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Latin American Studies

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1 Jan. 20 lecture to focus on transformation of Buenos Aires between 1880 and 1950
Public Relations News Release 2009:227, p.1
1/14/2010 Pablo Ben, assistant professor of Latin American history, will present "From City to Sin to Family Haven: the Transformation of Buenos Aires between 1880 and 1950." Ben will discuss how modern homosexual and heterosexual identities began to emerge.
2 UNI professors travel for Fulbright-Hays grant
Public Relations News Release 2009:43, p.1
9/11/2009 Alex Oberle, assistant professor of geography, and curriculum specialist Kay Weller, associate professor of geography, traveled to Chile for a four-week professional development program earlier this summer. Professors listed.
3 University of Northern Iowa to host Midwest Association for Latin American Studies annual meeting October 11-12.
Public Relations News Release 1991:125, p.1
10/8/1991 Keith Hunte and Francesca Miller are featured speakers at Latin American Studies annual meeting.
4 Latin American women's search for justice topic of October 11 lecture at University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1991:121, p.1
10/7/1991 Francesca Miller will talk on the subject "Latin American Women and the Search for Social Justice' at UNI.
5 U. S. policy in Central America is topic of UNI public talk April 23 (Thursday)
Public Relations News Release 1987:322, p.1
4/14/1987 Guest professor, Luis E. Aguilar appeared in the Kamerick Art Building to speak on U. S. policy in Central America. Aguilar's presentation was sponsored by the Department of Modern Languages, and the Latin American Studies Committee.
6 Acclaimed European singer Sofia Noel to bring U.S. tour performance to UNI Nov. 1
Public Relations News Release 1985:112, p.1
10/28/1985 Noel is a Spanish soprano and her show will focus on folkloric, Spanish, Latin American and Sephardic music; she is most famous for her sephardic music which is folk music of Jews of Spanish origin sung in 15th century Spanish.
7 Connie Hohlfeld to Discuss Her Experiences in Nicaragua During UNI Speech Oct. 25
Public Relations News Release 1985:93, p.1
10/18/1985 Connie Hohlfeld spent five weeks in Nicaragua and plans to talk about her experiences at UNI; she feels that she was in a communist country that was as free as the United States.
8 The lonely study of a non-English world
Alumnus 66:4, p.20
1/1/1983 Exploration of the difficulty of getting students involved in area studies programs; photo.
9 Johnetta Cole to speak
Public Relations News Release 77:43, p.6
3/20/1981 Will present two lectures.
10 Aguilar to speak on Jose Marti
Northern Iowan 77:28, p.1
11 UNI to sponsor lecture on Jose Marti and the Cuban revolution
Public Relations News Release 1980:310, p.1
1/13/1981 Luis E. Aguilar of Georgetown will visit UNI to speak on the Cuban revolutionist Jose Marti.
12 Prof talks on Nicaraguan turmoil
Northern Iowan 76:51, p.13
4/22/1980 Professor Talbott gave a talk on the turmoil in Nicaragua.
13 El dice 'Gracias'
Talbott--Robert Dean (History Faculty)
Northern Iowan 76:42, p.2
3/11/1980 Thanks to the speakers from Nicaragua.
14 Two students receive awards
Northern Iowan 76:25, p.4
12/11/1979 Students receive cash awards for papers on aspects of Latin American relations; photo.
15 Faculty members wanted
Northern Iowan 76:14, p.12
10/26/1979 Faculty members are being sought to serve on the Latin American Studies Committee.
16 Essay contest
Northern Iowan 75:48, p.13
4/10/1979 The Latin American Studies Committee is sponsoring an essay contest.
17 Essay contest
Northern Iowan 75:43, p.10
3/23/1979 Latin American Studies Committee offers two $100 prizes.
18 Many activities planned for Pan American Week
Northern Iowan 74:48, p.9
4/7/1978 Schedule of activities.
19 Scholarships
Northern Iowan 71:45, p.6
3/25/1975 Two scholarships available for Colombia Exchange.
20 Untitled
Northern Iowan 69:57, p.6
6/22/1973 Professor Dean Talbott accepts check from local Latin American Club for Latin American Studies Committee.
21 Regents approve new majors and minors
Northern Iowan 68:61, p.1
7/21/1972 Approve majors in American Studies, health education (teaching), humanities, individual studies, and Latin American studies; minors in athletic training, comparative literature, journalism, and physical education (elementary teaching).
22 Chilean poet Neruda to be subject of seminar; Nobel prize winner
Northern Iowan 68:25, p.8
12/17/1971 Professor Hawley will prepare seminar.
23 UNI Museum features Latin-Am exhibits
Northern Iowan 67:45, p.5
24 Pan Am Day features noted columnist
Northern Iowan 67:44, p.1
4/13/1971 Gary MacEoin will speak; photo.
25 UNI Museum Features Latin-American Exhibits
Public Relations News Release 1971:536, p.1
4/13/1971 In recognition of Latin American Week, various Latin American objects have been displayed in the museum.
26 Pan American Day at UNI to Feature Latin American Expert
Public Relations News Release 1971:518, p.1
4/8/1971 Dr. Gary MacEoin to be the guest speaker at the UNI 4th annual Pan American Day in Room 120 of Seerley Hall on April 14th.
27 Behind the scenes
UNI Quarterly 1:4, p.4
7/1/1970 Series of news articles about recent campus events; photo.
28 Pan American day to be celebrated
Northern Iowan 66:45, p.6
29 UNI to observe Pan-American Day
Public Relations News Release 1969:442, p.1
3/27/1970 The observance, being held in University Hall of the Union, is sponsored by the Hispanic Club in cooperation with Spanish Club, the Latin American Studies Committee, and Alpha Gamma Delta.
30 U.S. impatient with Latin American problem; McGee
Thies--Brian (Class of 1972)
Northern Iowan 65:51, p.5
4/18/1969 Excerpts from Senator McGee's speech.
31 McGee to speak; Pan Am week
Northern Iowan 65:50, p.1
4/15/1969 Senator McGee will speak on Pan-American friendship; photo.
32 Pan-American Week features costumes, dances
Northern Iowan 64:48, p.8
4/16/1968 Schedule of activities.
33 Latin American expert Dr. Merle Klinge to speak
College Eye 60:52, p.1
5/3/1966 Profile of the speaker.

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