2019 Brazilian Film Series
The Center for Latin American Studies is excited to announce our 2019 Brazilian Film Series! Over the course of 5 weeks, we will be showing a Brazilian film every  Monday at 2:30 PM in 180 Hagerty Hall

April 8: From the Land to Your Table
From the Land to Your Table shows the perspectives of seven Ibero-American
filmmakers as they capture the conditions and cultural diversity of popular produce markets in their individual countries.

April 15: The Empty Classroom
Travel to seven different countries and explore the underlying reasons why nearly one out of every two students never makes it to graduation day.

April 22: Eternal Amazon
At a time when the world is discussing the impact of human actions on the environment, Amazônia Eterna presents a critical analysis of how the world's largest tropical rainforest is understood and appreciated.
OIA Area Studies Center Conference Grants Award Recipient 
The Center for Latin American Studies, Center for Slavic and East European Studies, and the East Asian Studies Center are pleased to announce the recipient of the inaugural OIA Area Studies Center Conference Grant. Prof. Nena Couch, area studies interim head at University Libraries, was awarded $6,700 for her proposal, "Area Studies Global Comics Lecture Series." Collaborating team members include Prof. Ann Marie Davis (Japanese studies librarian), Prof. Magda El-Sherbini (Middle East studies librarian), Prof. Pamela Espinosa de los Monteros (Latin American studies librarian), Prof. Joseph Galron (Jewish studies librarian) and Miroljub Ruzic (East European/Slavic studies librarian).

To learn more, please click here
"Imagining and enacting Indigenous Futures: diversity and the challenge of inclusion"
When: April 8th, 2019 (2pm)
Where: 4012 Smith Lab

The Department of Anthropology and The Kirwan Institute present "Imagining and enacting Indigenous Futures: diversity and the challenge of inclusion" by Dr. Filiberto Penados, Academic Director of the Center for Engaged Learning Abroad, Belize (CELA-Belize). 

A reception will be held in 4180 Smith Lab. 


Gil Joseph Lecture
When: April 12th, 2019 (3-4:30 pm)
Where: Dulles Hall, Room 168

Dr. Gilbert Joseph will be presenting his lecture, "Border Crossings and the Remaking of Latin American Cold War Studies: Transnational approaches to Revolution and Counterrevolution". Joseph is Farnam Professor of History and International Studies at Yale University and recently served as President of the Latin American Studies Association. Professor Joseph has published seventeen books on Latin American revolutions and social movements and U.S.-Latin American relations, including Revolution from Without: Yucatán, Mexico, and the United States, 1880-1924 (Cambridge University Press, 1982) and Mexico's Once and Future Revolution: Social Upheaval and the Challenge of Rule since the Late Nineteenth Century (Duke, 2013). This event is sponsored in part by a U.S. Department of Education Title VI grant to The Ohio State University Center for Latin American Studies.

For information on the 2017-2019 CHR program, You Say You Want a Revolution? Revolutions in Historical Perspective, visit http://chr.osu.edu/

Co-sponsored by the Department of History, Center for Historical Research, Center for Latin American Studies
2019 CLAS K12 Needs Assessment Survey
The Center for Latin American Studies at The Ohio State University invites K12 educators to participate in a K12 Needs Assessment survey. The mission of CLAS is to serve, facilitate, and stimulate the teaching, research, and intellectual interests of faculty, students, and the public in all matters dealing with Latin America. One way that the Center accomplishes this mission is by carrying out meaningful outreach programs with K12 educators. Survey results will be utilized to inform and enhance our K12 Outreach Strategy and program offerings over the next three years. 
Thank you in advance for completing this survey, we appreciate your time and value your feedback.
Summer 2019 Global Teacher Seminar 
When:  June 3-7, 2019 (9am-5pm)
Where: OSU campus

Global Environmental Issues: The Problems, Solutions and Potential Outcomes. This week-long institute aims to inform K-12 teachers on environmental issues related to the natural resources of various countries, including Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East. The seminar will deepen teachers' understanding of the different environmental issues and challenges facing society now and in the future, and through pedagogical training enable the incorporation of this new content into their curricula. Teachers will receive a certificate of completion with contact hours, and a $100 stipend for attending the seminar and completing a lesson plan by August 1. The registration deadline is May 1, 2019.

Registration and event details can be found on the CLAS website.

Questions? Please contact smith.12674@osu.edu

The seminar is organized by the East Asian Studies Center (EASC) in partnership with the Center for African Studies (CAS), Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS), Center for Slavic and East European Studies (CSEES), and Middle East Studies Center (MESC) with support from the U.S. Department of Education Title VI Grants.
HISTORY 3106: History of Mexico

Job Posting: Elementary Spanish Teacher 
Bexley City Schools is seeking an elementary Spanish teacher for Cassingham and Montrose Elementary Schools. For more information and how to apply, please click here
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