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LGBT+ People's Reported Social and Health Adaptations to COVID-19 in Mexico City

Using an original survey instrument distributed online, this study evaluates and compares the social and health adaptations of LGBT+ people currently living in Mexico City to the COVID-19 pandemic.


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Webinar: Los trabajadores de las maquiladoras frente al COVID-19

Este webinario contará con ponencias de un grupo de académicos y activistas quienes analizarán los riesgos a los que se han enfrentado los trabajadores de la maquila durante la epidemia del COVID-19, debido a las ambigüedades legales que han existido en cuanto a su protección durante la epidemia.


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VIDEO: NAHUATL CONFERENCE 2020, PANEL 1

This webinar features new research on Mesoamerica by 3 teachers and 4 advanced students of the Nahuatl language. Nahuatl is the language spoken by the Mexica or Aztecs, and it is still spoken today by about a million people in Mexico. Presentations will be in Nahuatl, Spanish and English or a combination of the 3 languages.


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PODCAST: 3RD ANNUAL NAHUATL CONFERENCE AT UCLA PANEL 2

This webinar features new research on Mesoamerica by 3 teachers and 4 advanced students of the Nahuatl language. Presentations will be in Nahuatl, Spanish, and English or a combination of the 3 languages.


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PODCAST: NAHUATL CONFERENCE 2020, PANEL 1

This webinar features new research on Mesoamerica by 3 teachers and 4 advanced students of the Nahuatl language. Presentations will be in Nahuatl, Spanish, and English or a combination of the 3 languages.


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PODCAST: Life in the Time of COVID 19

This panel offers three short presentations and discussions about COVID 19 and its impact in Cuba, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic from the perspectives of three scholars with years of experience in these contexts.


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VIDEO WEBINAR: ANIMALS, AGENCY, AND SLAVING IN THE ATLANTIC WORLD

John Garrigus, Dept. of History, University of Texas, Arlington, “An epidemic that can only be stopped by the most violent remedy”: African ‘Poisons' versus Animal Disease in Saint-Domingue, 1750-1788” Comment - Stephen Bell, Depts. of History and Geography, UCLA


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Podcast: John Garrigus (Department of History, UT Arlington): “An epidemic that can only be stopped by the most violent remedy”: African ‘Poisons' versus Animal Disease in Saint-Domingue, 1750-1788”

John Garrigus, Dept. of History, University of Texas, Arlington, “An epidemic that can only be stopped by the most violent remedy”: African ‘Poisons' versus Animal Disease in Saint-Domingue, 1750-1788” Comment - Stephen Bell, Depts. of History and Geography, UCLA


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VIDEO WEBINAR: Brazil, Bolsonaro and COVID-19: A conversation

In this roundtable, the first of an International Institute series on the global pandemic, a group of researchers, clinical practitioners, and journalists will discuss the epidemiological, public health, and political dimensions of the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil.


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PODCAST: Brazil, Bolsonaro and COVID-19: A conversation

In this roundtable, the first of an International Institute series on the global pandemic, a group of researchers, clinical practitioners, and journalists will discuss the epidemiological, public health, and political dimensions of the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil.


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Living and Writing in Havana

Cuban writer Leonardo Padura and filmmaker, scriptwriter Lucia Lopez Coll discuss contemporary ideas of writing in Havana.


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