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Update on U.S. – Cuba Relations in a Multipolar World Lecture

Dorothy Hirshon Suite, Arnhold Hall, room l203, 2nd floor 55 West 13th Street, New York

The Observatory on Latin America  and the Julien J. Studley Graduate Programs in International Affairs invite you to the Lecture: UPDATE ON U.S. - CUBA RELATIONS IN A MULTIPOLAR WORLD […]

Lecture: Colonized Temporalities, with Carmen Ibáñez Cueto

UL 105 - Hoerle Lecture Hall, The New School University Center 63 5th Ave, New York

Many historical accounts of the Spanish conquest of the Americas depict this as the clash of different cultures. Professor Ibáñez will further deepen this characterization by using as an entry point the matter of temporalities, looking specifically at the high Andean region of South America.



A public conversation between young Argentine imagineers and relevant personalities from Colombia. An exchange of experiences, desires, illusions and fears that arose at the moment of capturing what the authors felt, lived, dreamed or feared on their imaginary journey to 2084, following an itinerary based on the "Skins" by the artist Hundertwasser.