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  • 2020 NC Conference Program

    By jprather on December 11, 2019
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    University of North Carolina Charlotte, Center City Campus320 E. 9th St.Charlotte, NC 28202 Registration for the conference can be found at this link. Friday, March 20, 2020 3:00pmRegistration — Lobby 4:00-5:30pm Panel 1 — Room 601Coincidencias – tiempos, imágenes y flujos en la producción cultural de ayer y hoyCommon Ground – Times, Images, and Flows in Cultural Production Then and […]
  • Latin American Politics

    By jprather on November 4, 2019
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    Obstacles of Democratic Consolidation in Latin America Coordinated by Prof. Pablo Beramendi (Political Science, Duke, pablo.beramendi@duke.edu)Prof. Jonathan Hartlyn (Political Science, UNC, hartlyn@unc.edu)Prof. Evelyne Huber (Political Science, UNC, ehuber@unc.edu)Prof. Herbert Kitschelt (Political Science, Duke, h3738@duke.edu) Prof. Cecilia Martínez Gallardo (Political Science, UNC, cmg@email.unc.edu) Prof. Santiago Olivella, (Political Science, UNC-Chapel Hill, olivella@unc.edu) Prof. Karen Remmer (Political Science, Duke, karen.remmer@duke.edu) Prof. Livia Schubiger (Political Science, Duke, livia.schubiger@duke.edu) […]
  • Gender & Sexuality in Latin American and the Caribbean

    By jprather on November 4, 2019
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    Coordinated by:Prof. Florence Babb (Anthropology, UNC, fbabb@unc.edu) Prof. Pete Sigal (History, Duke, psigal@duke.edu) Martha Liliana Espinosa (History, Duke)Natalie Gasparowicz (History, Duke)Sydney Marshall (History, Duke)Emily Taylor (History, UNC) This working group aims to provide an intellectual setting in which students and faculty interested in Latin America and the Caribbean can engage in interdisciplinary discussions on the specific ways in which gender and sexuality are […]
  • OCT 25 – Friday – 11:15am | Dey Hall 305, UNC-Chapel Hill*

    By miguel on October 23, 2019
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    DIS-EM-POWER-ED. Roque Nonini, produced by Sandy Smith-Nonini (2019) Q&A after the film with Cecilio Ortiz García, (Co-Founder National Institute of Energy and Island Sustainability, University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez), director Roque Nonini and producer Sandy Smith-Nonini. Supported by: UNC Dep. Anthropology, Society of Anthropology Students, UNC Dep. City and Regional Planning, ISA, CLACS, Duke Energy Initiative. Light lunch will be […]
  • FSP | NCLAFF Migrant Workers & the American Dream

    By miguel on October 3, 2019
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    Migrant Workers & the American Dream OCT 28 – Monday – 12pm | Forum for Scholars and Publics (011 Chemistry Building), Duke West CampusLunchtime talk with Chelsea Hernández, Cornelio Campos, Arcadio Montoya, and Orin StarnDirector Chelsea Hernández and professor Orin Starn will talk about the situation of migrant workers in the U.S. as a preamble to the screening of the […]
  • Roque Nonini

    By miguel on October 1, 2019
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    Roque Nonini is a filmmaker and videographer based in New York City. He studied film and television production at Savannah College of Art and Design. Roque has worked in a variety of capacities on narrative, commercial and documentary shorts. He produced the award-winning (2012) short film, “The Secret Number” (Dir. Colin Levy).DisemPOWERed: Puerto Rico’s Perfect Storm (2019) is Roque’s first feature […]
  • Cecilio Ortíz García

    By miguel on October 1, 2019
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    Cecilio Ortiz Garcia is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez. His research focuses on environmental /energy justice issues and the governance of socio-technical systems transitions. He is the author of “Airs of Injustice: How Air Pollution Affects the Health of Hispanics and Latinos in the U.S. (2004). In 2009, Dr. Ortiz Garcia served as Co-Principal […]
  • Chelsea Hernández

    By miguel on October 1, 2019
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    Chelsea Hernandez is a Mexican-American filmmaker based in Austin, Texas. Her work focuses on the unique perspectives of various issues and topics through the lens of ordinary people who challenge the status quo and injustices in this world. Building the American Dream is her first feature length film, produced by Cristina Ibarra, co-produced by Marisol Medrano, Iliana Sosa and Mario […]
  • Sarah Garrahan

    By miguel on October 1, 2019
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    Sarah Garrahan is a New York-based documentary filmmaker, producer and editor from San Antonio, Texas. She holds an MFA from Duke University in the Experimental and Documentary Arts. Her work focuses on a variety of topics, from the working class to the plight of families. She is currently an associate producer on THE INFILTRATORS by Cristina Ibarra and Alex Rivera, […]
  • Alex Rivera

    By miguel on October 1, 2019
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    Alex Rivera is a filmmaker who, for the past twenty years, has been telling new, urgent, and visually adventurous Latino stories. Alex studied at Hampshire College. His first feature film, Sleep Dealer, a science-fiction feature set on the U.S./Mexico border, won awards at the Sundance Film Festival and the Berlin International Film Festival, was screened at the Museum of Modern […]

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