Paul Julian Smith, Distinguished Professor in the PhD Program in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Languages and Literatures at the Graduate Center, CUNY, will deliver a lecture, “Popular Cinema/Quality Television: A New Paradigm for Mexican Audiovisual Culture,” at UNC (Toy Lounge, Dey Hall) on February 23 at 4pm. Sponsored by Romance Languages and Literatures, Institute for the Study of the Americas and […]
Damming Sonora: Water, Agriculture, and Environmental Change in Northwest Mexico Sterling Evans, Louise Welsh Chair, Director of Graduate Studies, Department of History, University of Oklahoma February 24, 2014 ~ 5:30pm Room 4003 ~ FedEx Global Education Center This presentation seeks to explore the water history of Sonora, Mexico (just south of Arizona). Every river in the […]
The first Triangle Early American History Seminar for 2014-2015 will feature UNC graduate student Justin Blanton. He will discuss his pre-circulated paper, “Becoming Chiquitano: Crafting Ethnic Identity in the Imperial Borderlands of the Greater Paraguayan River Basin”
COMMUNITY DACA FORUM @ UNC-Chapel Hill Join us for a forum about recent presidential administrative actions relating to immigration, including the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program (DACA). Sponsored by BB&T, the UNC School of Law and the Institute for the Study of the Americas.