Events

Alfredo Villar (Independent): "De la historieta a la historia: Conflicto armado interno, memorias y contra estéticas visuales en la narrativa gráfica peruana"

17:00 - 19:00 05 October 2022

Part of the Centre for Latin American and Caribbean Studies research seminar series. This event will take place in Samuel Alexander Building A202. However, it can be followed online via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/95860231166 The talk will be in Spanish. Abstract: El conflicto armado interno peruano produjo un conjunto de memorias que aún co..

Screening of the 10m British/Colombian short film Santi, followed by a Q&A with its director, Harry Prichards

17:00 - 19:00 09 November 2022

Part of the Centre for Latin American and Caribbean Studies research seminar series. Co-organised with the department of Drama and the Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology. Santi is a short film about the experience of Colombian immigrants in London. Its official Instagram account is: https://www.instagram.com/santithefilm/ The screening..

Marimbea music workshop

17:00 - 19:30 10 November 2022

Part of the Centre for Latin American and Caribbean Studies research seminar series. Co-organised with the Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology. The event will take place in the GCVA screening room in the basement of the Humanities Bridgeford Street Building. Marimbea is an organization created in 2016, with the mission of contributing to..

Cara Levey (Cork): Documenting Diaspora, Diasporizing Memory: Screening the Hijxs del exilio

17:00 - 19:00 23 November 2022

Part of the Centre for Latin American and Caribbean Studies research seminar series. This event will take place in Samuel Alexander Building A202. However, it can be followed online via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/95860231166 Abstract: Hundreds of us children are burdened with this gaping wound, a legacy of the dictatorship: (we are) broken, p..

Margarita Ariza: "Dossier: Summoned to Appear. On the “Salve, Salva, Salvia” Project"

17:00 - 18:30 30 November 2022

Part of the Centre for Latin American and Caribbean Studies research seminar series. This event will take place in Samuel Alexander Building A202. Margarita Ariza Aguilar was born in Buenos Aires, from where she moved to Barranquilla, Colombia when she was very young. Her artistic practice includes performance, video, drawing, painting, pub..

Allison Bigelow (University of Virginia): From Archive to Main Street: How Colonial Latin Americanists Can Redefine Our Field and Remake Community Landscapes

17:00 - 18:30 07 December 2022

Part of the Centre for Latin American and Caribbean Studies research seminar series. This event will be online: https://zoom.us/j/95860231166 Abstract: Year after year, we read reports from news media and professional organizations declaring the death of the humanities, bemoaning our lack of relevance to students, and decrying our inabilit..

Lorraine Leu (Texas): Settlement: Notions of Home and Black Visual Culture in 21st Century Brazil

17:00 - 18:30 01 February 2023

Part of the Centre for Latin American and Caribbean Studies research seminar series. This event will be online: https://zoom.us/j/95860231166

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