SKULLS & SKELETONS – Celebrating Day of the Dead

10/14/2015

    The Wake Forest Museum of Anthropology along with the Hispanic League and Sawtooth School for Visual Art, invite you to find the artist in you and learn about how the Day of the Dead is celebrated in Mexico.  The event includes a guided tour, an authentic Mexican lunch, and a mask making […] Read more »

REL 390: The Politics of Holiness – New LALS Course

10/07/2015
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Mary, Saints, and Martyrs in Latino Catholicism Instructor:  Dr. Elizabeth O’Donnell Gandolfo Dates & Times:  T/Th –  9:30am –  Wingate 206   This course explores the political dimensions of Catholic devotions to Mary, saints, and martyrs both in Latin America and among Latino/as in the United States.  Particular attention will be paid to critically […] Read more »

Careers in Latin American Studies – April 16 – Kirby 120- 5:00 pm.

04/10/2015
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On Thursday, April 16, at 5:00 pm, in Kirby 120, Catherine Jones, a 1997 Wake Forest graduate, who majored in Politics and Spanish (prior to the creation of the Latin America and Latino Studies Program), will talk about possible careers for LALS minors.  Catherine Jones serves as General Counsel of Virgin Mobile Latin America, a […] Read more »

Latino Awareness Week – April 6 – 10

03/31/2015
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Join the Wake Forest Latino Community to celebrate a week full of diverse activities.  The week begins with the screening of the film”Who is Dayani Cristal?”, followed by a Zumba session that will make you burn calories while benefiting the Chaplain’s Emergency Fund.  On Wednesday, Felicia Arriaga (Duke University) will talk about Latinos and Policing, […] Read more »

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