The Cuban Heritage Collection’s 2017-2018 Goizueta Foundation Graduate Fellowship Research Colloquia kicks off in August with several talks by researchers who will be describing their works in progress.
Colloquia are scheduled for 3 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Held at the Elena Díaz-Versón Amos Conference Room in the Roberto C. Goizueta Pavilion on second floor of the Otto G. Richter Library, these events are free and open to the public.
- Tuesday, August 1
- John Ermer, Florida International University (History)
The Lebanese Mahjar in Cuba
- Asiel Sepulveda, Southern Methodist University (Art History)
City Impressions: Frédéric Mialhe and the Making of Nineteenth-Century Havana
- Thursday, August 3
- Lilianne Lugo Herrera, University of Miami (Modern Languages and Literatures)
Transnational Black Bodies: Caribbean Perspectives on the Theater of the Cuban Diaspora
- Thursday, August 10
- Rodrigo Del Rio, Harvard University (Romance Languages and Literatures)
Cuban Urban Imaginaries: Writing the City on the Verge of Revolution
- Tuesday, August 15
- Alberto Sosa Cabanas, Florida International University (Modern Languages)
Racism, Celebration and Otherness: Depictions of Blackness in the Cuban Cultural Discourse (1790-1959)
- Tuesday, August 22
- Catherine Mas, Yale University (History, Program in the History of Science and Medicine)
The Culture Brokers: Medicine, Anthropology, and Transcultural Miami, 1960-1990
- Thursday, September 14
- Elizabeth Cerejido, University of Florida (Art and Art History)
Cuban (American) Art: Beyond Nation and Diaspora
UMIT and UM Libraries have partnered with Adobe to provide free access to Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) for all University of Miami faculty, staff, and students starting on August 1, 2017. The Adobe CC suite includes Acrobat Pro, Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, InDesign, free mobile apps for designing on the go, and much more! For a full list of available programs, please click here.
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Faculty members who are interested in integrating a digital aspect into their classes or assignments should consult with Vanessa Rodriguez, Digital Media Lab manager. We are available to instruct small groups of students or can help you come up with ideas for developing a digital media project your students can create.
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