Graduate And Professional

AY and Summer Funding for Undergraduate, Graduate and Professional Students

The Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale offers funding for language study, internships, dissertation research, independent projects, and presenting at conferences.
All funding opportunities are listed on the Student Grants Database:
The information will be updated by October 1.

Agrarian Studies Colloquium - Madre de las aguas: The Life and Death of Glaciers in Bolivia’s Cordillera Real

Sarah Hines is an assistant professor of history at the University of Oklahoma where her research and teaching focus on Latin America and the Caribbean with an emphasis on histories of the environment, infrastructure, race and ethnicity, and social movements. Her current book project, “Water for All: Revolution, Property, and Community in Twentieth-Century Bolivia,” is a social, political, and environmental history of water access and hydraulic engineering in Bolivia from the late nineteenth century to the early twenty-first.

BRAZIL 100/200: Reflections on the Legacies of the Week of Modern At & the Bicentennial of Independence

Brazil at 100 / 200 will explore how memory and culture shape the meaning of independence today. By integrating a reflection on the twin centenaries of independence and the São Paulo Modern Art Week, this conference will reflect on the meaning of independence in the light of ideas about Brazilian identity that inspired the modernists one hundred years ago and continue to provoke us today.
This will be a hybrid conference via Zoom as well as with in-person components at Yale University and at the Braudel Institute in São Paulo.

Brazilian Concert: The Music of Pixinghinha & Reception

The Council on Latin American & Iberian Studies at the MacMillan Center invites you to the concert of the renowned Brazilian musicians Rogerio Souza and Stephen Guerra, who will perform the compositions of the beloved father of Brazilian popular music, Pixinghinha (1897-1973). After the concert, please join us for a reception.
Concert: 4.00-5.30 pm
Reception: 5.30-6.30 pm

Coloquio | Abordar el pasado: Memoria y Revolución en los medios y el cine cubano del siglo XXI

Durante las últimas décadas, la producción audiovisual cubana ha configurado un
territorio crucial para el debate político y social; genera obsesivamente narrativas que
pretenden reordenar la historia cubana, aborda y discute nociones como la memoria,
la historia y el pasado como ejes fundamentales para renegociar el presente. El
coloquio Abordar el pasado: Memoria y Revolución en los medios y el cine cubano del siglo
XX busca propiciar la discusión y el debate sobre el cine cubano contemporáneo, la

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