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Carmen Lamas, "New Methodological Approaches for Studying Descripción geográfica de Sonora (1761-1762) by Juan Nentvig (1713-1768)"

Please join us on November 12 from 11-12 in the R-Lab of the Fine Arts Library for a talk by Carmen Lamas, Assistant Professor of Latinx Literature in the Departments of English and American Studies, titled “New Methodological Approaches for Studying Descripción geográfica de Sonora (1761-1762) by Juan Nentvig (1713-1768)." See you there!

Ernesto Benítez, “Gender and Leadership among the Napo Kichwa in the Ecuadorian Amazon"

Please join us on October 29 from 11-12 in the R-Lab of the Fine Arts Library for a talk by Ernesto Benítez, the Rising Scholar Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Anthropology. Ernesto's presentation, “Gender and Leadership among the Napo Kichwa in the Ecuadorian Amazon,” is based on material from an article that he is finalizing for submission. 

Strips and Films: Urban Migration, Race, and Identity in Contemporary Visual Art

A double event (November 5 and 19) that will feature the participation of two guest speakers: Haitian Argentinian Wisny Dorce (film director and producer, founder of the first Black audiovisual company in Argentina), and Argentinian Italian Daniel Cuello (cartoonist and writer). The talks will be on Zoom, in Spanish (Wisny) and Italian (Daniel) with subtitles in both languages and English translation.

Daniel Cuello Public Talk

Strips and Films: Urban Migration, Race, and Identity in Contemporary Visual Art

Speaker Daniel Cuello, Friday, November 19, from 3:15 to 4:30

Daniel Cuello is an Argentinian Italian artist, cartoonist, and writer. His work engages with the intellectual discussion around the concept of otherness. Daniel’s graphic novels describe, in a simple and nonoppressive tone, themes such as racism, migration, tyranny, and dystopia. This talk will be in Italian with Italian subtitles and English translation.

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