• Live music of the resistance from Italy and Chile by Cantastorie, and light refreshments
• A short excerpt from the iconic documentary “The Battle of Chile”
• Forum Panel:
Kemy Oyarzún: “Testimonials on dictatorship and beyond”. Kemy Oyarzún is a Doctor of Literature from the University of California, Irvine. For 15 years she taught Literature and Latin American studies at the University of California, Riverside. Upon her return to Chile, she co-founded Gender Studies at the University of Chile, and is currently president of the Pablo Neruda Foundation.
Camila da Costa: “Operation Condor”. Camila is a Brazilian political scientist with a Master in Strategic Studies. Her expertise includes nation building; imperialist military policies in Latin America, the Middle East, Eurasia and Africa; and ethnic-tribal conflicts. She is a researcher in the Observatory of Nationalities International Research network.
Ximena de la Barra: “Has the Time Come for Social Movements in Chile?”. Ximena is a Chilean architect and social scientist. She participated in the government of Salvador Allende, taught at Columbia University in New York and was a United Nations official for 15 years.
Robert Austin Henry will be the Forum Moderator. Robert holds a Ph.D in Latin American History (LaTrobe, 1998). He researches neo-colonial history in Latin America, and has worked in Chile, Mexico, Cuba and Venezuela since 1978. He has 150+ publications, including 12 books
Saturday September 2nd from 7:00pm to 9:30pm
Marrickville Library Pavillion, 313 Marrickville Rd Marrickville
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