USF Saint Ignatius and Golden Gate Bridge
Rueda de Locos - Jacobo Borges
Nacho López - México
Buenos Aires   


 Leticia Hernandez :  Loteria de la Mujer - A poet meditates on fate, chance and the roles that women play.

April 23, 2009
Paraiso Travel   
Colombian consulate  sponsors film screening of Paraiso Travel with Director Simon Brand and cast member Margarita Rosa de Francisco.

April 22, 2009
Brown Bag Lunch Lecture with Roberto Varea 
Performance & The Creative Transformation of Conflict: Special Focus, Argentina & Peru

April 8th, 2009
Brown Bag Lunch with Jorge Aquino :
Heroine with a Thousand Faces: The Virgin of Guadalupe and the Risks of Religious Pluralism 

April 2, 2009
Brown Bag Lunch Lecture with Elisabeth Friedman  and Erika Carlsen
Progressive Colonialism? Ibero-American Relations and LGBT Rights:

April 1st, 2009
Que Viva la Lucha   
A documentary by Gustavo Vazquez that features a look at the sport of Lucha Libre or Mexican wrestling, specifically the extreme version in Tijuana.

March 12, 2009
Children of the Amazon  by Denise Zmekhol

March 11, 2009
Violeta Luna 
Secos y Mojados: Performance Art and Community Engagement

February 24-26, 2009
Human Rights Film Festival   

February 19, 2009
Fiamma Montezolo 
La frontera Alter/Nativa Mexico-Estados Unidos en el cruce entre Etnografia, Cultura Visual y Exotismo
Feb 9, 2009
Chilean guitarist and ethnomusicologist Cristian Amigo  

Feb 4, 2009
Globalization on the Ground: What Bolivia Teaches Us by the Democracy Center 

November 21, 2008
Antigona  an adaptation of Sophocles' "Antigone" from the acclaimed Peruvian theater company "Yuyachkani"  (awarded the Peruvian Human Rights Medal in 2000).

November 20, 2008. Chicana Art: The Politics of Spiritual and Aesthetic Altarities.  A Presentation by Laura Perez .

November 18, 2008
Carlos Mauricio 
  will discuss his experiences and recent travels to El Salvador.

November 7-8, 2008. Jesuit Migration Services  International Conference on Migration The theme is Deportation, Detention, and Return. This is a great collaborative research endeavor among U.S. Jesuit universities (this year Boston College, Georgetown, Loyola New Orleans, Santa Clara, Loyola Chicago, Marquette and USF) and all the Jesuit universities of Mexico and Central America.
Guatamala City, Guatamala

November 4, 2008
 Human Rights in El Salvador Today
 A Presentation by Marco Perez Navarrete from The Stop Impunity Project-SOAW El Salvador.

October 30, 2008
Feminist Theology
  and the Zapatista Movement: A Report from Chiapas. A lecture by renowned Mexican anthropologist Sylvia Marcos .

October 14, 2008. Report Back - Students share their experiences from service learning projects in El Salvador.

October 21, 2008. Brown Bag lunch with Michael Stanfield .
Beauty and Colombian Identity.

October 16th, 2008
Captain James "Yusuf" Yee  , one of the first Muslim chaplains to serve in the Army, was appointed Chaplain of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in 2002. With an important election at hand, James Yee comes to USF to discuss the continuing threat to democracy and human rights of America's war-on-terror penal system.

October 14, 2008. Report Back - Students share their experiences from service learning projects in Nicaragua.

October 9, 2008.
Brown Bag with Susana Kaiser  
Memories of State Terrorism in Argentina: Media as a tool to send a message and preserve history.