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“1968-2018 Historia colectiva de medio siglo” Commemorating 50 years since the 1968 Student Movement


US-Cuba Cooperate on Clinical Trials of Cancer Drug

Competitiveness and Innovation in Brazil

Democratic Freedom as Resistance against Self-hatred, Epistemic Injustice, and Oppression in Freire’s Critical Theory

 Latin Jazz in the City – A Musical Tribute to the Greatest Latin American Women Singers of All Time

Spaces of Exception – Geographies of Injustice

A Rhythmic History of Brazilian Music

Spaces of Exception – Geographies of Injustice

2018 Brazil Elections Watch Party – Brazil Talk

“Repensando la historia de las mujeres de la maquila” Cirila Quintero

Argentina: Quo Vadis?


Latin America Thinks Trump

Cooperation between Brazil and China in Multilateral Banks: challenging the traditional financial mechanisms or bridging the gap in the supply of funds?

Gold mining communities in Colombia & their struggle against criminal organizations and multinational corporations

Conversatorio Economía: ¿Hacia dónde va Colombia con el Presidente Iván Duque?


Quienes Ganan? Prospectivas de la reforma tributaria de Chile.

A Celebration for the 100th Anniversary of Pita Amor


The general elections in Brazil: a view from the inside

Brazilian Elections: Challenges for the Next President


Surviving Oppression: Voices from Honduras and Nicaragua


El Planeamiento Participativo en el Desarollo Local en Cuba

The New Congress and Brazil after the Elections

Migration and Political Development in Brazil

Africa in Brazil

Crimes, Punishements, and the Due Proess: Ideas, Texts, and Individuals Travelling across the Atlantic

Reports from the Field: Graduate Student Presentations on Research in Latin America

What Next? Perspectives on Post-2018 Elections Brazil


Fireside Chat with Mr. Courtenay Rattray – Jamaican Permanent Representative to the UN


Is the debt “too high”? An exploratory analysis of the Brazilian case

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