LACIS Upcoming Events

March 6th @ 12:30pm (206 Ingraham Hall) 
Free and Open to Public

Professor Hélio Seixas Guimarães is one of the most distinguished faculty members in Brazil's top-ranked program in Brazilian literature at the University of São Paulo. He is a leading authority on nineteenth- and twentieth- century Brazilian literature and is among the foremost experts on Brazil's most prestigious literary figure, Machado de Assis. The author of five monographs, the editor of seven volumes, three translated books and thirty-nine articles, prefaces, and book chapters, Professor Guimarães serves as one of the chief editors of the online journal Machado de Assis Em Linha. More...
Latin American Community

March 2nd @ 7pm (4070 Vilas Hall) 

Argentina 1956 35mm 88 min. Spanish with English subtitles

One of the most beautifully photographed films in film history, Los Tallos Amargos cuts between dreams and a noirish reality to plumb the dark psyche of a journalist tortured by his conscience after he commits murder. Restored by UCLA Film & Television Archive with funding provided by Film Noir Foundation.

University Events
March 1st @ Multicultural (4:30pm)

Join us in celebrating Brazil's Carnival during this months Global Cafe! 

Come eat delicious snacks, make fun crafts, and have  good conversation with other globally minded people! All international and U.S. students welcome.


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