Loyola University Maryland

Latin American and Latino Studies

2010-2011 Past Events

The Origen of Species and Other Poems

Ernesto Cardenal

Ernesto Cardenal

When: April 19, 2011 at 6pm
Where: Loyola/Notre Dame Library
Poetry recitation in Spanish by Ernesto Cardenal
English Translation Reading by Lia Purpura
Sponsored By: Center for the Humanities, Latin American and Latino Studies, Catholic Studies,
Liberal Studies, Global Studies, Center for Community Service and Justice, Writing,
Modern Languages and Literatures, and Physics

Ernesto Cardenal Event Flyer


"Revolutionary Mosquitoes: Plantation Ecology, Tropical Diseases, and Anti-Colonial Revolutions in Haiti, Venezuela and Cuba, 1791-1898"

Professor J.R. McNeill
Georgetown University

Haitian Revolution

When: Monday, March 28, 2011, 5:00pm
Where: Loyola/Notre Dame Library Auditorium
Sponsored By: the History Department, the Biology Department, Latin American and Latino Studies, the Associate Dean for Natural Sciences, and the Center for the Humanities


Baltimoreans in Nicaragua

Nicaragua Flag 

Please join us!  Hear the stories; see the photos by four Baltimoreans who just went to Nicaragua.  Learn how you can get more involved with this sister-city program!

When: Tuesday March 29, 2011
Where: 4th Floor Programming Room (Andrew White Student Center)
Sponsored By: CASA Baltimore/Limay/SN304

For more information, contact Donald Guillen, Emily Murphy, or Dr. Ward


"Hiding and seeking the 'author' in the fiction of Mario Vargas Llosa,"

with Dr. Sara Castro-Klarén, Johns Hopkins University

'La Casa Verde' Cover  'La Guerra Del Fin Del Mundo' Cover  'La Tia Julia Y El Escribidor' Cover
When: Wednesday, March 23, 2011 at 5pm
Where: Loyola University Maryland, Knott Hall B03
Sponsored By:The Center For the Humanities, Latin American and Latino Studies, and The English Department