War, drugs and human rights in Colombia


The Museum of Anthropology at Wake Forest University is pleased to announce that as a part of Witness for Peace Southeast’s Colombian Speaker’s Tour, John Henry González Duque will present a lecture concerning the effects of the war on drugs on human rights in Colombia. Henry, a Colombian-born human rights organizer working with indigenous communities [...] Read more »

Cuban theater coming to Winston-Salem


Wake Forest University is pleased to welcome the highly acclaimed Cuban theater troupe, Teatro de la Luna, or Moon Theater, to Winston-Salem for a performance of Delirio Habanero, or Havana Delirium, a remarkable musical that, through song, dance, and memory, takes the audience back to the decades of the 1940s and 50s. Teatro de la Luna, will [...] Read more »

Students report on experience abroad


Various students travelling on Wake Forest’s inagural study abroad program in the Southern Cone of Latin America have used online resources to keep their friends and family up to date on their magnificent experiences abroad. View an interview with David Banerjea, a junior political science major on the program, below and make sure to check [...] Read more »

Students journey across Latin America


This Spring, seven students accompanied by Dr. Luis Roniger, Reynolds Professor of Latin American Studies, journeyed to Latin America’s Southern Cone on Wake Forest’s newest program abroad. They began their travels in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where the students immersed themselves in the regions local culture. Then, the students travelled to Santiago, Chile, where they have [...] Read more »