*Photo “Presencia de América Latina”, ubicado en la Casa del Arte, Universidad de Concepción, Fotografía tomada por Farisori; Autor del mural: Jorge González Camarena, mexicano; Propiedad de la Universidad de Concepción, Chile
Professors and graduate students from the University of Calgary’s Latin American Research Centre (LARC) explore various aspects of Latin American history and current issues in this series of monthly lectures co-sponsored by CALL and LARC. Each one-hour lecture is followed by a half hour for questions and discussion.
Monthly, January to April, 1:30 - 3:00 p.m.,
cSPACE King Edward, Room 310, 1721-29th Avenue SW
Winter-spring 2018: Tuesdays, January 16, February 13, March 13, April 10.
Feb. 13, 2018: “Panpipes and Flutes - The Music of the Incas”, with Dr. Luis Torres
Listen to the ancient folk music of the Andes and learn about the history, dance and folk dress of the region, with LARC Fellow Dr. Luis Torres.
Dr. Torres, PhD, teaches Spanish culture, language and literature at the University of Calgary.
He also makes folk instruments and will demonstrate some from his own collection.
All are welcome. (CALL membership is not required.) No fee and no registration.
Co-Facilitators: Mary Lou Kerr, Judy Hamill
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
|For listings of public events at LARC (the Latin American Research Centre), see Resources from Speakers|
Boomtown in Acient Belize: The Archeology of Rapid Growth in the Mayan World
Colombia: The Roots of Conflict, The Road to Peace
Resource Development and Indigeous Rights in the Andes
The Politics of Mobility in Southern Mexico
The State of Democracy in Latin America: Lessons for the North
An Overview of Latin American Regional Integration in the 21st Century
Democracy in Brazil: Why Does It Seem That Corruption Is Getting Worse?
"Barbarous Games" and "Civilized Celebrations": The Early History of Carnival in Brazil