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NOV 6, 2014: 4:00 PM
In this presentation Dr. Fleischer discusses the outcome of the October 5th, 2104 presidential elections leading to the October 26th, 2014 runoff. He explores emerging trends in Brazil and their broader political significance. Read more
NOV 12, 2014: 4:00 PM
Paulo Moreira will discuss an innovative assessment of cultural relations in Latin America. Javier Uriarte will talk about his studies on the intersection of travel, state formation, and war in late 19th century Latin America. Read more