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Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Brazilian filmmaker's visit to IU Bloomington first stop in U.S. tour

Brazilian Academy of Letters

Indiana University Cinema will screen six films by Brazilian filmmaker Nelson Pereira dos Santos, who will also give a free lecture while visiting the Bloomington campus this month. The stop is his first on a short U.S. tour arranged by IU, which includes visits to UCLA, the Wexner Center at Ohio State and the City College of New York.   Full Story >>

Forum will present highlights of IU delegation's trip to South America

Brazilian Academy of Letters

Indiana University Vice President for International Affairs David Zaret will speak on Wednesday, Dec. 12, about an IU delegation's recent trip to South America.   Full Story >>

International workshop at IU to focus on science and technology in Latin America

Eden Medina

Scholars from around the globe will meet at Indiana University this week to examine and challenge the widely held view that science and technology in Latin America are like "imported magic," powerful, mysterious and foreign.   Full Story >>

IU Cinema to host university's first Latino Film Festival and Conference

Gun Hill Road

Indiana University will host its first Latino Film Festival and Conference April 5 to 7 at IU Cinema. Meant to showcase the richness and complexity of Latino life -- both in the U.S. and at its margins in places such as Cuba and Mexico -- the film festival and conference will take on themes related to migration, work, family, sexuality, race, love, (il)legality and yearning.   Full Story >>

IU Cinema to host 'Cinema Maldito: On the Margins of Brazilian Cinema' film series

Richard Pena

IU Cinema will delve into Brazil's rich history of creativity outside the mainstream when it hosts the "Cinema Maldito: On the Margins of Brazilian Cinema" film series Feb. 23 and 24. The series was programmed by Richard Peña, director of both the Film Society of Lincoln Center and New York Film Festival, who will speak at 3 p.m. Feb. 24 at the cinema.   Full Story >>

IU departments co-sponsoring symposium on teaching and learning indigenous languages of Latin America

Serafin Coronel-Molina

For the second time, two units at Indiana University are co-sponsoring the Symposium on Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America, or STLILLA, focusing on the preservation and promotion of indigenous languages of Latin America. The symposium begins Sunday (Oct. 30) at the University of Notre Dame.   Full Story >>