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New Orleans and Latin America Colloquium Series

Uptown Campus
Latin American Library Seminar Room, 4th floor, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library

Beginning this spring, the Latin American Library will host a colloquium series featuring faculty whose research considers relationships between Latin America and New Orleans.

 

Please join us on Friday, March 11 for a talk by Marilyn Miller, Professor of Spanish and Sizeler Family Professor in Judaic Studies, who will present new research on a mid-century New Orleans beautification project that immortalized Latin American independence leaders:  “Lament of the libertadores: Monumental Demise in New Orleans’s ‘Garden of the Americas’”

This talk will be in English.

 

Also, on Friday April 8Yuri Herrera-Gutiérrez Professor of Spanish will present on his novel-in-progress:  “Juárez en Nueva Orleans. La ficción hecha de fragmentos de verdad.”

This talk will be in Spanish.

 

Both talks will be held in the LAL Seminar Room, 3-4:30pm.  Refreshments will be served.

 

No Zoom!!!  We hope to see you there, in person!

Howard-Tilton Memorial Library


For more information on this event, please visit https://tulane.campuslabs.com/engage/event/7971512