CLAS@Pitt Weekly Newsletter--March 28, 2018

CLAS@Pitt Weekly Newsletter--March 28, 2018

 
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CLAS Events   (Back to top)
NOTE: All announcements and events are listed by chronological date.

New feature: If you would like to add CLAS sponsored events to your personal (OUTLOOK or GOOGLE) calendars, please click on event page or http://www.ucis.pitt.edu/clas/events/list (events are listed in chronological order).
 



March 29, 2018

Lecture


 
Poems, Politics and Litigation against the U.S. Government
with Margaret Randall 
     Barco Law Building, Room 113
     Noon--1pm

For more informationhttp://law.pitt.edu/events/new-event/poems-politics-and-litigation-against-us-government


 

Sponsored by: Center for Latin American Studies, University of Pittsburgh; Center for International Legal Education, University of Pittsburgh Law School; University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

 



March 29, 2018

Please join Panoramas for its monthly Round Table Discussion Thursday, March 29th at 4:00pm in the Center for Latin American Studies. This month's topic will be "New 'Indigenismo'? The Revival of Ingidenous Culture and Pride in Latin America". To read more about about the issue, click here.

 

 



March 29-30, 2018

In recognition of Professor John Beverley’s retirement next year, the Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures is hosting an international symposium titled, "JOHN BEVERLEY AND THE URGENCY OF LATIN AMERICANISM IN TIMES OF CONFLICTING GLOBALIZATION".

University of Pittsburgh – University Club
For event information and program, visit: http://www.johnbeverleyinternationalsymposium.site/

 


March 30, 2018

Soldiers and Kings:
Violence, Representation, and Photoethnographic Practice in the Context of Human Smuggling Across Mexico

3:00-4:30 pm
4130 Posvar Hall


 
Since 2015, MacArthur “Genius” grantee Jason De León has been documenting the daily lives of Honduran smugglers who profit from transporting undocumented migrants across Mexico. In this talk he will discuss the relationship between transnational gangs and the human smuggling industry, as well as the complicated role of photography as a field method and data source in this violent and ethically challenging ethnographic context.
 
De León is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Michigan, Director of the Undocumented Migration Project, and author of The Land of Open Graves: Living and Dying on the Migrant Trail. This event is part of the 2017-2019 Global Academic Partnership on refugees and the emerging frontier of humanitarian governance, with support from the Office of the Provost, University Center for International Studies, Global Studies Center, Center for Latin American Studies, and Department of Anthropology.

 http://www.ucis.pitt.edu/clas/events/soldiers-and-kings

 
 



April 03, 2018

Film Series: 
CLAS-Cine Latinoamericano/CLAS-Latin American Cinema Series 2018

Red Gringo 
(Miguel Angel Vidaurre, 2016, Chile)
English subtitles
G-23 Public Health Building
6:30 p.m. Pizza
7:00 p.m. Movie

Official Trailerhttps://www.traileraddict.com/gringo-rojo/trailer

For more information on this film and others:
http://www.ucis.pitt.edu/clas/events/red-gringo-chile
     
Sponsored by: The Center for Latin American Studies and the Spanish Film Club by Pragda.

 


April 5, 2018
Symposium
XVI Undergraduate Research Symposium


hllugrad@pitt.edu

 

Sponsored by: The Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures, the Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS), the University Center for International Studies (UCIS), the Honors College and the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences.

 



April 6, 2018

Symposium 

Documenting Diasporas: Afro-Latin Americans and Afro-Latinos

4130 Posvar Hall
1:00-5:30 p.m.

For more information, visit: http://www.ucis.pitt.edu/clas/events/documenting-diasporas-afro-latin-americans-and-afro-latinos


 

Sponsored by Sponsored by: The Center for Latin American Studies, the University Center for Int'l Studies, the Department of Africana Studies, the Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures and the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh. 

 


April 14, 2018

Latin American & Caribbean Festival (CLAS)
Noon--8:00 p.m.
http://www.ucis.pitt.edu/clas/festival 
First Floor of Posvar Hall and Patio
Free and open to the public.


 


April 17, 2018

Film Series: 
CLAS-Cine Latinoamericano/CLAS-Latin American Cinema Series 2018

       
Panama Canal Stories (2014, Panama)
Official Trailerhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mw6JruZ0D_g
English subtitles
G-23 Public Health Building
6:30 p.m. Pizza
 7:00 p.m. Movie

For more information on this film and others:
http://www.ucis.pitt.edu/clas/events/list  
     
Sponsored by: The Center for Latin American Studies and the Spanish Film Club by Pragda.

 
 


Other Pitt Events   (Back to top)

Let us know about events going on in the community. We will publish community events in our weekly updates and email newsletter.
To submit events, visit:
 http://www.ucis.pitt.edu/clas/content/community-events-form

Other Pitt Events(not sponsored by the Center for Latin American Studies) 
Pittsburgh Community Events Form

NOTE: All announcements and events are listed in chronological order.


 
English Language Institute

For more information on programs, visit: http://pre.eli.pitt.edu/english-second-language-esl-programs-study

For over 50 years, the English Language Institute (ELI) at the University of Pittsburgh has been teaching English as a second language courses for international students with a variety of language needs. The ELI has a rich assortment of courses to help  students reach their educational goals.


 


 

Faculty News and Publications   (Back to top)



News from Dr. Jerome Branche, Chair, Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures:

Post/Colonialism and the Pursuit of Freedom in the Black Atlantic
(Routledge 2018).

 



From Hillman Library:  
 
Requests from researchers has led the ULS to do a trial of Gale’s Archives of Sexuality & Gender databases. 

Briefly, they cover primary sources on social, political, health, and legal issues impacting LGBTQ communities around the world. 

We welcome your feedback on this database.  Please send it to:   martham@pitt.edu  

Password: upitt_main 


Trial: Archives of Sexuality & Gender: LGBTQ History and Culture Since 1940 Part 1,          
URL: http://infotrac.galegroup.com/itweb/upitt_main?db=AHSI&id=upitt_main
upitt_main

Trial: LGBTQ History and Culture Since 1940 Part 2,         
URL: http://infotrac.galegroup.com/itweb/upitt_main?db=AHSI&id=upitt_main

 



News from Dr. Diego Chaves-Gnecco, CLAS Faculty, Program Director and Founder, SALUD PARA NIÑOS, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
for photo rights, click on photo.
Diego Chaves-Gnecco, associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, and director and founder of the program SALUD Para Niños at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC received the F. Edwards Rushton CATCH Award at the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) National Conference and Exhibition. Named in honor of F. Edwards Rushton, Sr., this award honors pediatricians who collaborate within their communities to increase children’s access to healthcare and other needed services. Chaves-Gnecco is the first Latino pediatrician to receive this recognition, as well as the first to be awarded for a resident CATCH grant.

In 2002, Chaves-Gnecco created the first bilingual pediatric clinic at Children’s Hospital. With funding from his 2004 resident CATCH grant, Chaves-Gnecco expanded the program to provide an option for uninsured Hispanic children, and then officially named the program SALUD (Students, residents, faculty And Latinos United against health Disparities) Para Niños. Since then, the number of children enrolled has increased from 45 to over 1,000 children served, with more than 1,650 health visits a year.

 


CONVOCATORIA!
La convocatoria para participar en el Cuarto Seminario Internacional de la Red ALC-China que se llevará a cabo el 28-30 de mayo de 2018 en la Ciudad de México.

Convocatoriahttp://www.redalc-china.org/v21/images/seminario/2018/Convocatoria_Seminario_2018_DEF.pdf

Home: http://www.redalc-china.org/v21/es-es/?option=com_content&view=article&id=70




 
Certificate information for undergraduate and graduate students:

The number one priority of the Center for Latin American Studies is its students. CLAS seeks to expand and enrich resources on the Latin American and Caribbean region at the University of Pittsburgh in order to offer its students multidisciplinary academic training programs of the highest quality that complement a degree in a discipline or profession.

Undergraduate Programs: https://www.ucis.pitt.edu/clas/ugrad_programs   
 
Graduate Programs: https://www.ucis.pitt.edu/clas/grad_certificates
 
To set-up an advising meeting with the CLAS Advisor go to: https://www.ucis.pitt.edu/clas/advising
 

 



News from Juan Fernando Velásquez, a doctoral candidate in musicology, Latin American Studies and Cultural Studies Certificate student, published an article in the last issue of Latin American Music Review, a peer-reviewed journal published by the University of Texas Press:
https://muse.jhu.edu/article/679922

 



April 5, 2018

Symposium

XVI Undergraduate Research Symposium
For more information: hllugrad@pitt.edu

Sponsored by: The Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures, the Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS), the University Center for International Studies (UCIS), the Honors College and the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences.

 



Spanish Club - Club de Español

Pitt Spanish Club is a student organization of the University of Pittsburgh with the principal goal of promoting the practice of speaking Spanish. One way we achieve this goal is through conversation tables, which allow students to practice their conversation skills in a relaxed environment twice a week. Additionally, the group promotes Latin American and Hispanic culture through events like dance workshops and cultural nights. The club works with other organizations with ties to Latin American culture in Pittsburgh, like the Center for Latin American Studies and Brazil Nuts. The club involves itself with the local Hispanic community by offering volunteer opportunities.

E-mail: pittspanishclub@gmail.com
Website: https://pittspanishclub.weebly.com/  or
https://www.facebook.com/groups/PittSpanishClub/



Brazil Nuts Portuguese Club

Contact E-mail: brazil@pitt.edu


 


Funding, Internships, Fellowships and Scholarships Opportunities  
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For other research and study opportunities visit: 

http://lasa.international.pitt.edu/members/research-study/index.asp

  



Summer Language Workshop--Intensive Summer Haitian Creole
http://indiana.edu/~swseel/languages/details/haitiancreole


 



Fellowship
Calll for proposals for the Richard E. Greenleaf Fellowships at the Latin American Library, Tulane University, for researchers from Latin America and the Caribbean, for 2018-2019.
Research fellowship information & forms: http://lal.tulane.edu/happenings/fellowships

 



Heinz Fellows Program

The Heinz Fellows Program offers an extraordinary, year-long opportunity for forward-thinking, social justice-oriented individuals who are interested in the future of education. Fellows will work in collaboration with each other to support students while building the knowledge and skills to work in urban schools.
More information: http://www.cue.pitt.edu/heinz
  
 



Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC) Fellowships

https://www.caorc.org/fellowships

Fostering research projects across national boundaries

Founded in 1981, the Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC) is a private nonprofit federation of independent overseas research centers (ORCs) that promote advanced research, particularly in the humanities and social sciences, with a focus on the conservation and recording of cultural heritage and the understanding and interpretation of modern societies. CAORC fosters research projects across national boundaries, encourages collaborative research and programmatic and administrative coherence among member centers, and works to expand their resource base and service capacity. CAORC member centers maintain a permanent presence in the host countries where they operate—in Europe, Latin America, the Near and Middle East, South and Southeast Asia, and West Africa.

The centers are the primary vehicle through which American scholars carry out research vital to our understanding of and intersection with other cultures. Some centers have existed for over a century while others were founded in the decades following World War II in response to American scholarly needs and host country invitations. Nearly four hundred American universities, colleges, and museums hold multiple memberships in the centers which serve their institutional members, individual fellows and members, and affiliated scholars through a broad range of research- and teaching-support services. Funding is awarded from sources including the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Department of Education, and the Smithsonian Institution, as well as from private foundations and individuals.

 


Organizations   (Back to top)


NOTE: These are organizations from around the country, the world and locally, we recommend that you visit their website for information about their events, and opportunities!

Americas Society/Council of the Americas (AS/COA)
Americas Society (AS)

Is the premier forum dedicated to education, debate, and dialogue in the Americas. Its mission is to foster an understanding of the contemporary political, social, and economic issues confronting Latin America, the Caribbean, and Canada, and to increase public awareness and appreciation of the diverse cultural heritage of the Americas and the importance of the inter-American relationship.   http://www.as-coa.org/
 


Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is the oldest international affairs think tank in the United States and the first global think tank. For updates and information about events and topics visit: http://carnegieendowment.org/programs/
 


 
Department of Music at the University of Pittsburgh

For more information about tickets and events visit: http://www.music.pitt.edu/ or http://www.music.pitt.edu/events
 


Council Hemispheric Affairs

Founded in 1975, the Council on Hemispheric Affairs (COHA), a nonprofit, tax-exempt independent research and information organization, was established to promote the common interests of the hemisphere, raise the visibility of regional affairs and increase the importance of the inter-American relationship, as well as encourage the formulation of rational and constructive U.S. policies towards Latin America. In 1982, COHA’s board of trustees voted to expand its mandate to include monitoring Canadian/Latin American relations.

Since its inception, COHA has been one of the most active and broadest-based U.S. private bodies dealing with the entire spectrum of political, economic and diplomatic issues, as well as responding to the economic and political challenges confronting the nations of this hemisphere. From its beginnings, COHA’s board consisted of the leadership of some of this country’s most important trade unions, professional organizations and religious groups, as well as distinguished civic and academic figures, who joined together to advance their common belief in support of representative government and pluralistic institutions throughout the hemisphere.
For more information contact: http://www.coha.org/
 


Global Links

Global Links is a medical relief and development organization dedicated to promoting environmental stewardship and improving health in resource-poor communities, primarily in Latin America and the Caribbean. Our two-fold mission provides hospitals with a socially and environmentally beneficial alternative to sending hundreds of tons of still-useful surplus materials to landfills.

Hospitals and clinics in under-served communities often lack the supplies and equipment necessary to provide even basic care to their patients, resulting in needless suffering and deaths. At the same time, the US healthcare industry generates a staggering amount of medical surplus which, without intervention, is destined to pile up in our landfills.

Global Links' innovative model of recovery and reuse connects these two social problems in a way that helps to solve both, creating a "virtuous circle" that converts an environmental burden to a life-saving purpose. For information about events and programs visit: http://www.globallinks.org/
 


Latin American Council of Social Science

The Latin American Council of Social Science (CLACSO is a non-govermental international organization with UNESCO associate status, established in 1967. We currently bring together 394 research centers and graduate school in the field of social sciences and humanities n 26 Latin American countries, North America and Europe.
http://www.clacso.org.ar/


 
Latin American Perspectives

is a theoretical and scholarly journal for discussion and debate on the political economy of capitalism, imperialism, and socialism in the Americas. For more than forty years, it has published timely, progressive analyses of the social forces shaping contemporary Latin America. http://latinamericanperspectives.com/


 

Latinamerican Press 

Mission: To produce independent and reliable information and analysis about Latin America and the Caribbean with an emphasis on the problems and situations that affect the human rights of vulnerable and marginalized sectors of the population, and distribute it among individuals—and strengthen the communications skills of social leaders and leaders of opinion—groups and forums whose work has the power to contribute to the construction of more inclusive and just societies.
http://www.lapress.org/contents.asp?niv=1&item=1



Latin American Studies Association (LASA)

Forum: The fall 2017 issue of the LASA Forum is now available for viewing online. This brief issue includes two timely essays on the crisis in Venezuela. Members can also view the new LASA membership dues and an explanation of the new dues structure. Also, the LASA2018 program co-chair shares updates on the upcoming LASA Congress in Barcelona.


 

Latin American Research Review (LARR)

The Latin American Research Review (LARR) is an interdisciplinary journal that publishes original research and surveys of current research on Latin America and the Caribbean.
 
The Latin American Research Review now has a blog, hosted by the information platform Panoramas at the Center for Latin American Studies, University of Pittsburgh, highlighting recent and forthcoming articles: see the LARR blog.
 
LARR was founded in 1965 by a consortium of U.S. universities. When the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) was established the following year, LARR and LASA merged, with the journal becoming the association's official scholarly journal.

Starting at University of Texas at Austin in 1965, the editorship moved to the University of North Carolina in 1974, and then to the University of New Mexico in 1982 before returning to the University of Texas at Austin in 2003.Dr. Philip Oxhorn at McGill University was editor in chief from 2006 to 2016. The new editor in chief, starting in 2017, is Professor Aníbal Pérez-Liñán at the University of Pittsburgh.
 
Beginning in 2017, LARR is open access and online-only at larrlasa.org. No subscription is needed to access new content.



OLA (Observatory in Latin America—Observatorio Latino Americano)
The broad objectives of OLA are to:
•Improve academic and public understanding by observing and studying the processes of political and economic change underway in Latin America.

•Foster a public dialogue between and within the United States and Latin America about the challenges of building social democracy in a globalized world, including creating opportunities for Latin American leaders to directly express their views to audiences in the United States.

•Collaborate with Latin American institutions to further these objectives within countries across the Hemisphere by linking and mobilizing ideas and institutions.
For events visit: http://observatorylatinamerica.org/
 


The Economic Commission for Latin America CEPAL (news)

The Economic Commission for Latin America (ECLA) -the Spanish acronym is CEPAL- was established by Economic and Social Council resolution 106(VI) of 25 February 1948 and began to function that same year. The scope of the Commission's work was later broadened to include the countries of the Caribbean, and by resolution 1984/67 of 27 July 1984, the Economic Council decided to change its name to the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC); the Spanish acronym, CEPAL, remains unchanged.
 
ECLAC, which is headquartered in Santiago, Chile, is one of the five regional commissions of the United Nations. It was founded with the purpose of contributing to the economic development of Latin America, coordinating actions directed towards this end, and reinforcing economic ties among countries and with other nations of the world. The promotion of the region's social development was later included among its primary objectives.
 
In June 1951, the Commission established the ECLAC subregional headquarters in Mexico City, which serves the needs of the Central American subregion, and in December 1966, the ECLAC subregional headquarters for the Caribbean was founded in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. In addition, ECLAC maintains country offices in Buenos Aires, Brasilia, Montevideo and Bogotá, as well as a liaison office in Washington, D.C. https://www.cepal.org/en 
 


The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Chronicle of Higher Education is the No. 1 source of news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty members and administrators. Based in Washington, D.C., The Chronicle has more than 70 writers, editors, and international correspondents. http://chronicle.com/section/Home/5
 


The Humanities Center at the University of Pittsburgh

The Humanities Center has been running for seven years.  Its vitality derives from the energy of Pitt’s faculty and students in the humanities and associated departments. Thanks to all the hundreds whose scholarly and intellectual passions generate the proposals and fuel the participation that together make a flourishing center. For more information: http://www.humcenter.pitt.edu/
 


The World History Center, Department of History, University of Pittsburgh

The World History Center at the University of Pittsburgh emphasizes research, teaching, and international collaboration on the global past, with attention to policies for the global future. The Center, directed by Patrick Manning, is located in the Department of History and is affiliated with the Global Studies Center and the University Center for International Studies.
http://www.worldhistory.pitt.edu/index.php
 


World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh

The World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting a deeper understanding of key contemporary international issues throughout Western Pennsylvania. Established in 1931, the Council is committed to informing opinion leaders and decision-makers about developments around the world as they unfold, and to educating them about the relevance of such developments to the region.

The Council also has a special focus on secondary schools throughout the region, and works to give students and teachers a more nuanced understanding of the global issues of our time. https://www.worldpittsburgh.org/
 

 


Community Events   (Back to top)
NOTE: All announcements and events are listed in chronological order.

Let us know about events going on in the community. We will publish community events in our weekly updates and email newsletter.

To submit events, visit: http://www.ucis.pitt.edu/clas/content/community-events-form

Other Pitt Events (not sponsored by the Center for Latin American Studies)

Pittsburgh Community Events Form



Friday, April 6, 2018

Pittsburgh Filmmakers Helps to Raise Money for a Local Student’s Humanitarian Missions in Puerto Rico

Student Rosana Guernica Continues to Push for Puerto Rico’s Recovery Through Her Numerous Relief Missions
 
Beginning at 6:30pm
Ending approx. 10:00pm
 
All proceeds from this event will go directly to Rosana's humanitarian work for Puerto Rico.
For more information about this event, visit:
 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/relief-for-puerto-rico-tickets-44458614914


 



Scholarship 

The Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (PMAHCC) Foundation Scholarship Program accepts applications for the annual scholarship program from January 1 until April 30 for the scholastic year starting in the fall. Students must respond to all PMAHCCF requests for verification and transcripts in order to be eligible.
 
Grant amounts are evaluated for each applicant depending on individual need or merit; and the foundation available funds. Not all applicants will be selected as recipients.

For more information, visit: http://pmahcc.wildapricot.org/page-18253 

QUALIFICATIONS
 
To be eligible to apply to the scholarship program, applicants must:

•Currently attend, enrolled in or accepted into in an accredited post-high school educational institution** including 2 or 4 year college or university or vocational, technical or trade school in the United States or its territories
 
•Currently reside or have certain and established plans to reside in one of the following counties: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Westmoreland or Washington County
 
•Demonstrate unmet financial need of at least $1,000 after the financial aid award package has been determined
 
•Have at least one parent of Hispanic ancestry (at least one of applicant’s grandparents must be Hispanic)
 
•Have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0
 
•Enroll as a full-time student
 
•Community involvement is preferred
 
** Approved accredited institutions are defined as Title IV eligible, accredited, post-secondary two- or four-year



Every Thursday!
https://www.facebook.com/LatinoCommunityCenter/

 



Butler Area Public Library
(Spanish resources)
For more information: 
jtulba@gmail.com 

 



 
Language Classes

Let’s Speak English

If English is not your native language, join our group for lively English conversation. Let’s Speak English meets in Classroom A every Wednesday from 5-6 pm EXCEPT for July 4 and November 21.

  • These classes are FREE.
  • You do not have to register for the classes.
  • You do not need to bring anything or buy anything.
  • New participants are welcome at any time.
  • This class is for adults, but young people are welcome as long as they behave respectfully.

Address

CLP – Main (Oakland) – Classroom A

CLP – Main (Oakland) – Classroom A
4400 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh 15213
412.622.3114

Contact:
Bonnie or Rita
Phone: 412.622.3151
Email: newandfeatured@carnegielibrary.

 




SALUD PARA NINOS UPDATES, NEWS AND FUTURE EVENTS

This is a trilingual newsletter in English, Spanish and Portuguese. For list of events, visit:  http://www.chp.edu/our-services/spanish-clinic/en-espanol
or

http://www.chp.edu/saludparaninos 

 

Call for Papers and Conference Information  
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For other conferences opportunities visit: 

http://lasa.international.pitt.edu/members/conferences/index.asp


 


Call for Papers - The right in Latin America
Colombia International (open access journal) 
Deadline: April 15, 2018

https://revistas.uniandes.edu.co/journal/colombiaint



CONVOCATORIA!
La convocatoria para participar en el Cuarto Seminario Internacional de la Red ALC-China que se llevará a cabo el 28-30 de mayo de 2018 en la Ciudad de México.

Convocatoriahttp://www.redalc-china.org/v21/images/seminario/2018/Convocatoria_Seminario_2018_DEF.pdf

Home: http://www.redalc-china.org/v21/es-es/?option=com_content&view=article&id=70

 


Employment Opportunities  (Back to top)

For other employment opportunities, visit: 
http://lasa.international.pitt.edu/members/employment/index.asp

 


Vice President and Chief Operating Officer--The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)
http://storbeckpimentel.com/resources/uploads/institution/ACLS.VicePresident.PD.pdf

Programme Manager in charge of Generation and Transfer of Knowledge at the Service of the Bi-regional Partnership--European Union – Latin America and Caribbean Foundation (EU-LAC Foundation)
https://eulacfoundation.org/sites/eulacfoundation.org/files/files/PM_PublicationKnowledge_%20Service_Bi-regional_Partnership.pdf

Curator for Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Studies
For information about this position, visit:
https://jobs-nypl.icims.com/jobs/9966/curator-for-latin-american%2c-iberian%2c-and-latino-studies/job?mobile=false&width=750&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240

 

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