16-19 April will be Mozambique Week in SPO!
Please join us for a special (multilingual) series of discussions with scholars and cultural agents working on contemporary Mozambique. Two of our guest are coming from Maputo, making this a unique opportunity.
Tuesday, April 17, 1:30-2:50, Friend Center 305
Panelists will speak about their favorite works from their distinct scholarly perspectives, underscoring how different forms of knowledge can inform and help shape our perception. Reception to follow.
The Colombian Studies Group at Princeton and The Boquitas Pintadas Film Club invite you to a screening of the award-winning documentary "Pizarro" (2016), this Thursday, Sept 29 at 8 pm in East Pyne Hall 010.
This screening of "Pizarro" is part of the Colombia Migrant International Film Festival, which will showcase movies in 11…
A conversation with award-winning author Lilia M. Schwarcz about her new work followed by a reception and book signing
Discussant: Flora Thomson-DeVeaux ‘13, Literary Scholar and Translator
Moderator: Miqueias Mugge, Associate Research Scholar, Brazil LAB
Film in Portuguese with English subtitles. Co-organized with the SPO Film Club Boquitas Pintadas.
The Caribbean Studies Speakers Series represents a collective effort to foreground Caribbean Studies at Princeton University by convening a group of scholars based on their innovative research in and on the region. From experimental soundscapes and digital self-writing to archival pedagogies and emancipatory memory, the works of these pioneers…
Join us in welcoming former SPO major and author of this year's Princeton Pre-read, "Every Day the River Changes: Four Weeks Down the Magdalena".
Authoritarianism is a recurrent trend in Latin American history since independence. As long as institutions can not be established on permanent bases, dictators keep coming surging, presently not through coup d’états, but through elections. Are we condemned to repetition? Has populism come to remain? Can we hope for democracy in the future?…
After studying film in Mexico, López Gallardo worked as a film editor alongside some of the most cutting-edge directors of recent Latin American cinema, such as Argentinian Lisandro Alonso (Los muertos, 2004), and Mexicans Amat Escalante (Heli, 2013) and Carlos Reygadas (Post Tenebras Lux, 2012; Luz silenciosa, 2007).
- Discussions will be held in Portuguese and English
- Faculty, students, staff -- all are welcome!
- For freshmen and sophomores interested in the 2012 Princeton in Spain summer program
- Free and open to the public
- Free and open to the public. Films will be screened in the original language with English subtitles.
- Free and open to the public.
- Free and open to the public. Please send an email to Silvana Bishop (firstname.lastname@example.org) to register for this workshop.
- Free and open to the public. Round table followed by discussion in Spanish and English.
- Free and open to the public. Discussions will be held in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
- Interested students should contact Prof. Antonio Calvo (email@example.com) in advance to register for the exam.
- Introduction by Gabriela Nouzeilles
- Open to faculty, staff and students
- Open to graduate students in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese
- Open to Princeton in Spain participants
- Open to the public
- Public lecture in Spanish