JULY 27-28, 2023 Cuernavaca, México
As the world transitions into various strategies of post-pandemic economic recovery, the prevailing neo-liberal approaches to globalization have been checkmated. In the next several years, a new world order will emerge grounded on regionalism, self-determination, post-colonial, sustainability, anti-imperialist, and neo-nationalist ideologies and strategies. The question is: What will be Latin America’s place in the upcoming realignment of the post-COVID world? Will it continue its cultural, political and economic vassalage that ties it inexorably to the United States? Will China simply supplant the Coloso del Norte? Or, will Latin American leaders finally have the courage to realize Simón Bolívar’s dream and form a union of nations brought together, not by cultural and economic vassalage to any world power, but by the cultural, linguistic and historical legacy that all its countries share? Universidad Internacional and Inclusión Américas invite you to join us in an open dialogue to propose answers to the questions regarding Latin America’s place in the post-pandemic new order. Come and share your area of interest in Latin American art, music, indigenous languages, linguistics, literature, economics, politics, history, current issues and other related topics. Areas of interest will include the impact of Latin American cultures in the United States. We welcome papers and panel proposals on any subject relating to Latin America. Graduate student presentations are welcome. A selection of the Conference Proceedings will be published.
Submit your 150-word abstract (in English or Spanish) by June 21, 2023 to the
Dr. Álvaro Ramírez
Saint Mary’s College of California
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