Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program
Click here to view the finalized schedule for the Environment and Conflict in Latin America Film Series and Symposium.
Deadline approaching: January 31 for abstracts for presentations by faculty and students; please share widely Call for Papers Environment & Conflict in Latin America Symposium and Film Series organized by the Latin American and Caribbean Studies program at Colorado State University Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado Friday, March 2, 2018 For centuries, Latin America […]
Full schedule for the Symposium on Borders and Borderlands Culture, Society, and Economics during Changing Times (Morgan Liberary Event Hall April 20, 2017). Click here.
The Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program is looking for papers for the “Borders and Borderlands: Culture, Society, and Economics during Changing Times” symposium. The event will Thursday, April 20, 2017. Paper abstracts are due February 28, 2017. Click here for more information about the symposium.
This symposium will offer the Fort Collins community a diverse perspective on Cuba. Cubans have been at the center of extraordinary historical events, and despite their isolation, they continue to inspire people around the world with their culture, music, and ideas. This event looks at the effects of economic and political change on Cuban society, […]
Click here to see the full program for the Symposium “Cuba in Transition: Society and Culture during Changing Times.”
The talk examines the history of female prostitution in Havana from 1600 to the present. While Cuban women used sexual labor to support their families, to attain financial independence, and to buy their freedom from slavery, it is only with the advent of state-regulated prostitution that a discursive regime developed to create and solidify the […]