Please join the Andean Project at Brown University for a talk by Grace Alexandrino Ocaña, a Ph.D. Candidate at Stanford University -- "Rights to a Heritage City: Working-class Citizens, Urban Heritage, and Conservation in Lima, Peru." Sponsored by the Cogut Center for the Humanities
How does Cuba’s history shape the country today? What do Cubans want for their future? Join us to explore the revised (Winter 2021) History, Revolution, and Reform: New Directions for Cuba curriculum unit. We’ll examine the newly revised lessons and readings, and experience an activity or two that use a variety of primary and secondary sources, data sets, images, and more.
Join us as Nathaniel shares learning Portuguese at Brown not only equipped him with a unique competitive set of skills in his career as a social entrepreneur and academic researcher but also allowed him to discover his calling and a world much more exciting than he would have ever found within the walls of a chemistry lab.