Seminars

  • Founded
    1971
  • Seminar Number
    515

This seminar is devoted to developing a better understanding of the region, presenting current research and thinking in disciplines that range from anthropology to economics, history, human rights, political science, religion, literature, and the arts. In addition to scholars affiliated with the academic community, speakers are invited from the private sector, international organizations, and governments. The seminar, whose membership also reflects a broad range of disciplines, offers the framework for a lively exchange of ideas on Latin America, its past, present, and future.


Chair
Professor Peter Winn
peter.winn@tufts.edu

Rapporteur
Caitlin Liss
cal2246@columbia.edu

Meeting Schedule

02/03/2022 Online Meeting
7:00 PM
Elections and Left Turns in Chile and Honduras
Harley Shaiken, University of California, Berkeley

Rachel Nolan, Boston University

Respondent: Patricio Navia, New York University


03/02/2022 Online Meeting
7:00 PM
Chile's Economic Model: From Pinochet to Boric
Ricardo Ffrench-Davis, Universidad de Chile

Respondent: Barbara Stallings, Brown University



04/07/2022 Online Meeting
7:00 PM
The Transformation of Argentine Feminism
Marysa Navarro Aranguren, Dartmouth College

Tamara Tennenbaum, Universidad de Buenos Aires



05/05/2022 Faculty House, Columbia University
7:00 PM
A Long Cold War: The Remaking of Latin American Cold War Studies
Gil Joseph, Yale University

Respondent: Amy Chazkel, Columbia University