November 2022 News

November 30, 2022
This year’s LAIGN conference will include a special Gender & Policy Forum session. This article discusses in depth the G&P Forum’s goals, vision, and achievements. For more information on this year’s sessions, please click here. “The...
November 27, 2022
Launched in 2020 as a joint effort between CLAIS and the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) through CIEG (Center for Research on Gender Studies), the Latin American Studies Gender Network (LAIGN) brings together faculty, scholars,...
November 14, 2022
On Sunday night, Margherita Tortora, LIFFY Founder & Executive Director, along with this year’s jury, announced the winners of LIFFY 2022. Carajita, a Dominican drama directed by Sylvina Schnicer and Ulises Porra, received the award for...
November 12, 2022
On Thursday, November 10, a panel of esteemed filmmakers who participated in LIFFY joined the Yale International Alliance Film Society (YIAFS) for a conversation about the current state of Latin American Cinema. Maria Lopez-Bresnahan and Guillermina...
November 11, 2022
On Thursday, November 11, Efrén C. Olivares presented his memoir My Boy Will Die of Sorrow at the Yale Law School. The book talks about Olivares’ experience at the Southern U.S. border helping immigrant parents that the government separated from...
November 7, 2022
Human rights lawyer and author, Efrén Olivares talked to CLAIS about his background working on the front lines of immigration justice. On Thursday, November 10 at 4:10 PM, he will present his book My Boy Will Die of Sorrow: A Memoir of Immigration...
November 5, 2022
Unlike typical depictions of the white American hardships during the Great Depression, French photojournalist Pierre Fatumbi Verger introduces a new lens through which to understand the multiculturalism woven into the fabric of the United States in...