Wed 10/23: Cine Latino - La camarista (The Chambermaid) follows a woman trying to work her way up at a swanky Mexican hotel.

10/30: Cine Latino - "Wiñaypacha (Eternity)", the first feature shot in Aymara, follows an elderly couple living in the Andes.

11/12: Jacob Blanc on Brazilian resistance to the construction of the Itaipu Dam as part of the fight for democracy in the 1970s and 80s.

Upcoming Events

Cine Latino

Directed by Lila Avilés (Mexico/U.S. 2018)

Wednesday, October 23 | 7:00 pm

Cine Latino

Directed by Oscar Catacora (Peru, 2017)

Wednesday, October 30 | 7:00 pm

Film Screening and Live Q&A

With Co-Director Francisco Cruces

Monday, November 4 | 4:00 pm

CLAS on YouTube

Elizabeth Schwall discusses Afro-Cuban dance at CLAS. (Photo by Danielle Cosmes.)
Elizabeth Schwall on Afro-Cubans and their role in that country's dance

U.S.-Mexico Futures Forum

Rufino Tamayo's Human Rights Trilogy, logo of the U.S.-Mexico Futures Forum.A collaboration between CLAS and ITAM in Mexico City, the Forum brings together scholars and leaders working to bridge the gaps between the two countries. 

From the CLAS Blog

A Chevy Cruze. (Photo by Otto Kristensen.)CLAS Chair Harley Shaiken critiques the proposed U,S.-Mexico trade agreement.