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From: Caribbean Studies
Volume 40, Number 2, July - December 2012
pp. 233-235 | 10.1353/crb.2012.0025

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Institute of Caribbean Studies University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras “Conferencias Caribeñas 12”

The Institute of Caribbean Studies presents its cycle of “Conferencias Caribeñas 12” (Caribbean Conferences 12). Lectures will take place at the Manuel Maldonado Denis Amphitheatre, Carmen Rivera de Alvarado Building (CRA 108), School of Social Sciences, University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras.

“Las mareas y corrientes del Mar Caribe” - Dr. Jorge Capella (Carl-COOS) February 14, 2013; 1:00–3:30 p.m.

“En canoa con Cristóbal Colón (1942–1992): Anamnesis y conmemoraciones del Quinto Centenario en Cuba, Puerto Rico y República Dominicana” - Dr. Fabienne Viala (Hispanic Studies, Warwick University, UK) February 28, 2013; 1:00–3:30 p.m.

“Santo Domingo, Haití y el Caribe del siglo XIX” - Dr. Anne E. Heller (Department of History, University of Connecticut) February 28, 2013; 1:00–3:30 p.m.

“Laundering Culture: Power and the Production of Museum Exhibits” -Dr. Sally Price (Professor Emerita, College of William and Mary) March 5, 2013; 1:00–3:30 p.m.

“Anthropology, History, and Human Rights: Saramaka People v. The State of Suriname”-Dr. Richard Price (The Best Book Award of the American Political Science Association in the Field of Human Rights 2012, and Senior Book Prize of the American Ethnological Society 2012, for Rainforest Warriors: Human Rights on Trial) March 7, 2013; 1:00–3:30 p.m.

“El rol del sector no estatal en el establecimiento de una economía solidaria y social en Cuba” - Dr. Julia Sagebien (Dalhousie University, Canada, and Professor Rafael Betancourt, Colegio San Jerónimo de La Habana, Universidad de La Habana, Cuba) March 14, 2013; 1:00–3:30 p.m.

Talk with authors of the book edited by Dr. Francisco Scarano and Dr. Stephan Palmié, The Caribbean: A History of the Region and Its People-Dr. Francisco Scarano (Director, The Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison), Dr. Pedro San Miguel, Dr. Jalil Sued Badillo, Dr. Humberto García Muñiz. March 20, 2013; 10:00 a.m.–12 p.m.

‘Cursed be Your Isles and Cursed your Institutions’: Revolutions, Slavery, and the Politics of Disaster in the Last Early Modern Hurricane” - Dr. Stuart Schwartz (George Burton Adams Professor of History, Yale University) March 21, 2013; 1:00–3:00 p.m.

Round Table on The New World Group - Dr. Norman Girvan (Professor Emeritus, University of the West Indies; former Secretary General of the Association of Caribbean Studies) April 10, 2013; 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

“The Future of Caribbean Economic Integration” - Dr. Norman Girvan, April, 11, 2013.

“Trabajo y lucha social obrera puertorriqueña en Nueva York, 1953–1959” - Dr. Aldo Lauria Santiago (Department of Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies, Rutgers University) April 18, 2013; 1:00–3:00 p.m.

“La lengua desfosilizada: Los silencios mutables dentro del reino soberano de callarse” - Audrey (Áurea) Winpenny (Ph.D. Candidate in Education, Culture & Society at the Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania) April 30, 2013; 1:00–3:00 p.m.

All lectures wil be broadcast LIVE on line through the website <http://www.ustream.tv/channel/cc71>.

Comments and suggestions welcome at <iec-cs@upr.edu>.

For further information, call Dr. Humberto García Muñiz, Director, at (787) 764-0000, extension 4212.

The 16thAnnual Hispanic & Lusophone Studies Symposium at Ohio State April 5–6, 2013

This year’s graduate student organized symposium will resemble the form of an international seminar, in that all presenters will form part of a collective effort to move toward a response of two central problematics involving the Hispanic and Lusophone worlds: Memory/history and universality, local knowledge and global power. The symposium will be divided along these two lines of thought, where we will encourage students of Latin American, Indigenous, Iberian, Colonial Transatlantic, Cultural, Popular Music, Gender and Sexuality, Queer, Film, Caribbean, and Latino Studies to enter into a transdisciplinary and transatlantic dialogue. Within each theme, panels will be formed from the thematic similarities.

Contacts: Brad Hilgert <hilgert.7@osu.edu> and Andy Woodmansee <woodmansee.5@osu.edu>, co-organizers, The Ohio State University, Department of Spanish and Portuguese <symposium_sppo...

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