News & Events 

 

SPRING 2016

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Dr. Armesto will be presenting on "Community Responses to Drug-Related Violence in Mexico" on MondayMay 2nd, 3:30pm ED170.

Dr. Armesto's works with the victims of crimes in some of the more violent areas of Mexico and has data from an original survey she implanted there last year. She will also be talking more generally about the causes and implications of the drug war in Mexico.  

For more information, please email Dr. España-Nájera (aespanajera@csufresno.edu) or call (559) 278-3020 

Past Events 2015-16:

LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL  

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CLAS's third Latin American Film Festival is set to start! We have two exciting film that we will be screening in Spring 2016.

All screenings are free and open to the public. They will be taking place in the Peters Educational Center (West of Save Mart Center in the Student Recreation Center Building) (see map below). 

For more information, please email Dr. España-Nájera (aespanajera@csufresno.edu) or call (559) 278-3020

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Ghost Town to Havana - Cuba/US
Co-Sponsors CineCulture and Department of History

April 22nd, 2016, 5:30pm Peters Educational Center (In the Student Recreation Center Building)

Ixcanul - Guatemala
Speaker: Dr. Beatriz Cortez (CSU, Northridge) 
Co-Sponsors CineCulture and Department of History

April 15th, 2016, 5:30pm Peters Educational Center (In the Student Recreation Center Building)

Uncovering and Understanding the Mexican Repatriations of the 1930s

Dr. Francisco Balderrama, CSU, Los Angeles. 
February 10, 2016 in Education Building, Room 104
12:00-1:30pm 
For more information, contact Dr. Lopes mlopes@csufresno.edu

Co-sponsored by the World Cultures and Globalization Cohort

"Strangers in their Own Land" PBS documentary. Screening at Arte Americas with Dr. Lopes Sept. 19th.

October 1st 2015, 5:30pm PB191
Which Way Home – Mexico/US
Speaker: Dr. Stephanie Slaughter (producer)
Co-Sponsor Department of Political Science

October 8th 2015, 5:30pm PB191
FOGO – Mexico/US
Speaker: Dr. Stephanie Slaughter (producer)
Co-Sponsor Department of Political Science
 
October 16th, 2015, 5:30pm Peters Educational Center (In the Student Recreation Center Building)
A Que Horas Ela Volta – Brazil
Speaker: Dr. Lopes (CLAS & History)
Co-Sponsors CineCulture and Department of History
 

Latin American Guest Speaker Series

Why We Need to End the War on Drugs

Ethan Nadelmann
Tuesday, Oct. 20, 5-6 pm, McLane 121 
Co-sponsored with The Ethics Center