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ACILA events in Bristol, June-July 2018

25th-26th June

CULTURE AND INEQUALITY IN LATIN AMERICA

Two days of films, talks and debates organised by ACILA at the University of Bristol. Including speakers from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Peru as well as Latin American specialists from Bristol and other universities across the UK.

All welcome. No registration charge.

Download the full programme here:
Culture and Inequality in Latin America, 25-26 June

NB Arts Complex venues are currently accessed via the rear door of 21 Woodland Road.

For some events you will need to register or book tickets on Eventbrite:

25th June       14.00-17.00
Decolonising the Psyche: Resilience, Resistance and Race in Therapeutic Practice (Brazil and Britain).
A seminar with Gustavo Alvarenga Santos (Universidade Federal do Triangulo Mineiro), Taiwo Afuwape (Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust) and Yvon Guest (Southville Clinic).
Arts Complex LT3, 21 Woodland Road
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/decolonising-the-psyche-race-and-therapeutic-practice-brazil-and-britain-tickets-46100303248

25th June       19.00-21.30
‘La Multitud’ (Crowd) (2012). A documentary film by Martín Oesterheld.
Film screening followed by discussion with Irene Depetris-Chauvin (CONICET and Universidad de Buenos Aires) and Paul Merchant (University of Bristol).
Arts Complex LT3, 21 Woodland Road
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/crowd-la-multitud-2012-film-screening-and-discussion-tickets-46760454779

26th June       19.00-21.30
Estado de Exceção’ (State of Exception) (2017). A documentary film by Jason O’Hara.
Film screening followed by discussion with Tori Holmes (Queens University Belfast) and Ed King (University of Bristol).
Watershed, 1 Canon’s Road
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/state-of-exception-estado-de-excecao-2017-screening-and-discussion-tickets-46762798790

 

And ACILA recommends:

12th June        19.00-21.00
‘Cuba-US Relations: Back to the Future with Donald Trump?’. A talk by Arnold August, author of Cuba-US Relations: Obama and Beyond (2017).
Organised by the Cuba Solidarity Campaign.
Old Council Chamber, Wills Memorial Building, Queen’s Road

 

JULY

5th            15.00-17.30
The Heart of the World: Elder Brother’s Warning’. A film by Alan Ereira (1990).
Film screening and discussion with Alan Ereira, Matthew Brown and Maria-Teresa Pinto Ocampo.
The Cube Cinema, Dove Street South.
https://cubecinema.com/programme/event/the-heart-of-the-world-elder-brothers-warning,10105/

 

5th            19.30-21.30
‘Aluna’. A film by Alan Ereira (2012).
Film screening and discussion with Alan Ereira.
The Cube Cinema, Dove Street South.
https://cubecinema.com/programme/event/aluna,9976/

 

Image: ‘Ethnicities’, Rio de Janeiro, 2016. A Mural by Eduardo Kobra. Photo by Eric Stoner.
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