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Events

Events

The Latin American Studies Program is committed to sponsoring events that expose both the campus and the broader community to Latin America and its global significance. Please see below for upcoming and past events.

2019

Dec 5, 2019,
3:00pm
In this workshop, Chet Van Duzer discusses several early modern maps to demonstrate the value of applying patient contemplation to cartography.
In-Person
Weaver 102
Event Poster
Nov 15, 2019,
12:00pm
– 1:00pm
Join us for presentations, discussions, and sandwich lunches!
In-Person
Borland 121
Event Poster
Oct 29, 2019,
4:00pm
– 5:30pm
This talk explores how religious change in small highland Maya communities offers a framework for negotiation between external innovations and traditional ritual practices during the Spanish conquest.
In-Person
102 Weaver Building
Sep 19, 2019,
5:30pm
Come join three Penn State scholars who conduct research in different sites throughout the Amazon for the first of a series of events to be held over the course of the 2019-2020 academic year.
In-Person
Willard 160
Burning Rainforest

2018

Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar Series
Oct 4, 2018,
6:00pm
This talk with focus on the disposability of race and non-white peoples in Latin American censuses.
In-Person
162 Willard Building
Sep 24, 2018,
4:00pm
In-Person
Weaver 102