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".
Sorting Out the Mixed Economy argues that many of the tools that took apart midcentury welfare and developmental states came, ironically enough, from the repertoire of midcentury statebuilding itself. The book takes readers through half a century of US and Colombian history, offering a transnational history of state formation and…
Chilean Jazz Vocalist
Presidential Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Spanish and Portuguese
This presentation will examine the origins of nationalism in nineteenth century Philippines through cultural translation practices.
Lunch will be provided
Talk and screening by Andrés Di Tella
Diaries, notebooks, sketches, working papers. Provisional, unfinished, circumstancial forms that converge in one of the most vibrant currents of contemporary cinema. Note-taking and the diary conceived not only as a working method but also as an art form in itself. A cinematic language in…
This talk explores the 16-month period between Bolivia's April 1952 revolution and the August 1953 agrarian reform decree, a period during which massive campesino mobilizations and the attendant threat of violence reconfigured the possibilities of rural revolution. While the armed phase of the revolution lasted only three days, and produced…
Raplove: The Politics of Recursion in Latin American Hip-Hop
Charlie Hankin (Spanish and Portuguese, Princeton)
This paper explores a widespread tendency toward mise-en-abyme by rappers in Cuba, Brazil, and Haiti: the common gesture of rapping about rap or in apostrophe to hip-hop in quasi-religious…
A Brazil LAB event with Cecilia Machado and Thomas Fujiwara.
Cecilia Machado is Assistant Professor at the Graduate School of Economics of the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV). Her areas of interest include labor economics, econometrics and applied microeconomics. Machado has done research on gender differences in the…
Frances Negrón-Muntaner (English and Comparative Literature, Columbia)
Frances Negrón-Muntaner M.A. in Visual Anthropology and Fine Arts, Temple; Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, Rutgers. Frances Negrón-Muntaner is an award-winning filmmaker, writer, and scholar. She is the recipient of Ford, Truman,…
- 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. 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 protected]) 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