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Past Events

Hotel Indigo - Rialto Club - 500 College Avenue, Athens, GA
College Square (Downtown)
Price Gilbert Library, Scholars Event Network (Room 1280) - Georgia Tech
Amparo Aguilar,
Ciné Lab (234 W. Hancock Ave, Athens, GA 30601)
Ciné (234 W. Hancock Ave, Athens, GA 30601)
EVELYN SAAVEDRA AUTRY, Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (Rutgers University)
Miller Learning Center, Room 250
Frank Gunderson, PH.D. , College of Music (Florida State University)
UGA Chapel (109 Herty Dr., Athens, GA 30602)
Casa Amarilla (290 South Hull Street) & via Zoom
Pilar Chamorro, Linguistics and Romance Languages (University of Georgia)
Zell B. Miller Learning Center, Room 248
Miller Learning Center
Miller Learning Center
RAINY BRAKE, ( Western Carolina University)
101 LeConte Hall
Sara Snyder Hopkins, (Western Carolina University)
221 LeConte Hall
Casa Amarilla (290 South Hull Street)
Hotel Indigo Rialto Club, 500 College Avenue
Miller Learning Center
Gilbert Hall 113 and Gilbert Hall 320
Hugh Hodgson Concert Hall
Hotel Indigo Rialto Club
Park Hall Room 145
Classroom E-252 UGA Law School
Event Location: 109 Herty Field, Athens GA (The Chapel) 
Park Hall Room 265
Memorial Hall Ballroom
LACSI Building, 290 South Hull Street, Athens
Baldwin Hall, Room 307 (355 S Jackson Street, Athens, GA)
290 S Jackson Street, Athens, GA 30602
Latinx Fest 2022
Rialto Club below Hotel Indigo, Downtown Athens
Zoom - registration required
Info Sessions on Zoom
Hugh Hodgson Concert Hall
Maymester program
Zoom - registration required
Professor Carl Wise, Assistant at the Department of Hispanic Studies (College of Charleston)
Gilbert Hall Room 303
Dr. Adele Nelson, Assistant Professor of Art History and Associate Director of the Center for Latin American Visual Studies (The University of Texas)
Zoom - registration required
Sergio Armando Gallegos Ordorica, Philosophy (John Jay College of Criminal Justice)
Peabody Hall, Room 115
Sergio Armando Gallegos Ordorica, Philosophy (John Jay College of Criminal Justice)
Sanford Hall, Room 212 and Zoom (Registration required for Zoom, link below)
Rialto Club, Hotel Indigo, 500 College Avenue, Athens, GA 30601
Jug Tavern Park
Drs. Josefina Navarro and Evelyn Autry, (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Rutgers University)
Dr. Lorgia García-Peña, Latinx Studies (Harvard University)
Brumby Hall, UGA campus to LACSI Yellow House (290 S. Hull St)
Dr. Lina Britto, History (Northwestern University)
Dr. Jerome Branche, Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures (University of Pittsburgh)
Virtual Zoom Meeting
Virtual, live and pre-recorded
Tamara J. Walker, History (University of Toronto)
Zoom Virtual Meeting
Dr. Nicholas Jones, Spanish and Africana Studies (Bucknell University)
Virtual Zoom Meeting
Dr. Marjoleine Kars, History (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
Zoom Virtual Meeting
Dr. Florencio Delgado, Director of Anthropology (Universidad San Francisco de Quito-Ecuador)
Virtual Zoom Meeting
Drs. Carlos Pio and Eduardo Viana da Silva, (University of Pennsylvania and University of Washington, respectively)
Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute
Dr. Jaime Alvez, Department of Black Studies (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Park Hall, 145
Dr. Nora Benedict, Department of Romance Languages (University of Georgia)
Main Library, Room 300
Dr. Amy Ross (University of Georgia)
Dr. Amy Ross (University of Georgia) Chris Cuomo, Department of Philosophy (University of Georgia)
Geography & Geology Building 200C
Chris Cuomo & Jenna Jambeck, Women's Studies & Philosophy | Engineering (University of Georgia)
Miller Learning Center 150
Dr. George K. Danns & Dr. Donna E. Danns, Sociology & Economics (University of North Georgia)
Martha T. Nesbitt Building - 2571 Mathis Drive Oakwood, Georgia 30566
Jennifer Palmer (University of Georgia)
Miller Learning Center 150
Friday (2/7) panels held at the South Psychology/Journalism Auditorium, S306. Saturday (2/8) panels will be at the Miller Learning Center, Rm 248
Special Collections Library, 300 S Hull St, Athens, GA 30605, multiple rooms
Diana Graizbord (University of Georgia)
Park Hall, Room 145
Julio Premat, Université Paris 8 (Institute Universitaire de France)
Gilbert Hall 115
Russell Special Collections Library, Room 277
The Tate Intersection
Peabody Hall, Room 220
Dr. Valério Gomes, Amazonian Institute of Family Agricultures (Federal University of Pará)
Miller Learning Center Room 277 & Candler Hall Room 117
The Tate Intersection
Stone Mountain
Deborah Cohn, (University of Indiana, Bloomington)
Miller Learning Center, Room 207
Dr. Rebecca J. Scott, History and Law (University of Michigan)
Hirsch Hall, Room G
Starting at Lyndon House Arts Center (211 Hoyt Street); Ending at ATHICA (675 Pulaski Street, Suite 1200)
Tate Grand Hall - 45 Baxter St, Athens, GA 30602
Dr. Anthony Dest, Sociology & Anthropology (Spelman College)
Sanford Hall, Room 309
Dr. Juana Suárez, (New York University)
Miller Learning Center 250
Dr. Jennifer Palmer, Department of History (University of Georgia)
LeConte Hall, Room 101
Patricia Richards & Rebecca Hanson, Sociology (University of Georgia & University of Florida)
Miller Learning Center 213
Ciné, 234 West Hancock Avenue | Downtown Athens, GA
Dr. Jacqueline Ávila, (University of Tennessee-Knoxville)
Miller Learning Center 214
Dr. Jacqueline Ávila, (University of Tennessee-Knoxville)
Ciné Athens - 234 W Hancock Ave
Josefina Báez,
Memorial Hall Ballroom
LACSI Casa Amarilla, 290 S. Hull St, Athens
Rodrigo Otero Heraud & Marina Zeising,
Ciné Athens - 234 W Hancock Ave
Rodrigo Otero Heraud & Marina Zeising,
Ciné Athens - 234 W Hancock Ave
Barbara Fuchs, Spanish & Portuguese Department (University of California - Los Angeles)
Founders Memorial Garden, Main Ballroom
Ciné, 234 West Hancock Avenue | Downtown Athens, GA
Alberto Ríos & Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor, (Arizona State University & University of Georgia)
Ciné Athens - 234 W Hancock Ave
Luis Argueta,
MLC 213

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