Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies - Events

05
Jul
2010

Mexico: From Revolution to Democracy

In collaboration with the Embassy of Mexico in Australia and El Colegio de México, the Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies is pleased to...
20
May
2010

"Los Tres Caballeros": Walt Disney, Nelson Rockefeller and U.S.-Latin American Relations During World War II

World War II marked a turning point in Mexico- United States relations. With US entry into the war in late 1941 Mexico assumed a new strategic importance...
06
May
2010

The Virtualisation of the Mayan Landscape

This lecture deals with “The Maya World” - an international cultural tourism project in the Yucatán Península in Mexico. The main objective of the seminar is...
22
Apr
2010

Redefining Transparency: China's Relations with Cuba and Mexico

Latin America’s strengthening relations with China over the past decade have generated wide-ranging interpretations of the term 'transparency'. In November...
06
Apr
2010

Where are they?

A public lecture by Luis Fondebrider of the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team on the investigation of human rights abuses, presented by the Australian...
23
Mar
2010

From Imprisoned Guerrillas to National Government: the Rise to Power in Uruguay of the Legalised Tupamaros 1985-2010

Uruguay is frequently considered – and has often considered itself – to be an exception among the countries of the Southern Cone, and for this reason is...

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