Spring 2022 Lecture Series

Tuesdays, 12:00-1:00 p.m.

We will be offering lectures both live (206 Ingraham Hall + live-streamed via Facebook) and virtual (via Zoom) next spring. If you miss a lecture, you will be able to view them later on our programming archive page HERE.

Please note that we are requiring pre-registration and limiting attendance to 20 attendees for the live lectures.

Please see the details for each event to determine how it will be given (and to pre-register). 

*These lectures are part of our special series: “Visualizing the Hispanic World.”

February 1: TBD

February 8: TBD

February 15: Lecture and Book Presentation: “Filmspanism: A Critical Companion to the Study of Spanish Film”* | Presented by Professor Juan Egea, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, UW-Madison

February 22: TBD

March 1: TBD | Presented by Francisco Rosado May

March 8: TBD

March 22: TBD | Presented by Tabitha Faber

March 29: TBD | Presented by Gabriela Yepes-Rossal*

April 5: TBD | Presented by Javier Couso

April 12: Lecture and Book Presentation: “Precarious Democracy: Ethnographies of Hope, Despair, and Resistance in Brazil” | Presented by Falina Enriquez, Professor of Anthropology, UW-Madison, and others

April 19: Lecture and Film Screening: “Maya Land: Listening to the Bees”* | Presented by Kata Beilin, LACIS Faculty Director and Professor of Spanish and Portuguese, UW-Madison

April 26: TBD | Presented by Miguel Brieva* — Presented via Zoom

Co-sponsored by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, UW-Madison