UNDER THE WINGS OF THE CÓNDOR
ASU's lecture series focuses on "The Andes".
All events will be held in Butler Hall Room 7 Tuesdays from 11:30
am to 12:25 and 7:00 pm to 8:15 unless otherwise announced. Any changes
to this schedule will be posted.
Dr. Pastor received his Ph.D. from Harvard
and is the Director of the Latin American and Caribbean Program at the
Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia. He is a professor of Political Science
at Emory University and served in President Carter's Administration as
Director of Latin American and Caribbean Affairs.
Evening: Business Outlook for the Andean
Region: ¿Adónde Va?
Dr. Arpan is currently a Professor at
University of South Carolina and Chairman of their International Business
Department which was ranked #1 in the nation for six consecutive years.
His career has led to numerous national and international awards as well
as invitations to appear before congress to testify about issues surrounding
international business. Dr. Arpan has also authored over a half dozen
books and forty articles.
Day: Class Discussion
Georgia Guitar Quartet
Classical Music From the Four Corners
of the World
The Georgia Guitar Quartet is comprised
of four classically trained guitarists who have each received national
recognition and praise.
Marcelo Pérez Monasterios
Marcelo Pérez Monasterios
received degrees from Universities in Chile, Peru, and the United States.
His extensive accomplishments include founding and serving as the President
of the Bolivian Stock Market, directing of the Bolivian Olympic Committee,
and holding the office of President of the National Bolivan Chamber of
Day: Peru: The Modern El Dorado
Evening: Challenges of Sustainable Development
Dr. Castro received his Ph.D. from
the University of Pennsylvania and is currently a biodiversity specialist
at the World Bank in Washington. Dr. Castro has worked extensively
on wildlife conservation and has over 100 publications to his credit.
Day: The Earthquake Cycle
Evening: Evidence from GPS Space Geodesy
Dr. Kellogg received his Ph.D. from Princeton
and is currently Director of Graduate Studies in Geology at the University
of South Carolina which is currently the leading U.S. academic institution
in a 10-year NSF/NASA funded CASA (Central And South America) GPS Project.
Much of Dr. Kellogg's work focuses on tectonic plate movement and earthquakes.
Day: Social Violence during the Pinochet
Evening: Women of the Andes
Dr. Frazier received her Ph.D. from the
University of Michigan and is currently a professor of Latin American History
at the University of South Carolina. Her current research focuses
on Memory and State Violence in Chile since 1890.
Day: Migrant Birds
Evening: Habitat Conservation
Dr. Foster is currently a research biologist
at the Smithsonian Institute's National Museum of Natural History in Washington
D.C. Mercedes was the first woman PhD from the University of South
Florida. She came to the National Museum in July 1980. She
is a Zoologist (Research) and Curator of Birds. She has worked extensively
in South America and is currently conducting field research there.
Day: Principles of Andean Art
Evening: Textiles of the Ancient Andes
Dr. Stone-Miller received her Ph.D. from
Yale and is an Associate Professor of Art History/Faculty Curator of Art
of the Ancient Americas at the Michael C. Carlos Museum of Emory University
in Atlanta. Dr. Stone-Miller has authored two books, given multiple paper
presentations, and received several grants to pursue the study of
Day: Class Discussion
Evening: Film to be Determined
Day: The Ocean and the Mountain: Pablo
Neruda and Gabriela Mistral
Evening: The Master of Solitude: Gabriel
Professor Loveluck is an internationally
respected expert on Colombian and Chilean Literature.
Day: Royal Touches/ Desert Lines
Evening: Drought and The Rise & Fall
Dr. Moseley obtained his Ph.D. from Harvard.
He is currently a Professor of Anthropology at the University of Florida,
Gainesville. Considered a leader in the field of Andean Archology, Dr.
Moseley has published a vast amount of articles and has been featured on
both PBS and the Discovery Channel.
Day: Revolutionary Movements in South
Evening: Contemporary Political Dynamics
in Andean Countries: Democracy and its Discontents
Dr. Palmer is the founding director of
Boston University's Latin American Studies Program. He has written four
books and nearly twenty articles on political issues in the Andean Countries.
The media and United States government executive and legislative agencies
frequently consult Dr. Palmer on policy issues affecting Latin America.
Special Saturday Event:
Cultural Festival featuring Grupo Cultura, Inc.
Grupo Cultura, Inc. was founded in 1991
in Atlanta to educate the general populace on the richness of Hispanic
culture and history. This group has won national acclaim for its most authentic
presentations of Hispanic cultural expression, including art exhibits,
workshops, and arts and crafts shows for International Festivals and Universities.
Special Monday Event: Grover
C. Maxwell Performing Art Center.....
7:30 PM (jointly sponsored by Lyceum Series)
An internationally acclaimed Peruvian
music and dance group whose members have won national dance competitions
in their native country. They have performed at the White House, the 1996
Olympic Games, for PBS, and at the 1994 World Cup.
Class Discussion and Wrap Up.
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