Global artists travel to Cuba for Colloquium on Latinos in the US

Havana, Oct 12 (Prensa Latina) Artists from nine countries will participate in the fifth International Colloquium on Latinos in the United States, which will be held in the Cuban capital from Tuesday to Thursday, as announced at a press conference.

Promoted by the Casa de las Americas, the event will bring together some 48 intellectuals from Argentina, Mexico, Chile, Puerto Rico, Salvador, Brazil, Spain, the United States and Cuba.

Among the participants is Alicia Arrizon, a professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies at the University of California (United States), and Maria Jose Buchanan, a scholar of the Upper Middle Division at the University of Monterrey (Mexico).

The program includes 15 papers focused on the management of Latino cultural industries in the United States and their transnational spaces.

The event will also feature a musical space, this time with special guest American pianist Arturo O’Farrill, who will perform at the close of the Colloquium on the 17th.

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