|Photo of Guatemala City by Ben Beiske. Licensed via Creative Commons.|
Vanderbilt's Center for Latin American Studies has an active calendar this week, including a visit from the Ambassador of Guatemala to the United States:
Tuesday, October 26
"The Long Struggle Against Impunity in Argentina," a Brown Bag lunch with Patricia Isasa. 12:15pm, Buttrick 015 in the Learning Resource Center. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday October 28
“Urban-mestizo language and culture as the “zero degree” of Southern Quechua: Ethnographic, archaeological, and political implications”; Lecture by Bruce Manneheim (University of Michigan) 4:10pm; 101 Garland Hall. Sponsored by CLAS and the department of Anthropology.
Friday, October 29
“Models for Healthcare & Development: Lessons Learned from Guatemala”; 2pm-5pm; First Amendment Center. Click here for more information.
“Challenges to Development in Guatemala”: Lecture by Guatemalan Ambassador Francisco Villagrán; 5:30pm; First Amendment Center. Click here for more information.
Saturday, October 30
Día de los Muertos Festival; 11am-5pm; Cheekwood Museum and Botanical Gardens. More info here.