Events from 2018

Cuban Literature in Translation: Fina García Marruz’s Créditos de Charlot, Sonia Bloom


Investigating Restorative Justice: A Four-Year Journey, Megan Cox


The Language of Sport: Understanding Chile through Marathon Races and Fútbol Games, Lilah Drafts-Johnson

“Overrun all this country…”: Two New Mexican lives through the U.S. Civil War, Izzy Hannigan

Art and Havana's Experience of the "Special Period", Josephine Marshall

The Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo: Motherhood as a Tool to Undermine the Patriarchy, Tal Netter-Sweet

Events from 2017

“Urban Provincianos”: La Música Chicha and Cultural Identity in 1970s and 1980s Lima, Perú, Julian Cranberg

Events from 2015

Partnerships and Mandates: Power Relations Between Donor and Recipient NGOs Promoting Gender Equality in Nicaragua, Alyssa Phelps

Sobreviviendo the Academic Industrial Complex: A Medicinal History of Oberlin College’s La Alianza Latinx, Ana Robelo

Events from 2013

How Does the Present Affect Interpretations of the Past? La Nación and the Memory Debate in Argentina, Alexis Burdick-Will

Teaching History in Post-Conflict Societies: The Case of Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, Maggie Paulin

Events from 2012

Why Study Violence?: Trauma and Survival After the Pinochet Dictatorship, Hannah Joseph

The Legacy of Quetzalcoatl and Huitzilopochtli: Indigenous Imagery in the Murals of Mexico City and Los Angeles, Samantha Williams