Academic/Special Events Calendar

FRIDAY   

October 7 & 21

DONE


ACADEMIC EVENTS

Civilian Victimization and non-violent experiences in the Drug War I & II

LOCAL YOUTH RESPONSES AND PEDAGOGICAL STRATEGIES


Durham. Holton Center
7pm

La Virgin Appears in La Maldita Vecindad, Elva Bishop & Altha Cravey (2009). 

Performances by: Matlachine Dance Collective and Flamenco-Vivo.

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October 21 | 7.00pm

Latino Traditions
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 Three short documentaries by Rodrigo Dorfman (2011) 
Performances by: Takiri Dance Studio, La Cueca, and the music group “Los Morales.”
WEDNESDAY November 2 - January 11, 2012

Duke University.
Franklin Center and Frield Building


Narco-Nations/Drug-Borders/Utopian Futures: Colombia, Mexico, and the US. 
Fredric Jameson Gallery. Friedl Building. Duke University, East Campus

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STORIES THROUGH MURALS: FROM THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC TO DURHAM, NC Franklin Center Gallery, John Hope Franklin Center for International Studies. 2204 Erwin Road. Durham, 27708


FRIDAY    November 4
Duke University, West Campus 
3.30pm

Drug Policy: a Hemispheric Perspective


Sanford School of Public Policy | 05. 

Invited Speaker: 
Mr. Mark Wells, Director of Western Hemisphere Programs, INL. US State Department. 

With, Ambassador Patrick Duddy. Diplomat in Residence, Duke University – State Department

MONDAY 
November 7 
 
UNC-Chapel Hill. Saunders Hall Room 220.

11.00am


Consuming Narcoculture: ‘Prepagos’ and Hypermasculine Narcos in the Narcotelenovela’s Mass Media Market
Guest Speaker: Miguel Cabañas, Michigan State University
THURSDAY November 17
Durham
Perkins Library, 217
4.00pm

Introduction. Guillermo Trejo. Political Science, Duke University

Invited Speaker: 
Emilio Alvarez Icaza, Co-founder and leader of the Mexican Movement PAZ CON JUSTICIA Y DIGNIDAD. Former Ombudsman of Mexico City.
With Sandra Ley, PhD. Cantidate, Political Science, Duke.

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FRIDAY   November 18

Civilian Victimization and non-violent experiences in the Drug War II

Chapel Hill
Global Education Center, Nelson Mandela Auditorium. 
UNC-CH
3.00pm

Introduction. Deborah Weissman. Law School, UNC-CH

Invited Speakers: 
Judith Torrea. Author of "Juarez a la Sombra". New media reporting from Ciudad Juarez 
&
Sebastian Hiriart, film maker. Documenting a Social Movement
SATURDAY   November 19

Global Education Center. UNC-CH. Room 1005

10.30am.

Teacher workshop

12.30pm

Film screening Nelson Mandela Auditorium.  FedEx Global Education Center. UNC CH

Global Education Center. UNC-CH. Room 1005

2.30pm. Round table responding to the film:

Marginal youth in Durham and NC: 

Testimonials: 

The school debate: 

Law enforcement: 

The local/global dimension of the drug trade. 


4.30pm

Reception

5.00pm. Nelson Mandela Auditorium.  FedEx Global Education Center. UNC CH

Concert: ILAN BAR-LAVI and his Trio



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