Students, faculty, and friends of the Latin American Studies program filled the Pardee School to enjoy Latin American food and music.
The event included a Skype call with members of the Colectivo Comunitario de Fotografia of San Pablo del Monte.
The Latin American Studies Association held their International Congress in New York City.
Prof. Gallagher discussed Latin America’s failure to develop regional plans for smart infrastructure.
Senior reporter and editorial writer for Brazil’s Folha de S.Paulo, Fabiano Maisonnave, led the talk.
The symposium also included a panel, trilingual poetry reading in Ladino, Spanish and English and a Sephardic music concert.
A faculty member at the Latin American Studies Program has been awarded a prestigious fellowship to study at the University of Sao Paolo in Brazil.
A recent trip to Cuba allowed students affiliated with the Pardee School to experience life on an island long isolated from the U. S.
For the first time, The Pardee School of Global Studies’ affiliated Latin American Studies Program will offer their ‘alternative spring break’ in a Cuba engaging in diplomatic relations with the U. S.