Discovering Crypto-Jewish Identities

Join us for an evening with Benjamin Moser, author of the award-winning biography “Why This World: A Biography of Clarice Lispector.” In this captivating event, Moser will discuss the life and work of the enigmatic Brazilian writer Clarice Lispector, exploring… Continue Reading →

A Book Talk: The Rural State

Join us for an engaging book talk event with Javier Puente, Chair and Associate Professor of Latin American and Latino/a Studies from Smith College, who will be discussing “The Rural State: Making Comunidades, Campesinos, and Conflict in Peru’s Central Sierra”. This insightful book explores… Continue Reading →

Fictions of the Museum

Prof. Jorge Téllez (University of Pennsylvania) presents his ongoing book project on how 21st-century Latin American novels engage the figure of the museum to reflect on the relationship between collective and individual cultural memory in our contemporary hypermediated society. In these… Continue Reading →

Chile @ Baruch

Alumni, students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend this special program dedicated to exploring the latest economic trends from across Chile, followed by a networking dinner featuring authentic Chilean cuisine. Dr. Stephanie R. Golob, Chair of the Department of… Continue Reading →

Los Guardianes Del Maiz Screening

Professor León and LTS/ANT/SOC 3021 hosted a special screening of “Los Guardianes Del Maiz” (“The Keepers of the Corn”) for a Q&A with Producers Yira Vallejo and Johnathan Barbieri. The documentary served as a testament to both the fragility and tenaciousness… Continue Reading →

Celebrate Women’s History Month with ISLA!

Women’s History Month is a celebration of women’s contributions to history, culture and society and has been observed annually in the month of March in the United States since 1987. In 2023, our theme of Women’s History Month is “EmpowHER:… Continue Reading →

New York City Latin American History Workshop

Directed by Sinclair Thomson (NYU) and Pablo Piccato (Columbia), this long-running working group is a partnership between the graduate programs in Latin American History at NYU, Columbia, CUNY, and SUNY Stony Brook. Join us every last Friday of the month for a presentation by… Continue Reading →

Spring 2023 Virtual Diversity Career Expo

The Baruch College Spring 2023 Virtual Diversity Career Expo is designed to provide candidates from diverse backgrounds with an opportunity to meet employers and organizations interested in recruiting new talent for internships, leadership programs and entry-level positions.  This event will kick… Continue Reading →

Carnival on Film: Precession as Politics 

Baruch College’s Mishkin Gallery, Black and Latinx Studies, and Initiative for the Study of Latin America (ISLA) are pleased to present Carnival on Film: Procession as Politics, a film program taking place this coming 2023 Carnival season. From February 6-24th the Mishkin Gallery… Continue Reading →

KICK OFF EVENT! Primer Cafecito – September 21, 2022

About the Event: Primer Cafecito is designed to provide First-Year and Transfer students with a brief introduction to the key programs, offices and student organizations that Baruch offers! RSVP now for an opportunity full of valuable insight, meaningful connections and… Continue Reading →

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