Book launch: US Hegemony and the Americas, by Arturo Santa-Cruz
Professor Arturo Santa-Cruz of the Universidad de Guadalajara will visit the University of Warwick on Tuesday, 25 February 2020 to present his new book. All are welcome!
4:00-5:30pm, 25 February
Día de muertos. A celebration of life!
The Postgraduate Hub along with the REx Staff, Rafael, Brenda, and Ricardo are co-organising a Mexican Día de muertos altar dedicated to late Mexican-Zapotec artist Francisco Toledo (17 July 1940 – 5 September 2019).
We would like to encourage the LAWN network to join, share some pan de muerto (a type of Mexican brioche with bone-shaped phalange and skull, and orange blossom water), fruits, pot coffee (coffee, damara sugar, and cinnamon), and chocolate atole (chaqueta). Mexican crafts from Michoacan and Oaxaca will be displayed at the PG Hub and at the Graduate. The programme includes the screening of the children’s film Coco (we would have preferred Macario...)
12:00 ~ 2:00 Altar, food and crafts exhibition. Screening of children’s film Coco.
4:00 ~ 6:00 Drinks at The Graduate, along with the MexSoc UniWarwick
Interviewing local NGOs and migrants: collecting data in the context of Central American migration in Mexico
Forming part of the Comparative American Studies seminar series, co-organised by the Warwick Oral History Network, this seminar will be a discussion of the research of LAWN member Erika Herrera Rosales of the Sociology Department.
13.00-14.00, in R1.04.