Dear CLACLS Community, We are happy to introduce you to our Spring 2023 Fulbright Brazilian Chair, Dr. Luciane Corrêa Ferreira. Professor Ferreira will be teaching a new course on Immigration, Urban Violence, and Climate Change in Brazil. Please, take a look a the attached flyer for more details and help us by passing along the course offering annoucement. Dr. […]
Don’t miss the opportunity of attending a distinguished lecture by Dr. Elisa Loncón Antileo, Mapuche scholar and activist, advocate for Indigenous linguistic rights in Latin America, professor at the Universidad de Santiago de Chile, and former president of the Constitutional Assembly of Chile (2021-2022). TOMORROW, 02/02, @ 5:35 P.M !!! This event will be hosted […]
Querida comunidad, We would like to invite you to celebrate el día de los muertos/ Halloween with us on Monday, 10/31, at 5:30 pm (UMass Amherst Campus Center, 8th floor, room 804). We will be joined by Diana Alvarez (aka Doctora Xingona), a Xicanx expansive multimedia artist. She is the composer and filmmaker behind Quiero Volver: A Xingonx Ritual Opera, a […]
Dear CLACLS Community,Join us on Friday, 09/23 @ 1:00 pm, for this conversation on Cuba’s current crisis and the government’s reform policies. More information in the flyer. Saludos cordiales,CLACLS Team
We are pleased to invite you to join us on October 6th for CLACLS Fall 2022 Reception Dinner. We are also happy to announce that this year’s special guest speakers will be Agustín Lao Montes and Dinah Orozco Herrera. Let’s come together to thank and celebrate our community.
Join us next Monday, 09/12 at 4:30, for our first café hour of the semester!
CLACLS is currently collaborating with Latinx artists from the area to create a mural that aims to foster a welcoming space for students and faculty to gather in our offices in Machmer Hall. We need our community to be as involved as possible in this process, and we would like you all to join us on October 14th at 12:00pm for a […]
Dear Community, We sit on unceded lands of the Pocumtuc Nation and the Norrwutuck community, among many nations, where again, deplorable racist email attacks have been perpetrated against Black members and organizations of our campus community and among our CLACLS membership. CLACLS continues to stand in solidarity with Black and Afro-Latinx colleagues and students in the face […]
A Conversation on Shame Last Tuesday, Professor Stephanie Fetta, CLACLS Director, organized a meeting to discuss the significance of emotions both in the academic world, but also in one’s personal life. Fetta, whose work focuses on the underpinnings of racialized shame, invited the participants to freely talk about their own experiences with shame. Everyone participated […]
CLACLS is one of the co-sponsors for this virtual talk by Dr. Paul Joseph López Oro. Join us on November 8th at 5:30 pm. Zoom ID: 94974254409