Cuban and Caribbean Studies Institute

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Committed to the importance of international experience and reinforcing Tulane University’s mission to provide opportunities which help students gain understanding, acquire knowledge and develop skills for living in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse world, the Stone Center for Latin American Studies strongly encourages students to avail themselves of a variety of overseas programs, including several which are directly operated by Tulane. These include summer, semester and year-long programs in Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and South America. Courses are taught in Spanish, Portuguese, Kaqchikel Maya, and English, with offerings in Area Studies, Tropical Ecology and Environment, Diaspora Studies, Business, Linguistics, Public Health, Social Systems, Historic Preservation, Cultural Studies, International Relations, Art, Anthropology, and more. The Stone Center of Latin American Studies and Tulane’s Center for Global Education provide information on these Tulane-affiliated programs as well as others and facilitate students’ access to such programs.

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On/Off-Screen: The Other Histories of Cinema in Latin America

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On/Off Screen. The Other Histories of Cinema in Latin America / Las otras historias del cine en América Latina explores practices of film distribution, exhibition and cinemagoing in Latin America. Over the past decade, the receiving end of the film chain, including patterns of film distribution and exhibition and the experiences of cinemagoers, has received increasing scholarly attention. Although this turn has made inroads beyond Eurocentric, Anglo-American limits, there is still a need to highlight other important cinematographic regions, especially Latin America. The symposium brings together scholars working in/on this domain from Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Ecuador, Cuba, and the US, etc to engage in conversations about film culture across the Western hemisphere.

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