We’d like to you be aware of some events coming up that should be of interest.
Monday, October 30th at 4pm in Anselm 230. Mate Monday.
Come, join us for some mate and traditional sweet breads (including pan de muerto and other snacks) as we have a discussion about racism in Latin America. Drs. Pezzia, Petersen, Muñoz Solano, and Espericueta will be talking about Latin America’s history and present and the complexity of race and ethnicity in Latin America
Thursday, November 2nd at 4pm in Gorman Faculty/Cowan – Blakely Library. “Día de los Muertos”
The Spanish program is hosting a “Día de los Muertos” event. All are welcome to participate in the community altar, which which will be up Wednesday after 2PM. Bring by a photo and some objects to remember and celebrate the life of a deceased loved one. Thursday afternoon, Dr. Espericueta will give a talk at 4pm in Gorman Faculty entitled “Life and Death in Aztec Mexico” and will discuss some of the origins of this unique celebration. The talk will be followed by a reception in Cowan-Blakely Library with traditional “Pan de muerto.” All are invited to come.
Stay tuned for more!