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Spring 2013

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April 10

Brown Bag Talk

Liza Grandia: Land and Inequity:  "Worst Practices" of the World Bank in Guatemala


liza grandia

12:00p.m.-2:00p.m.

Hart Hall 3201

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April 12

HIA Movie Night

elefante blanco

6:10 p.m.

Wellman 7

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April 17

Book Presentation

Paul Dix and Pamela Fitzpatrick:

Nicaragua Surviving the Legacy of U.S. Policy

Nicaragua surviving US policy 

12:00-1:00p.m.

Andrews Conference Room

Social Sciences and Humanities 2203

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praise for: Nicaragua Surviving the Legacy of US Policy

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April 25

Robin DeLugan -

Reimagining National Belonging:

Post-Civil War El Salvador in a Global Context

salvador book cover


12:00-1:00p.m.

273 SSH

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April 26th

HIA Movie Night

De Jueves a Domingo (Thursday Through Sunday)

thursday through sunday

Wellman 7

6:10 p.m.

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April 29 - May 4

La Raza Culture Days

la raza culture days 2013

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May 15th

Visiting Speaker:  Dr. Leonor Arfuch

912 Sproul

2:00-3:30 pm

 

May 17

HIA Movie Night

Infancia Clandestina (Clandestine Childhood)

clandenstine childhood

Wellman 7

6:10 p.m.

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UPDATE:  Friday, May 31

HIA Burrito Dinner

(please note that this was originally scheduled for Thursday - now its Friday)

El Mariachi

400 G. St, Davis, CA

6:00p.m.

HIA dinner edit

 

 

Wednesday, June 5

3201 Hart Hall - Risling Room

12:10 p.m.

Cuba Talk. Estado del Debate en Cuba 

HIA is delighted to host two scholars from the University of Havana, Yohanka León del Río and Felix Valdes García.  After months of (customary) delay, the State Department granted them and a small contingent of Cuban scholars visas to attend the LASA meetings this week.  
Their talk will examine critical theory, liberation movements, and contemporary thought in Cuba.  It will be in Spanish but the discussion will be in English and Spanish.  Please join us next Wednesday. If you'd like an opportunity to meet with them, please let me know. They will be on campus Tuesday-Wednesday-and Thursday.  
Special thanks to Education Abroad Center, Anthropology, History, Philosophy, and Spanish and Portuguese for supporting this late-breaking event.

 Cuban Talk
 

 

 

 

Monday June 10th - Thursday June 13th

Study Hall

Social Sciences and Humanities (Death Star) 1271

 

 

Spring2013 study hall

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