Photo of nameless street in Cuba with cuban flag in background and red convertible in the front of the image

Photo by Alexander Kunze taken on a SONY, ILCE-7M2Free to use under the Unsplash License

The Cuba Observatory

The Cuba Observatory of Stanford University, affiliated with the Center for Latin American Studies, is a new initiative to bring together both academic and public research, scholarship, and alternative media on Cuba, and especially the Cuban Revolution, on the Stanford campus and in the United States more broadly. It sponsors, co-sponsors, and hosts class visits, talks, workshops, and conferences on Cuba and US-Cuban relations from diverse disciplinary and political perspectives.

Events

May
24
Date

The Mexican Revolution (1910-1920) introduced a series of state-led initiatives promising modernity, progress, national grandeur, and stability: state surveyors assessed land for agrarian reform,…

May
21
Date
Location
Bolivar House
582 Alvarado Row, Stanford, CA 94305

Stanford's Cafecito Quechua is a CLAS-sponsored student working group that brings together the Stanford and neighboring communities to learn about the Quechua language and its culture.

May
10
Date
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Location
San José State University
150 E San Fernando St, San Jose, CA 95112
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library

The Latin American Studies Conscortium of Northern California (LASC-NorCal), comprised of San José State University (SJSU), the Hemispheric Institute on the Americas (HIA) at the University of…

May
3
Date

The Stanford Center for Latin American Studies  and the Latin American Perspectives Journal cordially invite you to the 2023-2024 Latin American Perspectives Distinguished Lecture by…

April
26
Date

Los sistemas normativos indígenas como el del pueblo wayuu poseen principios, procedimientos y reflejan valores que los orientan como el encomio de la vida (kato'uwaa), la libertad (taashii ) y la…