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In partnership with Prof. Ronald Mendoza de Jesús (USC, Spanish and Portuguese), the Department of Hispanic Studies at UCR is inviting Latin American intellectuals and academics Alejandra Azuero-Quijano and Rocío Zambrana to Southern California. The event will provide an occasion to reflect on recent political events in Colombia and Puerto Rico from a perspective at once philosophical yet rooted in the tumultuous history of the region.


On Friday April 19 we will have two events on campus. There willl be a session to discuss Zambrana's book, Colonial Debts (Duke University Press, 2021) from 12:30 to 2:30 in CHASS INTSS 1111 (held in Spanish, anyone interested is welcome and they might contact the organizers for more details, light lunch will be provided). In the afternoon, from 3:00 to 5:00 pm, Azuero will offer a lecture, in English, open to the public, titled "Anthropology beyond Forensics: Doing Ethnography with Simone Leigh" in CHASS INTSS 1128. 

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