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The Bolivia Symposium April 15, 2015 presented a packed lecture hall with new information about Bolivia, its politics and culture.
Dr. Abel Lanza Antequera, Professor. of Economics,Universidad Pública de El Alto and Treasurer, Municipal Government, El Alto, Bolivia.
Dr. Josefa Salmón, Rev. Guy Lemieux Distinguished Professor of Latin American Studies. Loyola University, New Orleans, LA.
Linda Farthing, co‐author with Prof. Ben Kohl of Evo’s Bolivia. Continuity and Change. in addition to other books.
Teresa Camacho Hull, painter, sculptor, owner of Ars.Natura.Uta Art Center, Achocalla, Bolivia
"[This new program] will give our students an edge to compete in an increasingly tight market for graduate programs and other forms of intellectual engagement or employment."
Karyn Hollis, Ph.D
Acting Director - Cultural Studies Program
“What [do] cultural changes amount to? [Are] there new emergent cultural forces and tendencies? Above all, how [are] these historical processes to be qualitatively undestood and assessed?
Cultural Studies [is] a set of disciplines addressing relevant issues about contemporary society.”
Stuart Hall, cultural theorist,
founding figure of British Cultural Studies.