic sphere is itself part of a global network of cultural exchanges. "Geographical Imaginaries and Hispanic Film" will take place in New Orleans (with the support of Tulane University and the Stone Center for Latin American Studies), itself a paradigmatic space of cultural flows, connections and exchanges, a territory whose history and identity have been shaped/determined by travel and geographic imaginations. We hope that the strategic location of the city and the theme of this conference will draw participants from North and South America, the Caribbean and Europe. For more information please click here.

Dates: November 4 - November 6, 2009

Location: New Orleans, LA

For more information or to register online, visit https://stonecenter.tulane.edu/articles/detail/40/



Call for Papers


For the United Nation's International Day for Tolerance Conference

Conference Date: November 16, 2009

The International Day for Tolerance is an annual observance declared by UNESCO in 1995 to generate public awareness of the dangers of intolerance. One of the fundamental principles to building greater tolerance requires access to education. Intolerance is often rooted in ignorance and fear: fear of the unknown, of the "other," other cultures, religions, and nations. Therefore, during this year's celebration of the International Day for Tolerance, we placed greater emphasis on educating about tolerance, human rights, and other cultures.

The United Nation's International Day for Tolerance was first celebrated at the University of Pittsburgh last year. In conjunction with this year's event, the organizers intend to hold its second International Day for Tolerance Conference on Monday, November 16, 2009, to provide an academic ground for scholars and researchers from across the university to share freely their ideas, experiences, and knowledge in this regard. Interested persons are cordially invited to submit their papers on one of the following issues: Human Rights, Education, Peace, Religions and Peace, Justice, Democracy, Women and Children.

      Papers must be exclusively prepared for this conference, not having been submitted for any other conferences or previously published.

·         Authors are requested to e-mail a 500-word or less abstract by October 16, 2009 to Ms. Enkhe Adjiya (ade7@pitt.edu), Associate Editor, International Studies in Education, Institute for International Studies in Education, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 5706 Wesley W. Posvar Hall, Pittsburgh, PA 15260.

·         Abstracts must be submitted in Microsoft Word format including the title, author's name, postal and e-mail addresses as well as telephone and/or fax numbers. They must also contain the schematic proposal of the final paper together with the main assumptions and conclusions.

      Abstracts will be reviewed by the Board of Referees of the Conference and then the authors of the accepted abstracts will be requested to e-mail their papers for final review.

      Therefore, the acceptance of an abstract does not imply the acceptance of the paper for publication.

      Papers must be e-mailed to the organizers by October 30, 2009.

Accepted papers will be published in the special issue of the International Studies of Education.

The conference will be co-sponsored by the Institute of International Studies of Education (IISE), Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University Center for International Studies, School of Education, and the Council of Graduate Students in Education.


XXX Annual ILASSA Student Conference

Conference Dates: February 4-6, 2010

The Student Conference on Latin America, organized by the Institute of Latin American Studies Student Association (ILASSA) at The University of Texas at Austin, is an interdisciplinary forum for students involved in Latin American research topics. The conference provides students with the opportunity to present research activities, develop presentational skills, exchange ideas and information, and meet other scholars from around the world. The conference, now in its 30th year, is the oldest and largest student conference in the field of Latin American Studies.

ILASSA invites students to submit for acceptance a single-page abstract of a paper (300 words or less) within the field of Latin American Studies. The abstract will enable us to select papers for presentation and to organize panels for the conference.

Abstract deadline is Friday, November 6, 2009

For more information, or to submit abstracts, please visit: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/insts/llilas/conferences/





Latino Studies Post-Doctoral Fellowship

The Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Florida (UF) invites applications for a 9-month post-doctoral fellowship in Latino Studies with a focus in the Social Sciences, to begin in August 2010. Substantive interests may include, but need not be restricted to: immigration; socio-economic issues affecting Latino communities; Latino politics; comparative approaches to different Latino groups; the ways that Latinos in the US are linked to their countries and communities of origin; and the integration of Latino/as in US society. A background and interest in Latin American Studies is a plus.

We seek applicants with superior promise who combine rigorous scholarship with excellence in teaching. Candidates should demonstrate an ability to work collaboratively across disciplinary boundaries with faculty and students in various departments and disciplines. The successful candidate will be expected to teach one course per semester as part of a new interdisciplinary program focusing on Latino/a Studies. Candidates should have their Ph.D. in hand or near completion at the time of hiring. The stipend will be approximately $45,000.

All candidates should submit a letter of interest (indicating research and teaching interests), curriculum vitae, and a sample of written work. Candidates should submit three letters of recommendation. Review of applications will begin December 1, 2009, and continue until the position is filled. Send applications to Chair, Latino Studies Search Committee, Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida, P.O. Box 115530, Gainesville, Florida 32611-5530.


Campbell Fellowship for Women Scholar-Practitioners from Developing Nations

School for Advanced Research on the Human Experience

One six-month fellowship is available for a female social scientist from a developing nation, either pre- or post-doctoral, whose work addresses women's economic and social empowerment in that nation. The goal of the program is twofold: to advance the scholarly careers of women social scientists from the developing world, and to support research that identifies causes of gender inequity in the developing world and that proposes practical solutions for promoting women's economic and social empowerment.

In addition to a $4,500/month stipend, and housing and office space on the SAR campus, the Campbell Fellow receives travel, shipping, and library resource funds; health insurance; and the support of a mentoring committee of established scholar-practitioners.

The fellowship is expected to start on September 1, 2010 and run through February 28, 2011.

The application deadline is November 1, 2009

For more information: visit www.campbell.fellowship.sarweb.org or contact Scholar Programs at scholar@sarsf.org or 505-954-7201.

This fellowship is made possible through the generous support of the Vera R. Campbell Foundation



Job Opportunities


Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Montclair State University

The Department of Anthropology at Montclair State University invites applications for a tenure track position in cultural anthropology at the level of assistant professor to begin in September 2010. We are looking for a publicly engaged scholar with community level research experience in immigrant communities. In addition to their teaching duties, faculty members are expected to be active scholars, develop a significant body of refereed publications, engage in curriculum development, advise students, and participate in department, college, and university committees.

          The ability to teach research methods and coordinate field placements and internships is desirable. A PhD in anthropology must be in hand by December 31, 2009. Please submit electronically a CV, a statement of research and teaching interests, and the names of three references to anthrosearch@mail.montclair.edu. Review of applications will begin on November 1, 2009 and continue until position is filled. Questions may be directed to the Chair of the Search Committee, Dr. Katherine McCaffrey (mccaffreyk@mail.montclair.edu).


Assistant Professor, Department of History of Art and Architecture, University of Pittsburgh

The University of Pittsburgh, Department of History of Art and Architecture, invites applications to fill a tenure-stream faculty position in modern/contemporary architectural history at the rank of Assistant Professor, effective September 2010, pending budgetary approval. Architectural historians whose research focus is in East Asian or Latin American modern/contemporary architecture are preferred. The department is also particularly interested in candidates whose research and teaching explore interconnections across cultures and/or time periods.

          The successful candidate will be an integral part of a department with a longstanding and ambitious PhD program as well as a dynamic undergraduate architectural studies program. The department has strong linkages with allied research programs elsewhere in the university, such as the Cultural Studies Program, the Humanities Center, the World History Center, and the University Center for International Studies. The latter includes federally funded area studies centers in East Asian, Latin American, Russian and East European, and European Union studies. Established long ago, these centers support research and teaching efforts as well as superb libraries. The city and region of Pittsburgh are home to a superb stock of both vernacular and landmark buildings (including highly affordable housing), high-profile LEED projects, great urban parks, and significant cultural institutions such as the Carnegie Library and Museum of Art, adjacent to the University, that houses the Heinz Architectural Center. Qualifications: PhD is required. We seek candidates who have an interest in pedagogy, who are prepared to teach courses that deal with methodological issues, and who have the ability to connect research specializations to broader intellectual frameworks both inside and outside the discipline.

          Please send a letter of application, current CV, a sample publication (or dissertation chapter), three letters of reference, and evidence of teaching effectiveness to: Search Committee, Department of the History of Art and Architecture, 104 Frick Fine Arts, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15260. In order to ensure full consideration, applications must be received by December 15, 2009. The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and members of the minority groups under-represented in academia are especially encouraged to apply.


Program Coordinator (Part-time) with Global Learning Semesters

The Program Coordinator (PC) is responsible for the daily logistics, operations and health and safety of students for the study abroad programs in Argentina. This consists of overseeing student support services, day-to-day dealings with the host institution and local service providers, and program academics, among others, as well as providing general support to the Program Manager. This is a part-time position with ample opportunities for growth within the company and a competitive annual salary and benefits.

          More specifically, in coordination with the Program Manager, the Program Coordinator will organize and manage all aspects of student services in Argentina. This includes student arrival and departure, GLS orientation, course enrolment, transition adjustment counseling and conflict resolution, discipline, housing, extracurricular activities, excursions and site visits, and health and safety, among others.

          Minimum qualifications: residency in Buenos Aires and valid permit to work in Argentina; Bachelor's degree, Master's Degree preferred; fluency in English and Spanish; familiarity with Argentine culture, history and customs; some experience in client/customer relations and working with American college-age students; among others.

          Prospective applicants looking for more detailed information should contact Dr. Sandi Smith (sandi@globalsemesters.com). To apply submit a letter of interest and resume also to the attention of Dr. Sandi Smith. Please visit www.globalsemesters.com for information about GLS, its programs and core values. Global Learning Semesters (GLS) is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified candidates.




The following list of events is provided as a service to the community by the Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS), University of Pittsburgh. CLAS neither recommends nor endorses these events and activities. Please address questions or comments about the events to the contact provided and not to the Center.



Annual Hispanic/Latino Car Seat Check (Free Pediatric & Immunization Clinic)


Date: Sunday, October 18, 2009

Time: 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Location: Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Primary Care Center, 3414 Euler Way, Pittsburgh

Appointment is required.

For more information: 412-692-6000 (option 8), or visit http://www.chp.edu/centers/car_seat_check_spanish.php


Birmingham Free Clinic – New location, More Services

The Birmingham Free Clinic now has a new location, just half of a block from the old building next to the Thrift Store of the Salvation Army.

New Services Include:

·         Free Adult Clinics (no health insurance or appointment is needed)

o   Mondays, 5:00 p.m. (In English)

o   Wednesdays, 12:00 p.m. (In English)

o   Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. (except Saturdays of holiday weekends). (In Spanish)

·         Salud Para Niños' Free Pediatric and Immunizations Clinics in Spanish

o   Second Saturday of each month 10:00 a.m. (no health insurance or appointment is needed)

·         Psychiatric Clinic (In English)

o   Wednesdays, 12:00 p.m. (no health insurance or appointment is needed)

Other services include: Free Pharmacy, Cardiology, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, ENT, and Spanish Interpreters depending on availability.


Walk-in Flu Immunization Clinic at the CHP Primary Care Center

During the following days we will have walk-in flu immunization clinics at the CHP Primary Care Center, 3420 Euler Way, Pittsburgh PA 15213. Please note that health insurance is required to be a patient of Salud Para Niños at the CHP Primary Care Center.

Mondays: 9:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Tuesdays: 9:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Wednesdays: 9:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Thursdays: 9:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Saturdays: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.



Almost Day of the Dead Celebration

Melissa Farlow's photographs become the backdrop for a Day of the Dead celebration. Decorate sugar skulls, taste traditional foods and enjoy music and stories about this Mexican holiday honoring the lives of the ancestors. Join us for crafts and art for the entire family!

Date: Saturday, October 24, 2004

Time: 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Location: Silver Eye Center for Photography, 1015 East Carson Street, South Side

Cost: Free, Suggested Donation $4 per child




Capoeira Classes on Pitt campus

Grupo Axé Capoeira Pittsburgh offers classes in capoeira, a Brazilian martial art. Classes are open to students and non-students. Classes include martial arts training, acrobatics, music, and dance, and teach discipline, confidence, and respect.

Dates & Times: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m., Saturdays from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Location: Multipurpose Room, Trees Hall, University of Pittsburgh (upper campus)

For more information: please visit www.axecapoeirapittsburgh.com or email capoeirapittsburgh@gmail.com



WRCT 88.3 FM – BARRIO LATINO (formerly "Revista Radial Latinoamericana")

Interviews, News, sports, politics, local, social, cultural, recreational events, and the best Latin American music. Entrevistas, noticias, deportes, notas sociales y culturales, los servicios a la comunidad, la mejor música... Y mucho más!

Durante el programa a las 6:30pm no se pierdan "Radio Burgh", la sección producida por estudiantes de nivel avanzado de estudios hispanos en CMU. Para escuchar los podcast del programa pueden visitar el blog http://radioburgh.blogspot.com/

Para enviar comentarios o sugerencias a los creadores "Radio Burgh", pueden escribir a radio-bemba@lists.andrew.cmu.edu

Dates: Every Thursday

Time: 6:05 - 7:00 p.m.(Barrio Latino airs WRCT 88.3 FM Pittsburgh – listen via Internet at www.wrct.org or call us live 412-621-9728)

Send any special announcements that you would like aired to: Martha Mantilla: martham@pitt.edu, or 412 521 8651

Barrio Latino audio files can be found at: http://barriolatinowrct.googlepages.com/

E-mail us at: BarrioLatinoWRCT@gmail.com



If you have an announcement related to a Latin American/Caribbean activity taking place that you would like to share with others interested in the region, please send details no later than Tuesday of the week prior to your event or deadline:

Center for Latin American Studies

University of Pittsburgh

4200 Wesley W. Posvar Hall

Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Phone: 412-648-7392; Fax: 412-648-2199; e-mail: clas@pitt.edu




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