Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

Round Table Discussion - Defiant Memory, Enduring Voices: Transitional Justice in Latin America Film Series (Chile Films)

Thursday, October 14, 2021

4:00pm – 5:30pm

Petteruti Lounge, Faunce House

Registration required. Register here.

Join the Department of Hispanic Studies for the Chile portion of their film series, "Defiant Memory, Enduring Voices: Transitional Justice in Latin America." This event is a roundtable discussion with invited speakers Professor Michael Lazzara (University of California Davis); Mateo Diaz Choza (Brown University) and Regina Pieck (Brown University) about the Chilean films Cordillera de los sueños (2019), dir. Patricio Guzmán. Haydee y el pez volador (2019), dir. Pachi Bustos. Films will be viewed online, asynchronously.  

Registration Required 

Watch “Cordillera de los sueños”

Watch “Haydee y el pez volador”
Password: haydee

For details about the film series, roundtable discussions, and where to watch the films, please go to the Hispanic Studies website.

Co-sponsored by the Department of Hispanic Studies, the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and the Cogut Center’s Humanities Initiative Programming Fund

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