Graduate And Professional

Free Screening of "Los Eternos Indocumentados" by Jennifer Cárcamo

Join us for a free screening of the film “Los Eternos Indocumentados” by Jennifer Cárcamo, a Salvadoran scholar, filmmaker, and organizer, followed by a Q&A with her. The film is a documentary on Central American Refugees in the United States. This event is free and open to the public and will take place at Bregamos Theater, 491 Blatchley Ave, New Haven.

PRFDHR Seminar: Multisectoral Approaches to Improving Mental Health and Psychosocial Wellbeing in Humanitarian Settings, Professor Claire Greene

There is consensus that humanitarian actors should respond to the mental health and psychosocial needs of displaced populations through multisectoral action and coordination. Multisectoral programming may enable the integration of mental health and psychosocial support with services designed to address critical social and structural determinants of mental health including poverty, stigma, safety and security, and social connectedness and cohesion. In this presentation, Professor M.

PRFDHR Seminar: Rejecting Coethnicity: the Politics of Migrant Exclusion by Minoritized Citizens, Professor Yang-Yang Zhou

Professor Yang-Yang Zhou will be presenting the research of her new book project ‘Rejecting Coethnicity: the Politics of Migrant Exclusion by Minoritized Citizens’. How are migrants received by host countries and communities? A substantial body of scholarship on migrant reception focuses almost exclusively on majority White citizens in the Global North and their (negative) attitudes towards migrants from the Global South.

Gender & Policy Forum (Session 3)

Sustainable Development
March 3rd 2023 – 2 pm to 3.30 pm (ET)

Public policy challenges: territory, society and gender

Margarita Velázquez Gutiérrez,
Professor-Researcher, Center for Multidisciplinary and Regional Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico. Co-founder Gender, Society and Environment Research Network

Rags. Petrol. Matches: An International Women's Day Lecture

Join The Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies co-sponsored with the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies for “Rags. Petrol. Matches”, an International Women’s Day lecture with our visiting professor, Amneris Chaparro Martinez, researcher on feminist political theory and epistemology at the Center for Research and Gender Studies (CIEG) at UNAM in Mexico City. This event will be hybrid, with a catered lunch in Luce 202 and a virtual option streamed via Zoom.

Archives of Anti-Racism: Dominican Racial Politics, and Student Activism during Latin America's Global 1960s

The Latin American History Speaker Series Presents René Cordero is currently a graduating Ph.D. student in the History Department at Brown University. His research examines how the student movement in the Dominican Republic galvanized different sectors of Dominican society and embraced a hemispheric and global circulation of discourses on racial consciousness, anti-imperialism, and historical revisionism. His work attempts to place the Dominican Cold War experience at the center of debates about imperialism, third-worldism, and race.

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