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Institute for the Study of the Americas, School of Advanced Study.
115 Episodes
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Keynote speakers Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon,General Oscar Naranjo, Justina Demetriades
The Secret Lives of Objects / Las vidas secretas de los objetos. Moderator: Leoncio López-Ocón Invisible Presences and Appreciable Absences: Notes on Some Spectres of American Natural History / Presencias invisibles y apreciables ausencias. Not...
The Secret Lives of Objects / Las vidas secretas de los objetos. Moderator: Leoncio López-Ocón Invisible Presences and Appreciable Absences: Notes on Some Spectres of American Natural History / Presencias invisibles y apreciables ausencias. Not...
The Secret Lives of Objects / Las vidas secretas de los objetos. Moderator: Leoncio López-Ocón The ‘Lost’ Cabinet on Exhibit: A Metaphor for LAGLOBAL?/El gabinete ‘perdido’ puesto en escena: ¿una metáfora para LAGLOBAL? Mark Thurne...
Institute of Latin American Studies Homophobias, Human Rights and Social Change in the French and British Caribbean Professor David Murray (York University, Toronto) The Caribbean region is often characterized as uniformly homophobic and LGBT...
Institute of Latin American Studies Human Rights in Argentina and Chile, Then and Now To mark Argentina’s annual Memory, Truth and Justice Day (on the 24 March 1976 the military dictatorship began) ILAS, the Argentina Solidarity Campaign and th...
Institute of Latin American Studies Aztec and Conquistadors: Is Everything You Thought You Knew About Them Wrong? Matthew Restall (Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Latin American History and Anthropology Director of Latin American Studies, Pennsyl...
Institute of Latin American Studies Rethinking the History of Science and Knowledge in Latin America Professor Marcos Cueto (FIOCRUZ, Rio de Janeiro) In this masterclass, Professor Cueto will present evidence and arguments for a new vision o...
Institute of Latin American Studies 2016 Thyra Alleyne Memorial Lecture Indigenous Struggles, Legal Pluralities and Fragmented Sovereignties: Reflections on Law, Illegality and the Multicultural State Dr Rachel Sieder (CIESAS, Mexico) In t...
Institute of Latin American Studies Deep Decolonisation: Latin America and the Connected Histories of the Post Colonial World Panel 1: Decolonising Luso-Hispanic Empire Chair: Catherine Davies | IMLR-SAS Lina del Castillo | University of Te...
Institute of Latin American Studies Deep Decolonisation: Latin America and the Connected Histories of the Post Colonial World Panel 1: Decolonising Luso-Hispanic Empire Chair: Catherine Davies | IMLR-SAS James Sanders | Utah State Universit...
Institute of Latin American Studies Deep Decolonisation: Latin America and the Connected Histories of the Post Colonial World Panel 1: Decolonising Luso-Hispanic Empire Chair: Catherine Davies | IMLR-SAS Federica Morelli | University of Tur...
Institute of Latin American Studies Deep Decolonisation: Latin America and the Connected Histories of the Post Colonial World Panel 1: Decolonising Luso-Hispanic Empire Chair: Catherine Davies | IMLR-SAS Francisco Ortega | National Universi...
Institute of Latin American Studies Deep Decolonisation: Latin America and the Connected Histories of the Post Colonial World Panel 1: Decolonising Luso-Hispanic Empire Chair: Catherine Davies | IMLR-SAS Marcos Queiroz | University of Brasi...
Institute of Latin American Studies Britain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the present Education and Cultural relations Chair: Alan Charlton (ILAS) Diana Gonçalves Vidal (USP) Tr...
Institute of Latin American Studies Britain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the present Education and Cultural relations Chair: Alan Charlton (ILAS) Pedro Feitoza (Cambridge) Briti...
Institute of Latin American Studies Britain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the present Education and Cultural relations Chair: Alan Charlton (ILAS) Viviane Carvalho da Annunciaçao (...
Institute of Latin American Studies Britain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the present Political relations Chair: Anthony Pereira (Brazil Institute KCL) Joseph Smith (Exeter) 'Bri...
Institute of Latin American Studies Britain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the present Political relations Chair: Anthony Pereira (Brazil Institute KCL) Geraldo Cantarino (Brazil Ins...
Institute of Latin American Studies Britain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the present Welcome Professor Linda Newson (Director, Institute of Latin American Studies) Mr Alan Charlton ...
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