2009-2010 Events

  • May 27 “Dominican Feminist Engagements with National Anti-Haitianisms: Ideological Collusion, Strategic Reliance, and Persistent Resistance, 1880-1960”

    Ginetta E.B. Candelario (Smith College)

  • May 20 Bartolomé de las Casas Annual Lecture in Latin American Studies “Literature that Rises from the Streets”

    Elena Poniatowska (Mexican Writer)

  • May 6 “Film-making: A Conversation with Juan Carlos García Padilla” (Independent Puerto Rican Filmmaker)
  • April 29 CLLAS Faculty Grantee presentation: “Latino Roots in Oregon”

    Gabriela Martínez (School of Journalism), Guadalupe Quinn (Amigos Multicultural Services Center), Sonia de la Cruz (School of Journalism and Communication)

  • April 24 CLLAS Celebration and Reception

    This event will celebrate the official launch of the Center for Latino, Latina, and Latin American Studies. “Saturday Celebration,” a family event at the JSMA, will follow the CLLAS reception and focus on CLLAS, LAS, the Romance Languages Spanish program, and the Amazonia art exhibit. Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.

  • April 22: CLLAS Faculty Grantee presentation: “Being Latino at the University of Oregon: A Survey”

    Pedro García-Caro (Romance Languages), Robert Davis (University of Oregon)
    Edward M. Olivos (Education Studies, College of Education)

  • CLLAS and LAS Symposium: Putting Latino/a and Latin American Studies in Conversation

    Topic:Latin American Philosophy and Colonial/Modern Gender Systems in the Americas Thursday, April 1, 2010 3:30- 5:30 p.m., Browsing Room, Knight Library—Pedro J. J. Di Pietro (Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture, Binghamton University); María Lugones (Comparative Literature and Philosophy, Interpretation and Culture, Binghamton University)

  • Latin American Studies Spring Film Series

    Every Thursday, April 8, 2010- May 27 (except May 20), 2010, 7:00 P.M., 100 Willamette Hall
    “Fronteras:Exploring Migration Through Film”

  • LAS, CLLAS, and Americas Workshop: Transnational Americas

    Ricardo Salvatore (History, Universidad Torcuato di Tella, Buenos Aires)
    “Under Southern Eyes: Critical Hemispherism and American Studies.”

  • CLLAS Faculty Grantee presentation

    April 22, 2010, Pedro García-Caro (Romance Languages, University of Oregon), Robert Davis (Romance Languages, University of Oregon), Edward Olivos (Teacher Education, College of Education, University of Oregon “Being Latino at the University of Oregon: A Survey”

  • CLLAS Faculty Grantee presentation

    Latino Roots in Oregon—April 29, 2010, Gabriela Martínez (School of Journalism, University of Oregon), Guadalupe Quinn (Amigos Multicultural Services Center), Sonia de la Cruz (School of Journalism and Communication, University of Oregon)

  • CLLAS and LAS Event “Putting Latino/a and Latin American Studies in Conversation”

    May 6, 2010—Juan Carlos García Padilla (Independent Puerto Rican Filmmaker—“Film-making: A Conversation with Juan Carlos García Padilla”

  • Bartolomé de las Casas Lecture in Latin American Studies

    May 20, 2010—Elena Poniatowska (Mexican Writer): “Literature that Rises from the Streets”

  • CLLAS and LAS Event: Putting Latino/a and Latin American Studies in Conversation

    May 27, 2010—Ginetta E.B. Candelario (Sociology, Latino and Latin American Studies, Smith College
    “Dominican Feminist Engagements with National Anti-Haitianisms: Ideological Collusion, Strategic Reliance, and Persistent Resistance, 1880-1960”

  • CLLAS Grantee presentation

    “Community Banking, Conflict and Cooperation in Nicaragua”
    January 21, 2010—Elias Meyer (International Studies, University of Oregon)

  • CLLAS and LAS Symposium: Putting Latino/a and Latin American Studies in Conversation

    Topic: U.S-Mexico Border Masculinities: Gender, Race, and Sexuality
    December 1, 2009—Ana Alonso (Anthropology, University of Arizona):“Legal Narratives, Gender, and Violence in Northern Mexico”

  • Film Event:Papers: The Movie

    November 18, 2009, Knight Law School; November 19, 2009, Education Center Auditorium, 200 N. Monroe Street—The story of undocumented youth and the challenges they face as they turn 18 without legal status.

  • CLLAS and LAS Symposium: Putting Latino/a and Latin American Studies in Conversation

    October 15, 2009—Ana Alonso (Department of Anthropology at University of Arizona) “Legal Narratives, Gender, and Violence in Northern Mexico” and Robert Irwin (Department of Spanish and Portuguese at University of California, Davis) “Mexican Masculinities in Dispute: Popular Icons of the Borderlands.”  Free public symposium and discussion sponsored by CLLAS.



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