The CERLAC Review

Number 29: 2002-2003 & 2003-2004

Newsletter of the Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean

In  This Issue

  A Caribbean Dialogue with J. Michael Dash - 2003 Jagan and Baptista Lecture

“The Disappearing Island: Haiti, History and the Hemisphere”

Renowned scholar J. Michael Dash, professor of francophone literature and director of Africana Studies at New York University, shared his celebrated knowledge of Haiti in a lecture entitled "The Disappearing Island: Haiti, History and the Hemisphere," on Saturday, March 20, 2004, at York University.  

In recognition of Haiti's Independence Bicentennial, the 2004 Jagan and Baptista Lecture commemorated this historic Revolution, celebrated Haiti’s contributions to world culture and provided a context within which to better understand current events. 

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Latin American Human Rights Education and Research Network

By Viviana Patroni, CERLAC Director  

CERLAC and Osgoode Hall Law School have received a grant from CIDA’s University Partnership in Cooperation and Development Program, supporting the establishment of a new network of Latin American universities and leading civil society organizations to advance an ambitious agenda of human rights education, applied research and capacity-building in the region.  

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