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Cuba

Cuba 101…and More!

On December 15, 2014 by UW LACIS Blog

by Sarah Ripp (LACIS’ Outreach Coordinator and Undergraduate Advisor) On Friday, December 12th, LACIS co-sponsored a mini-course, “Cuba 101″, with the Office of Continuing Studies.  It was a resounding success — standing room...

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LACIS in the Community

On December 12, 2014 by UW LACIS Blog

by Bette Benson (LACIS Social Media/Outreach Intern, BA, Pol Sci, Intl Stud & LACIS ’15) One of the great things about the LACIS program is how we get to be involved in the...

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Wisconsin Idea Fellowship

On December 5, 2014 by UW LACIS Blog

UW-Madison junior Hasan Nadeem, majoring in biology, economics and global health, created an ambitious six-month nutrition project for the village of Santa Ana, Honduras. His idea one of nine accepted for a Wisconsin...

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Update on Ayotzinapa

On December 5, 2014 by UW LACIS Blog

The following is PhD Candidate/Spanish TA, Edith Beltran’s, reflection on the November 20th teleconfernece with the University of Chicago’s Aurturo Cano and Benjamin Lessing on the events in Ayotzinapa, Mexico On November 20, 2014, the University...

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NAVE Scholarship Recipient: Sophie Rzchowski

On December 3, 2014 by UW LACIS Blog

by Bette Benson (LACIS Social Media/Outreach Intern, BA, Pol Sci, Intl Stud & LACIS ’15) Sophie Rzchowski, a Madisonian junior majoring in Spanish and Journalism, was recently awarded the NAVE scholarship. The funds from...

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“Madison Day of the Dead Celebration featuring art installation and film screenings”

On October 31, 2014 by UW LACIS Blog

(by Jessica Schwartz, LACIS’ Outreach Intern and BA ’15) Based on the traditions of Oaxaca, Mexico, community members are celebrating Day of the Dead – with a Madison twist. Artist and Professor Carolyn...

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“In Solidarity with Missing Students from Ayotzinapa, Mexico”

On October 27, 2014 by UW LACIS Blog

The following is PhD Candidate/Spanish TA, Edith Beltran’s, reflection on the rally held in Madison on 10/22/14 to stand in solidarity with the missing students in Ayotzinapa, Mexico They took them alive, we...

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Nicaraguan Human Rights Lawyer and Activist Juanita Jiménez Martinez

On October 17, 2014 by UW LACIS Blog

by Bette Benson (LACIS Social Media/Outreach Intern, BA, Pol Sci & Intl Stud ’15) The University of Wisconsin welcomed Nicaraguan Human Rights Lawyer and Activist Juanita Jiménez Martinez to campus earlier this month....

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LACIS HOLOFOTE: Six Weeks in Salvador da Bahia

On October 17, 2014 by UW LACIS Blog

The following is Laura E. Hamman’s reflection on the time she spent in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, thanks in part to the FLAS grant she received. Ah, que bom você chegou! As a...

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Pablo F. Gómez, PhD, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Medical History and Bioethics
Department of the History of Science & LACIS Affiliate Faculty Member

LACIS Faculty Member Awarded Andrés Ramos Mattei-Neville Hall Article Prize

On September 29, 2014 by UW LACIS Blog

by Bette Benson (LACIS Social Media/Outreach Intern, BA, Pol Sci & Intl Stud ’15) UW-Madison Assistant Professor of Medical History, Pablo F. Gómez, has been chosen as the recipient of the Andrés Ramos...

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