Photo Gallery

Imperial Lines, Indigenous Lands: Spatial History of South American Borders (6 Photos)

Grand Rapids Latin American Film Festival (8 Photos)

Detroit Institute of Arts (5 Photos)

El Canto Del Colibri (2 Photos)

Conference on the Americas 2016 (37 Photos)

Day of the Dead (2 Photos)

Tango Workshop 2016 (3 Photos)

Chicago Bus Trip 2016 (5 Photos)

The Annual Chicago bus trip took place in April of 2016.

Abrazos (2016) (11 Photos)

ABRAZOS - a film that tells the story of the transformational journey of a group of U.S. citizen children who travel 3,000 miles from Minnesota to Guatemala to meet their grandparents for the first time.  After being separated for nearly two decades, these families are able to share stories, strengthen traditions and begin to reconstruct their cultural identity. 

Making Paraguay Real: How to Measure an Agrarian Transformation (2016) (8 Photos)

A public lecture entitled, "Making Paraguay Real: How to Measure an Agrarian Transformation," by Dr. Kregg Hetherington, associate professor of anthropology at Concordia University in Montreal, specializing in in environment and infrastructure, the bureaucratic state and international development in Latin America. He has written extensively about how small farmers caught in a sweeping agrarian transition in Paraguay have experienced that country's halting transition to democracy. His book, Guerrilla Auditors, is an ethnography of how rural thinking about property and information come into conflict with bureaucratic reform projects promoted by international experts. His current research focuses on regulation in the soybean boom in Latin America's southern cone is transforming the relationship between states, plants, people and territory.