CONFERENCE CYCLE | OEI-UAL CHAIR OF IBERO-AMERICAN STUDIES

17 May 2024 - 18:30 | 24 May 2024 - 20:30

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This Conference Cycle takes place within the scope of the activities of the Chair of Ibero-American Studies OEI-UAL https://observare.autonoma.pt/catedra-estudos-americanos/, and has a wide range of great experts from the region, Portugal and Spain to talk about the History of the Region, Nationalism, Democracy and Authoritarianism, Hotspots of conflict, the phenomenon of Migration, the various Cooperation exercises, The Human Rights and the Climate, and the External Relations of the countries in the Region, among other involving topics.

Program

03/08/2024, 11am – Room 38, UAL
“Historical and political evolution of the Latin American regional system: from colonies to independent states”
Roberta Stumpf, Autonomous University of Lisbon

03/15/2024, 11am – Room 29, UAL
Geopolitics and Conflict
José Freire Nogueira, National Defense Institute

03/22/2024, 9:30 am – Room 38, UAL
“Historical and political evolution of the Latin American regional system: the Americas before the arrival of Europeans.”
Martín Lienhard, University of Zurich

03/22/2024, 11am – Room 38, UAL
“Nationalisms in the century of independence: case study – The Paraguayan War”
Raquel Patrício, ISCSP – University of Lisbon

03/22/2024, 6:30 pm – Room 29, UAL
“Portuguese participation in the peace process in Colombia”
João V. Sousa, Center for International Studies – ISCTE

5.04.2024, 9am – Auditorium 1, UAL
“Territory and Power in the Iberian contextAmericaat the"
Carlos Gil de Montes, Ambassador of Peru to Portugal
Jose Fernando Bautista, Ambassador of Colombia to Portugal
Julio C. Duarte Van Humbeck, Ambassador of Paraguay to Portugal
Pablo Garrido Arauz, Ambassador of Panama to Portugal
María Salomón, Researcher – Open University
Sandra Otálora Otálora, Instituto de Altos Estudios Diplomáticos “Pedro Gual”

5.04.2024, 6:30 pm – Auditorium 1, UAL
“Democracy and authoritarianism in Latin America”.
Andrés Malamud, Institute of Social Sciences – UL

04/8/2024, 11am – Room 38, UAL
“From Mexican cartels to Colombian guerrillas”.
Ricardo Raposo Lopes, Institute of Political Studies – Portuguese Catholic University

04/26/2024, 6:30 pm – Auditorium 1
“Democracy and Authoritarianism – APRIL 25 IN PORTUGAL: Dialogue between Portuguese and Latin American intellectuals in the 1960s and 1970s”.
Ana Maria Toscano, Fernando Pessoa University – Porto
Débora Dias, New University of Lisbon
Isabel Araújo Branco, New University of Lisbon
Alcibiades González Delvalle, Paraguayan playwright, journalist and essayist – National Literature Prize 2013 – Commentator (ON LINE) 

3.05.2024, 11am-1pm – Room 38 and Online
“Human Rights in the Ibero-American context”
Guillermo Fernández-Maldonado, Former Representative of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Mexico (2020-2023).

3.05.2024, 6:30pm-8pm – Room 29 and Online
“Human Rights in the Ibero-American context”
Mariano Aguirre, Red Latinoamericana de Seguridad Inclusiva y Sostenible – Friedrich Ebert Foundation

6.05.2024, 6:30pm-8pm – Room 29 and Online
“Latin America’s eternal transition to democracy”
Benjamín Fernández Bogado, Director of Radio Livre and Jornal 5dias – Paraguay.

17.05.2024, 11am-1pmH - Room 38
“Climate and Migration in Central America”
Brigida Brito, Autonomous University of Lisbon

05/17/2024, 6:30pm-8pm – Room 29
“The phenomenon of Migration in the Ibero-American context”
Beatriz Padilla, University of South Florida ONLINE

05/24/2024, 11am-1pm – Room 38
Latin America and Africa
Eugênio Almeida, CEI-Lisbon University Institute

05/24/2024, 6:30pm-8pm – Auditorium 1 
External Relations of Latin America
China – Cátia Miriam Costa, ISCTE-Lisbon University Institute
Europe – Filipe Vasconcelos Romão, Autonomous University of Lisbon
Portugal – Ana Paula Laborinho, Organization of Ibero-American States for Education, Science and Culture
Africa – Eugênio Almeida, CEI-Lisbon University Institute
USA – John Twichell, University of Miami
Moderator: Daniel Cardoso, Autonomous University of Lisbon

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