Past Events

January
21
Date
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Location
LIVE-STREAMED HERE

Contemporary Central America represents a "worst case" of electoral authoritarian regimes and endless state-sponsored violence.

January
14
Date
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Location
Livestreamed Here

The Latin American Perspectives Journal, in collaboration with the Stanford Center for Latin American Studies, the International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA), and Centro de…

January
14
Date
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Location
Zoom
Speaker:
Roberto Lovato

The Concerning Violence workshop invites you to our first event of the Winter Quarter.

November
19
Date
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Location
LIVE-STREAMED HERE

Join us for the Latin American Perspectives Distinguished Lecture Digging for Hope in Mexico: A Feminist Ethnography in the Land of Mass Graves by Rosalva Aída Hernández Castillo…

November
18
Date
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Location
Anthropology Bldg, Room 51A

The Stanford Center for Latin American Studies, the Anthropology Department, and the Latin American Perspectives Journal cordially invite you to a book presentation of