Gabriel García Marquez

In memoriam of Gabriel García Marquez, (1927-2014) Colombian Nobel Laureate, The Embassy of the Republic of Colombia and the Australian National Center for Latin American Studies present:

Public lecture by Professor Roy Boland and Her Excellency Clemencia Forero-Ucrós, Ambassador of Colombia.

Wednesday 18th June 2014.
6.30 PM
Manning Clark Centre, Theatre 4
Australian National University

The Challenges of Intercultural Bilingual Education in Peru

Public lecture by Professor Liliana Sanchez (Rutgers University)

6.30pm Thursday 12 June 2014
Copland Lecture Theatre 
Australian National University

Tango Argentino: Narration of a Nation

This public lecture explores how Tango is a cultural phenomenon that functions as a unique emblematic narrative of Argentine identity. The lecture interweaves strands of Tango within poetry, fiction, social analysis, academic literature, song lyrics, music, colloquial expressions, public art and iconography. It shows how Tango crosses disciplines such as politics, economics, psychology, sociology, performing arts and history.

Brazil: Indigenous Language and Culture

ANCLAS is pleased to present a special evening of Brazilian culture with distinguished Brazilian linguist,
Dr Bruna Franchetto.

ANCLAS Public Lecture and Film Screening 
Brazil: Indigenous Language and Culture

The Andes and the Inka

The Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies presents:

The Andes and the Inka
 

In search of the shadow fleet: Paraguay’s mau cars and the politics of bottlenecks across the triple-frontier

The Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies presents:
 

In search of the shadow fleet: Paraguay’s mau cars and the politics of bottlenecks across the triple-frontier

Public Seminar by Dr. Caroline Schuster

1:00pm Wednesday 6th May

L.J Hume Centre, Copland Building (24) 1st Floor, Room 1171, ANU

Australia and Latin America: Challenges and Opportunities in the New Millennium

The Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies presents the book launch of:



Australia and Latin America
Challenges and Opportunities in the New Millennium

Edited by Barry Carr and John Minns

3:00pm Wednesday 29 April
L.J Hume Centre, Copland Building (24) 1st Floor, Room 1171, ANU

SOLQUEMIA ESENCIAL - A night of Latin Guitar & Flamenco

ANCLAS is proud to support a unique night in an intimate setting featuring SOLQUEMIA ESENCIAL at ANU’s Teatro Vivaldi.

SOLQUEMIA ESENCIAL – A night of Latin Guitar & Flamenco

Date: Friday 17th April
Venue: Teatro Vivaldi, (ANU Arts Centre, Acton)
Doors open at 7:00pm (Show starts at 7:30pm)

Admission: $25 (on the door and online here)

Supported by ANCLAS and Clandestino Events.

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