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Consortium 25th anniversary Slideshow

The Consortium in Latin American and Caribbean Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University was created in 1990, formally recognizing fifty years of informal cooperation between the two universities. The geographic proximity of the campuses—just nine miles apart—greatly encourages and facilitates regular collaboration among faculty and students. The UNC and Duke Consortium has received major funding from the Andrew W. Mellon, Ford, and Tinker Foundations. Since 1991 it has been designated a Title VI National Resource Center (NRC) by the U.S. Department of Education.

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Consortium 25th anniversary Slideshow

  1. 1. Consortium History
  2. 2. Cover of the first proposal to the Mellon Foundation. 1989
  3. 3. Mellon Award Letter for the creation of the Duke-UNC Program in Latin American Studies, 1989
  4. 4. Invitation to first Duke-UNC Program dinner. 1990
  5. 5. Fall 1990 Carolina Alumni Review article about creation of Duke-UNC Program in Latin American Studies.
  6. 6. News Coverage on the start-up of the Duke-UNC Program. The News& Observer, 1990
  7. 7. News Coverage on the start-up of the Duke-UNC Program. The News& Observer, 1990
  8. 8. News Coverage on the start-up of the Duke-UNC Program. The DUKE DIALOGUE, 1990
  9. 9. FIRST TITLE VI GRANT AWARD LETTER. 1991
  10. 10. First Duke-UNC Program Newsletter. 1991
  11. 11. Building ties and connections.
  12. 12. Consortium Programs Events
  13. 13. THE FIRST EVENT ORGANIZED BY THE DUKE-UNC PROGRAM, JANUARY 1991
  14. 14. AN ACADEMIC CONFERENCE THAT RESULTED IN A BOOK, A PERFORMANCE AND A DANCE!
  15. 15. Invitation to first Day of the Dead Altar event, 1992
  16. 16. COLLABORATION WITH DUKE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM OF ART
  17. 17. Authentic Voices exhibit of Chilean art – with Durham Arts Council
  18. 18. Authentic Voices event, with Marjorie Agosin and local artists
  19. 19. Cassette recording of live performance at UNC
  20. 20. 1996 LATIN AMERICAN PRESIDENTS PROJECT. HOSTING RAUL ALFONSIN, BELISARIO BETANCUR AND MIGUEL DE LA MADRID
  21. 21. 1996 Latin American Presidents Project – Raul Alfonsin in Durham
  22. 22. 1996 Latin American Presidents Project – Belisario Betancur in Durham
  23. 23. 10th ANNIVERSARY CAKE
  24. 24. Celebrating Duke-UNC Program 10th anniversary, 2000.
  25. 25. PUBLICITY FOR A 1996 ALTAR EXHIBIT IN DUKE EAST CAMPUS UNION
  26. 26. Day of the Dead altars at Duke Latin American Studies house.
  27. 27. Day of the Dead altars at Duke Latin American Studies house.
  28. 28. Day of the Dead altars organized by consortium staff
  29. 29. Performance at Duke by El Cuarteto Latino Americano, 1992
  30. 30. A READING FROM THE NEW PLAY “DEATH AND THE MAIDEN”
  31. 31. Consortium-sponsored Art exhibit in Carrboro, NC
  32. 32. “New World Origin of Chocolate”
  33. 33. The Consortium hosts the 50th SECOLAS Conference in 2003
  34. 34. First Consortium Conference, 2004
  35. 35. Consortium Conference, 2005
  36. 36. Consortium Conference, 2006
  37. 37. Consortium Conference, 2011
  38. 38. Consortium Conference, 2012
  39. 39. Consortium Conference, 2013
  40. 40. Consortium Conference, 2014
  41. 41. First annual Fall Picnic of the Duke-UNC Program, 1990
  42. 42. Duke-UNC Program poster for recruiting graduate students.
  43. 43. A Consortium Cooperative Effort
  44. 44. Working Papers by participants in Ford exchange between Duke-UNC Program and FLACSO-Chile
  45. 45. Consortium Programs Film Festival
  46. 46. First Latin American Film Festival Program 1987
  47. 47. 2006 LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL. Women in Film. Sharon Mujica, Filmmakers, (bottom right) Penny Simpson & Jordi Mari
  48. 48. Marcela Fernandez-Violante, Mexican filmmaker & Sharon Mujica. 2006 Marcela & Claudio Fuentes, UNC Doctoral Student
  49. 49. 2006 NC LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL. Hank Okasaki, Antonio Arce, Evelyne Huber, John Stephens.
  50. 50. 2008 NC LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL. Afro & Youth Cultures in LA
  51. 51. 2008 NC Latin American Film Festival. Special “rap-sessions” with local Latino rappers At NCSU
  52. 52. 2008 NC Latin American Film Festival. “El Colombian Dream” with film director Felipe Aljure. Griffith Film Theatre, Duke
  53. 53. 2008 NC Latin American Film Festival. Special concert on Afro-Brazilian music at Guilford College
  54. 54. (center) Brazilian filmmaker Luis Nascimento and Jeanine Lino Costa after screening Selections of the CINEMA NOSSO PROGRAM. At UNC-Greensboro
  55. 55. Salvadoran filmmaker Victor Ruano introducing his film “Ever Amado” (2008)
  56. 56. Salvadoran filmmakers Victor Ruano and Jorge Dalton (2008) Dalton’s film “Entre los Muertos” (2008)
  57. 57. “The Virgin Comes to La Maldita Vecindad” (‘the damned bad neighborhood). Elva E. Bishop, Altha Cravey, and Javier García (Durham) 2008 at Durham Tech. Community participation.
  58. 58. 2009 NC LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL Cuba at 50
  59. 59. CHEVOLUTION. Luis López & Trisha Ziff (Germany – Cuba, 2008). 90 min.
  60. 60. “De cierta manera” Sara Gomez, introduced by Todd Ochoa
  61. 61. THE OTHER SIDE OF IMMIGRATION, Roy Germano (Mexico-USA) 57 min. Panel with the participation of: Hannah Gill. Director Latino Immigration Project. UNC-CH Charles Thompson, Center for Documentary Studies & Anthropology Department, Duke. Yholima Vargas & Julio Olmos, El Centro Hispano. Durham. Members of the community and Durham Technical Community College Latino Students.
  62. 62. Alex Rivera introduced his “Sleep Dealer” for the 2009 NC Latin American Film Festival
  63. 63. 2010 NC LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL. On the Bicentennial
  64. 64. 2011 NC LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL Unfinished Visions. 25Th Anniversary of Festival
  65. 65. Sebastian Hiriart on MX-Emergency
  66. 66. 2012 NC LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL. Water & Revolution Series
  67. 67. 2013 NC LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL Diasporas & Indigeneity
  68. 68. 2013 NC LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL Diasporas & Indigeneity. Round table with “VIDEO NAS ALDEIAS” Filmmakers. Ariel Duarte, Patricia Ferreira-Keretxu, Amalia Cordova, Divino Tserewahu.
  69. 69. 2014 NC LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL Sounds & Rhythms. 25Th Consortium Anniversary
  70. 70. 2014 Latin American Film Festival. Film director Robert Pietri (Semper Fidel) & film guru Hank Okasaki
  71. 71. 2014 Latin American Film Festival at Durham Tech/UNC. Discussion with director Sara Garrahan and Nora Mendez on the film VIDA PROPIA (2014)
  72. 72. 2014 NC Latin American Film Festival. Exhibit: “Rostros del Tiempo” by Charles D. Thompson
  73. 73. Consortium Programs Interdisciplinary Working Groups
  74. 74. Early History of UNC-Duke Interdisciplinary Research and Training Workshops 1990-1991 Latin American Political and Economic Regimes Health and Environment in Latin America State and Culture in Latin America Gender Issues in Latin America 1991-1992 Health and Environment in Latin America History, Ideology and Narrative in the Americas Latin American Theater Performances Latin American Political and Economic Regimes Power and Gender in Latin America Pre-Columbian Art and Societies Public Opinion in Latin America State and Culture in Latin America 1992-1993 Health and Environment in Latin America History, Ideology and Narrative in the Americas Latin American Performance Latin American Political and Economic Regimes Power and Gender in Latin America Religious Change in Latin America Labor, Free Trade and Economic Integration in the Americas Health and Society in Latin America 1993-1995 At-Risk Children of Latin American Origin and Their Families Conflicts of Consciousness: Time, Space and Visual Narratives in Mesoamerica, The Andes, and the Colonial New World Cuba Culture and Identity in Brazil: The Afro-Brazilian Dimension The Environment in Latin America Gendered Identities and Transnationalism in Latin America History, Ideology and Narrative in the Americas Latin American Political and Economic Regimes Religious Change in Latin America Labor, Free Trade and Economic Integration in the Americas Health and Society in Latin America Theatre, Performative Acts, and Politics in Latin America
  75. 75. The Working Group on the Environment and Latin America (WGELA) is a collaborative effort between Duke University, UNC, and NC State undergraduate and graduate students to promote a rich comprehension of environmental issues in Latin America through interdisciplinary collaboration. It has been in existence since 1990, as the Health and Environment in Latin America.
  76. 76. WGELA Internship panel event. 2011
  77. 77. WGELA Film Event. 2012
  78. 78. WGELA Internship panel event. 2012
  79. 79. WGELA Film event. 2013
  80. 80. WGELA Film panel event. 2014
  81. 81. The Modernity/Coloniality and the Geopolitics of Knowledge Working Group has existed since 2000. Its aim has been to investigate contemporary social, cultural, political, and economic transformations in Latin America/Caribbean from critical cultural, epistemological, and epistemic perspectives, highlighting how they are discussed and theorized in Latin America itself. The group thus privileges the tradition of pensamiento critico latinoamericano.
  82. 82. The Working Group on Reproductive Justice & Migration in the Americas presents: Iris López, PhD Professor of Sociology & Co-Director of the Program in Latin American and Latino Studies City College of New York Author of “Matters of Choice: Puerto Rican Women’s Struggle for Reproductive Freedom” For more information, contact: Chelly Richards, richarcr@live.unc.edu Laura Villa, villal@live.unc.edu Contraceptiv e Choices by Latin American Women in the United States September 20, 2012 Lecture UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health MHRC, Room 0001 3:30 to 4:45 pm September 21, 2012 Ethnographic Research Methods Discussion UNC FedEx Global Education Center, Room 3024 3:00 to 5:00 pm WG on Reproductive Justice. 2012
  83. 83. WG on Reproductive Justice. 2013
  84. 84. WG on Reproductive Justice. Film Screening and panel. 2013
  85. 85. WG on Social Cartographies Event on Peace and Justice. 2014
  86. 86. Abya Yala WG on “Oraliterature” 2014
  87. 87. Abya Yala WG on “Mapuche Literature” 2014
  88. 88. WG on War & Peace. Event on “Peace Communities and Resistance to War.” 2011-2012
  89. 89. 19th century in Latin America Working Group book launching event
  90. 90. Consortium Programs Yucatec-Maya
  91. 91. First group of Yucatec Maya students in Opichen, 1992.
  92. 92. 1994 Yucatec Maya students in Opichen
  93. 93. Yucatec Maya students studying at Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan, Merida, 1995.
  94. 94. Maya student dinner in Chapel Hill
  95. 95. Maya students at Ek Balaam archaeological site, 1996.
  96. 96. Learning about stelae at Mayapan
  97. 97. In Labna archaeological site.
  98. 98. Students and instructor enjoying meal at Chaac Mool in Santa Elena, Yucatan.
  99. 99. Yucatec Maya instructor Miguel Guemes interviewing midwife (in Maya)
  100. 100. Students relaxing on “kissing chairs” in Plaza in Merida
  101. 101. Merida, Yucatan
  102. 102. Maya Hieroglyphic Workshop, 2004.
  103. 103. Maya students admiring traditional ipiles.
  104. 104. Maya students with Professor Allan Burns in Merida.
  105. 105. Maya students learning about the milpa
  106. 106. Xocen community leaders In the milpa
  107. 107. Xocen children in traditional Mayan house.
  108. 108. Cover of original film for teaching of Maya language produced by Consortium
  109. 109. Traditional altar in Mayan house in Xocen.
  110. 110. Program student practicing Maya with Xocen children.
  111. 111. In Xocen
  112. 112. SNAP Project in Yucatan
  113. 113. SNAP PROJECT
  114. 114. Maya instructors in Santa Elena, MX. Miguel Guemes, Sharon Mujica, Santiago Garcia, John Tuxill, Michael Carrasco.
  115. 115. Maya student glyph project in Santa Elena museum, MX. Glyphs tell the history of the town.
  116. 116. Maya glyph project
  117. 117. Flash cards produced and distributed nationally for the learning of Yucated Maya
  118. 118. Yucatec Maya students and instructors, Summer 2014
  119. 119. Yucatec Maya instructors. Merida. MX, Summer 2014
  120. 120. Consortium Programs Outreach
  121. 121. Supported by grant from Z Smith Reynolds Foundation
  122. 122. Mexico 2000 Teacher Study Tour
  123. 123. Mexico 2000 Teacher Study Tour
  124. 124. Mexico 2000 Teacher Study Tour
  125. 125. Mexico 2000 Teacher Study Tour
  126. 126. Mexico 2000 Teacher Study Tour
  127. 127. Mexico 2000 Teacher Study Tour
  128. 128. Mexico 2000 teacher tour exhibit
  129. 129. 2013 teacher workshop featuring Charlie Thompson’s Border Odyssey project.
  130. 130. 2013 teacher workshop featuring Charlie Thompson’s Border Odyssey project.
  131. 131. 2013 teacher workshop featuring Charlie Thompson’s Border Odyssey project.
  132. 132. 2013 teacher workshop featuring Charlie Thompson’s Border Odyssey project.
  133. 133. Mural painting workshop for Durham high school students with guest artist Inocente (2013).
  134. 134. T-shirt painting project for Durham high school students with guest artist Inocente (2013)
  135. 135. 2014 Connecting the Americas teacher study tour in Yucatan, Mexico.
  136. 136. 2013 teacher workshop featuring Charlie Thompson’s Border Odyssey project.
  137. 137. 2014 Connecting the Americas teacher study tour in Yucatan, Mexico.
  138. 138. 2014 Connecting the Americas teacher study tour in Yucatan, Mexico.
  139. 139. Teaching grade school students about Mexican Day of the Dead.
  140. 140. 2011 teacher study tour to Guanajuato, Mexico.
  141. 141. 2011 teacher study tour to Guanajuato, Mexico.
  142. 142. 2008 teacher workshop on Brazil.
  143. 143. Mural painted by students and guest artist in lobby of Hillside High School, Durham (2012).
  144. 144. Mural painted by Hillside High School students, teachers and guest artists (2011)
  145. 145. Consortium People
  146. 146. UNC Lars Schoultz (Political Science) 1989 – 1994 Evelyne Huber (Political Science) 1994 - 1998 Jonathan Hartlyn (Political Science) 1998 - 2000 Evelyne Huber (Political Science) 2000 – 2003 Arturo Escobar (Anthropology) 2004 – 2007 Louis Perez (History) 2007 - present Duke Gary Gereffi (Sociology) 1989 – 1990 William Ascher (Public Policy) 1990 – 1994 Deborah Jakubs (Library/History) 1995 – 2002 John French (History) 2002 – 2005 Gil Merkx (Sociology) 2006 – 2008 Dennis Clements (Global Health) 2008 - present Consortium Co-Directors 1989 - 2015
  147. 147. Lars Schoultz (Political Science) 1989 – 1994
  148. 148. Louis Perez (History) 2007 - present; Lars Schoultz (Political Science) 1989 – 1994; Gil Merkx (Sociology) 2006 – 2008
  149. 149. Past Duke-UNC Program directors celebrating 10th anniversary (Jonathan Hartlyn, William Ascher, Evelyne Huber, Deborah Jakubs)
  150. 150. Arturo Escobar, Sharon Mujica, Shelley Clarke.
  151. 151. Consortium picnic (John French, Stacey Sewall)
  152. 152. Duke Consortium Co-Directors Gil Merkx, Deborah Jakubs, John French.
  153. 153. Rob Anderson and Teresa Chapa at picnic.
  154. 154. Tamera Marko (with Eloisa) and Beatriz Riefkohl-Muniz (with Maira)
  155. 155. Sharon Mujica, Bonnie McManus, Scott Morgenstern, Jenny Snead-Williams, John French, Natalie Hartman
  156. 156. Consortium staff holiday party, 2010
  157. 157. Suzanne Metha-Keuthen, Alejandra Okie-Holt, Ryan Long.
  158. 158. Consortium picnic, Pela and Gary Gereffi, Antonio Arce.
  159. 159. Dennis Clements (Duke Pediatrics/Global Health), Co-Director 2008 - present
  160. 160. John French, Natalie Hartman, Bill Mace, Julie Lawhorn, 2002.
  161. 161. Sharon Mujica, Natalie Hartman, Silvia Gonzalez (with Matias), Adriana Brodsky
  162. 162. Consortium staff at picnic
  163. 163. Gil Merkx, Charlie Thompson, Antonio Arce
  164. 164. Jonathan Hartlyn, wife Debbie, Lars Schoultz, Deborah Jakubs
  165. 165. 2012 Consortium staff dinner.
  166. 166. Juan Ricardo Aparicio, Arturo Escobar (Co- Director, UNC 2004-07), & Sharon Mujica
  167. 167. Visiting scholars from Peru who participated in Ford Foundation-sponsored exchange between Duke/UNC and Peruvian universities, 2001.
  168. 168. Staff dinner during trip to Washington, DC for Title VI meeting.
  169. 169. Visiting Professor Jean Casimir (Haiti), LeAnne Disla.
  170. 170. Natalie Hartman, LeAnne Disla, Antonio Arce, 2009.
  171. 171. Susan and Dillon Wilson, Natalie Hartman
  172. 172. Duke and UNC graduate students at LASA 2006.
  173. 173. Duke Assistant Program Coordinator Silvia Gonzalez, 1997.
  174. 174. Visiting Peruvian scholars.
  175. 175. John French, Kristin Wintersteen, picnic.
  176. 176. John and Carmen Chasteen and friends performing during 2006 Consortium conference.
  177. 177. Jonathan Hartlyn, Fernando Fernholz at picnic.
  178. 178. Jon Beasley-Murray’s dissertation defense party, with John French and Marta Hernandez.
  179. 179. Lou Perez, Pat Northover, Michaeline Crichlow, Susan Wilson, Fernando Fernholz, at picnic.
  180. 180. Duke graduate students Jon Beasley-Murray, Jan French, Caroline Yezer
  181. 181. Emily Chavez, Beatriz Riefkohl-Muniz, Shelley Clarke.

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