Tuesdays | 12:20 pm | G08 Uris Hall, *Except where noted. All events are open to the public

TUE, February, 13 | 04:45 pm | G08, Uris Hall | Fractured Timelines: Strategic lessons from Latin American revolts to neofascism and back | Pablo Abufom, philosopher, translator, director of Alternativa, Institute for Anticapitalist Studies and member of Movimiento Solidaridad

FRI, February 16 | 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm, Uris Hall G08 | FRI, February 16 | 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm, Baker Portico (Reception) |SAT, February 17 9:00 am – 4:30 pm | Uris Hall, G08 | LACS RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM | Resiliencia desde América Latina y el Caribe:Crisis, Resistance, and Adaptation

TUE, February 20 | 1:25-2:40 pm | Rockefeller 122 & Zoom | The Second World War and the rise of mass nationalism in Brazil: Class, race, and citizenship | Alexandre Fortes, Professor of History, Rural Federal University of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro.

TUE, March 05 | 12:20 pm | G08, Uris Hall | Un-Checked, Un-Balanced: Constitutional & Political Crisis in Ecuador | David Cordero-Heredia, Universidad Católica del Ecuador currently visiting Cornell University as Visiting Fellow of the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program

TUE, March 12 | 12:20 pm | G08, Uris Hall | From North End to Pañatown: How Free Port, Tourism, and Migration, Transformed the Island of San Andrés, Colombia | Dr. Sharika Crawford, Inaugural Speedwell Professor of International Studies and Professor of History at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis

TUE, March 19 | 12:20 pm | G08, Uris Hall | Fragile coalitions: Anti-populism at work in Ecuador | Paolo Moncagatta, Associate Professor of Political Science at Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador

TUE, March 26 | 12:20 pm | G08, Uris Hall | Rights of Nature in Ecuador | Andrés Martínez Moscoso, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador

TUE, April 16 | 12:20 pm | G08, Uris Hall | Conservatives Against the Tide: The Rise of the Argentine PRO Party in Comparative Perspective | Gabriel Vommaro, Professor of Political Sociology at the EIDAES, Universidad de San Martín and Researcher at the Argentinian National Research Council, CONICET

THR, April 25 | 4:40 pm | G22, Goldwin Smith Hall | Researching Afro-Andean Histories on the Coasts, in the Highlands, and in the Transatlantic and Transpacific | Dr. Leo Garofalo, Professor of History, Connecticut College | Co sponsored: Department of History, Department of History of Art & Visual Studies

MON, April 29 | 12:20 Virtual: https://bit.ly/47LXvqT | Runoff Histories: Fertilized Fields and Contaminated Water in Northern Mexico | Gabriela Soto Laveaga, Professor of the History of Science, Harvard University