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LatAm in Focus: Marie Arana Talks Silver, Sword, and Stone

The author explains how her book takes us from pre-Columbian times to today through three driving forces in Latin America’s history: mining, violence, and religion. ...

Marie Arana

LatAm in Focus: Marie Arana Talks Silver, Sword, and Stone

Thursday, October 10, 2019  |  Carin Zissis

The author explains how her book takes us from pre-Columbian times to today through three driving forces in Latin America’s history: mining, violence, and religion. 

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Soledad Fox, Round Trip: The Life of Jorge Semprún

October 27, 2017

Soledad Fox, a professor of Spanish and comparative literature at Williams College, recently published a biography of writer, politician and Buchenwald survivor Jorge Semprún (1923–2011). As the book is about to be published in English, she discusses her approach of 20th-century Europe through the biographical genre. ... Read More

Naomi Wallace's The War Boys

October 17, 2016

Jon Rua from Broadway's Hamilton reads key scenes from Naomi Wallace's The War Boys, followed by a panel discussion on immigration, xenophobia, and the arts. ... Read More
America Society Spring 2015 Cultural Calendar

April – June 2015 Culture Calendar

Friday, March 4, 2016

See what literature, music, and visual arts events are taking place at Americas Society Spring 2015.

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Review 91: A Year in Review, Fall 2015

Review 91: A Year in Review, Fall 2015

Friday, October 23, 2015

This issue of Americas Society's flagship journal showcases modern and contemporary literature and arts from the Caribbean and Latin America.

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Review 90: Latin America and the Technological Imaginary in the Digital Age

Thursday, May 14, 2015

The Spring 2015 issue of Review examines technology’s impact on literature and creative expression.

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Richard Blanco, Cuban American Poet and Storyteller, Explores Home and Cuban Indentity

Monday, November 2, 2015

Poet Richard Blanco spoke at Americas Society about conquering the subject of home described in his memoir The Prince of Los Cocuyos, his inaugural poem, and the maturation of the Cuban identity in America.

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