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Cooking with Culture: Understanding Latin American Perspectives Through Food

Join International Studies and Ph.D. Student Raymond Jones during Latin America week to learn about the significance of food in Latin America and how to make your own Enchiladas Verdes. Raymond is a graduate student in Hispanic Studies. His dissertation focuses on cookbooks and Latin American recipes, studying the kitchen as a “laboratory” for women and people of color in colonial Latin America. Space is limited. Only the first 20 students registered will be admitted. Register here:

Food Connection, The 90, 440 Hilltop Avenue

Brazil, The United States and Th South American Subsystem

Carlos Gustavo Poggio Teixeira is a professor of International Relations at Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, Graduate Program San Tiago Dantas and Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado. He is author of the book “Brazil, the United States, and the South American Subsystem” and the “Neoconservative Thinking in the United States’ Foreign Policy”. Presented by International Studies.

Gatton Conference Room
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