October 5, 2017
This International Institute Round Table focuses on the ongoing and unprecedented political, economic, and social crisis impacting Venezuela today. By bringing together three scholars from different disciplines and perspectives to share their insights on Venezuela’s past and present, the event aims to help us all think through what is occurring there, why, and what broader implications these developments have.
Victoria Langland (moderator): Director, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies; Departments of History and Romance Languages and Literatures, U-M
Nilo Couret: Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, U-M
Sujatha Fernandes (via teleconference): Departments of Political Economy and Sociology, University of Sydney
Daniel Levine: Emeritus, Department of Political Science, U-M
This event is funded in part by a Title VI grant from the U.S. Department of Education.