In The Spotlight
Modern Languages & Literatures Global Studies Series. Global Imaginaries, Media and Aesthetics.
A Symposium on the work of Nestor Garcia Canclini.
Dr. Bundt examines the changes in the relationship between politics, economics and culture in the turn of the twentieth to the twenty-first century
Join us Thursday, February 16th, in the Merrick Building of the University of Miami at 5:00 P.M. as we host a panel discussion with the artists from the "Habanization: Cuban Alternative Music Scene" project.
Cezar Migliorin and Carlos Eudardo "Dudu" Magalhães, present Post-Industrial Brazilian Films.
This initiative aims to track creative work in the arts, music, theater, dance, film, video, television, web-based cultural projects, cultural action youth projects, crafts, cultural tourism, and indigenous and Afro-descendant cultural production in the seven countries of the Central American Isthmus
Award-winning Cuban-American writer Cristina García discusses the process of creating Miami as a place in her novels and reflects on her experiences in the city with Professor Andrew Lynch at the University of Miami.
Yves Colon, Sallie Hughes and Tsitsi Wakhisi, along with journalist Pierre Nazon Beauliere, discuss the study findings and the conditions of the media in Haiti and Miami's Haitian community during a television program with an audience of community leaders that was broadcast by the Voice of America.