Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Lecture by Maria Ines Berbes

4:00 pm, WEB DuBois Library, UMASS AMHERST

Monday, October 22, 2012

Ni Una Muerta Más por Aborto Clandestino –Successes and Failures of the Campaigns to Decriminalize Abortion in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay

4:00 pm, thompson 519, umass amherst

Cora Fernandez Anderson, Five College Post Doctoral Fellow 

CLACLS Research Colloquium Series. 


Thursday, October 25, 2012

Presentation of the Major

12:00 am, campus center 003, smith College

Monday, October 29, 2012

Angel Quintero Rivera, Five College Distinguised Latin American Visitor

4:00 pm, Amherst rooM, umass amherst

Opening event with a presentation by student dance group Cayena. Lecture conducted in English.


Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Fact or Fiction: Representations of Latina and Latin American Women in Film

8:30 AM, Amherst College

Angel Quintero Riveraon dance and representation/identity in Cuba and Puerto Rico. Conducted in Spanish.


Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Angel Quintero Rivera, Five College Distinguished Latin American Visitor

6:30 pm, Chenoweth Lab 108, umass amherst

Angel Quintero Rivera on a basic overview of the history of Puerto Rico, particularly its history of colonialism, and the general movements of the society from an agriculture to industry, and ultimately the migration of many Puerto Ricans to the US, as well as an understanding that there are many sides to every story and many lenses through which history can be told. Conducted in English.


Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Occupy Everything and 2011 Global Uprisings

5:00 pm, CC 911, umass amherst

Jeffrey Juris, Northeastern University.

Part of a Fall 2012 Lecture Series, On Protest, sponsored by the Department of Political Science and CLACLS.


Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Angel Quintero Rivera, Five College Distinguished Latin American Visitor

11:00 AM, anDREOLA rOOM, mOUNT HOLYOKE College

Angel Quintero Rivera on the points of contact and conversation between Latina/o Studies, Latin American, and Cultural Studies traced via music.


Thursday, November 1, 2012

Angel Quintero Rivera, Five College Distinguished Latin American Visitor

7:00 pm, Neilsen browsing room, smith college

Angel Quintero Rivera on labor movements in Puerto Rico. Lecture conducted in English.


Friday, November 2, 2012

Angel Quintero Rivera, Five College Distinguished Latin American Visitor

2:30 Pm, fLINT lAB 201, uMASS amHERST

Angel Quintero Rivera addresses issues about African slavery in the Americas, specifically the Caribbean, Brazil, and Colombia. Conducted in English.


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