Hall Center: Latin American Seminar
The Latin American Seminar takes a different regional or topical focus every one or two years within the larger Latin American context, and with an interdisciplinary approach. The ongoing seminar will feature scholarship in the humanities as well as the social and physical sciences. KU faculty and graduate students who would like to present a paper in the seminar or want to suggest a speaker should contact Santa Arias (Director of Center of Latin American & Caribbean Studies, 864-1126, email@example.com).
Seminars are open to all graduate students, faculty and staff of the University of Kansas and their guests. All seminars meet in the Hall Center Seminar Room unless otherwise noted. No prior registration is required.
For more information, contact or visit the website of The Hall Center for the Humanities.
Spring 2013 Schedule
The seminar explores the regional, topical, and methodological research strengths and concerns of the KU Latin Americanist faculty and graduate students. The 2012-2013 theme, "Latin American and the Environment," focuses on how indigenous peoples are reshaping their identities in a transnational world. For more information, contact J. Christopher Brown (Geography/Environmental Studies, 864-8992, firstname.lastname@example.org), Peter Herlihy (Geography, 864-4292, email@example.com), Elizabeth Kuznesof (History/Center of Latin American & Caribbean Studies, 864-4213, firstname.lastname@example.org), or Brent Metz (Anthropology, 864-2631, email@example.com).
To see past semester's Hall Center: Latin American Seminars see below: