Latin American Studies in Oxford and Berlin: a Conversation
On 8 November, the LAC organised the workshop “Latin American Studies in Oxford and Berlin: A conversation”. The meeting took place at the Old Library in Brasenose College and had the purpose of discussing the state of Latin American Studies in Berlin and Oxford, as well as future ways of mutual collaboration.
Barbara Göbel (Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut, Berlin), Stefan Rinke (Freie Universität Berlin), Timothy Power (OSGA, Oxford) and Andrew Hurrell (DPIR, Oxford) discussed with a diverse group of Oxford fellows the prospects and challenges of Latin American Studies in Oxford and beyond. Oxford participants came from various disciplines across departments and divisions of the university, and from various colleges. Participants included: Jan Boesten, Emily Curryova, David Doyle, Andreza de Souza Santos, Frank Egerton, Louise Fawcett, Ezequiel González Ocampo, Andrés M. Guiot Isaac, Carlos F. Grigsby , Carlos F. Grigsby, Pekka Hämäläinen, Halbert Jones, Giuseppe Marcocci, Carlos A. Pérez Ricart, Joana Perrone, Eduardo Posada-Carbó, Carlos Solar, Laura Rival, Olivia Vazquez-Medina and John Watts.