Spring 2023 Lunchtime Lecture Series

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

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

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

Christian Fidel Revilla Arizaca

February 7: “The Endless Crisis: An Analysis of the Socio-Political Situation of Peru” | Presented by Christian Fidel Revilla Arizaca, Universidad Nacional de San Agustin de Arequipa | VIRTUAL VIA ZOOM | REGISTER HERE  | *Please note that this lecture will be given virtually via Zoom; however, we will be livestreaming it in 206 Ingraham if you would like to watch it with us there.*

Oscar Useche

February 14: Book Presentation/Lecture: “Fundidores del progreso: imaginación industrial y la forja de la nación moderna en España/Founders of the Future: The Science and Industry of Spanish Modernization” | Presented (in Spanish, with live interpretation to English) by Dr. Oscar Ivan Useche, Lecturer, Department of English, UW-Madison | HYBRID: 206 INGRAHAM HALL or VIRTUAL VIA ZOOM | REGISTER HERE FOR ZOOM LINK

Professor Glauco Arbix

February 21: “The future of the Lula government and the uncertainties of Brazilian democracy” | Presented by Professor Glauco Arbix, University of Sao Paolo. Brazil | VIRTUAL VIA ZOOM | REGISTER HERE|*Please note that this lecture will be given virtually via Zoom; however, we will be livestreaming it in 206 Ingraham if you would like to watch it with us there.*

Dr. Armando Muyolema

February 28: Book Presentation/Lecture: “Oralidades y escrituras kichwas”| Presented by Dr. Armando Muyolema, Quechua Instructor, UW-Madison |  HYBRID: 206 INGRAHAM HALL or VIRTUAL VIA ZOOM | REGISTER HERE FOR ZOOM LINK

March 7: Presented by Natalia Armacanqui

 

March 21: “With agroecology, we can defend ourselves: examining campesino resilience and economic solidarity during pandemic-era economic shock in Guatemala” | Presented by Anika Rice | VIRTUAL VIA ZOOM | *Please note that this lecture will be given virtually via Zoom; however, we will be livestreaming it in 206 Ingraham if you would like to watch it with us there.*| REGISTER HERE

March 28: “Opportunity and Inequality in Cuba’s Changing Economy: Housing as a Means or Barrier to Social Mobility” | Presented by Martina Kunovic | HYBRID:  206 INGRAHAM HALL and VIRTUAL VIA ZOOM

April 4: Presented by Dr. Adela Cedillo, Assistant Professor of Modern Mexican History, University of Houston | HYBRID: 206 INGRAHAM HALL and VIRTUAL VIA ZOOM

 April 11: Presented by Raquel Gonzalez Paraiso, researcher, musician, and educator | HYBRID: 206 INGRAHAM HALL and VIRTUAL VIA ZOOM

April 18: Film Discussion/Presentation: “A World for Julius” | Presented by the film’s writer and director, Rossana Diaz Costa  | HYBRID: 206 INGRAHAM HALL and VIRTUAL VIA ZOOM | Co-sponsored by the WI Film Festival, The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at UW-Milwaukee, and the UW-Madison Cinematheque | *The film will be screened the same evening as part of the WI Film Festival. Additional details will be forthcoming.*

April 25: Presented by Dr. David Pacifico, Director, Mathis Gallery, and Assistant Professor, Latin American Art, UW-Milwaukee | HYBRID: 206 INGRAHAM HALL and VIRTUAL VIA ZOOM

May 2: Book Presentation/Lecture | Presented by Dr. Falina Enriquez,  Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, and LACIS Faculty Affiliate, UW-Madison | HYBRID: 206 INGRAHAM HALL and VIRTUAL VIA ZOOM