• Information Meeting
    CEDLA Master’s Programme

    29 October, 16.00 – 17.30h
    Venue: Roetersstraat 33, second floor

    The CEDLA Master’s Programme (CMP) offers a multi-disciplinary Master of Arts programme in Latin American Studies, and is given in English. The CMP lasts 15 months and earns 75 European credits (ECTS). Deadline applications: 1 June 2015Students looking for a grant of the Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NFP) by NUFFIC, should apply for the CMP before 1 January 2015 +INFO

  • El quinto piso 12
    Barbara Hogenboom

    If the past few months are an indication of what is to come, the emerging multipolar world is not only more complex but also much more unstable than expected. Violence has erupted in numerous places. Next to the massive Israeli attacks on Gaza, two conflicts stand out: Ukraine has become a stage of civil war as well as a foreign-armed interference, while in Iraq and Syria the Islamic State (IS) is successfully establishing a
    barbarian regime.
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  • 24 October, 15:30h
    CEDLA Lecture
    ‘Eating Tears’. Sexual Violence and Post-Conflict Justice in Peru

    Jelke Boesten, King's College London

    The Peruvian Truth and Reconciliation Commission concluded that sexual violence of mainly indigenous women during the conflict between Shining Path and the military (1980-2000) was systematic and widespread. Was rape used as a weapon of war, and if so, what does that say about the conflict? Up to what point do victim and perpetrator profiles reflect existing inequalities in Peruvian society? How do victim-survivors deal with the legacies of violence? What does it mean if there is no accountability? Examining testimonies and legal cases, this presentation will address some of these questions.

  • 28 November 2014, 9-18h

  • UvA REC C, Nieuwe Achtergracht 166,
    Room C1.03

    In recent years, Brazil has built a reputation of innovator in fields of democratic politics, social development, and sustainability. Internationally renowned scholars will critically examine some of these initiatives and discuss their outcomes so far and the challenges ahead. We welcome people from academic, governmental, private, and NGO interested in Brazil. +INFO

    Free admission! Please register at secretariat@cedla.nl


    'The Political Economy of the Extractive Imperative in Latin America: Reducing poverty and inequality vs. ensuring inclusion and sustainability' ISS and
    Centre for Latin American Research and Documentation invite paper submissions for the upcoming international meeting on ‘The Political Economy of the Extractive
    Imperative in Latin America: Reducing
    poverty and inequality vs. ensuring inclusion and sustainability?’

    Our aim is to bring together scholars working in various disciplines and traditions to critically reflect on the changes taking place in Latin America. Interested participants should send a 250-word abstract, paper title, full address and brief bio to eximperative@gmail.com by 1 December 2014. +INFO