When Jean Muteba Rahier teaches his African Civilizations course, he already knows the common stereotypes he will have to break down throughout the semester. Africa is more than a continent of desert, safaris and poverty.
Academics and practitioners came together on April 17, 2015 for the Colloquium on Border Security.
In April, the Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center hosted many events. Here are a few.
The Jain Studies Program at FIU welcomes you to the inauguration of the Online Lecture Series on Jain Texts.
According to the author, Rafael Rojas, the great egalitarian project of Cuban socialism, through the universalization of basic social rights, had as its background the Soviet subsidy and the restriction of civic and political rights.
One of the main goals of this lecture by Dr. María Elena Cobas Cobiellas is to establish a comparison between current Cuban legislation and the precedent Cuban law, with special reference to property law.
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