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Professor Jana Lipman Quoted in CSM

March 31st, 2011

Photo: Javier Galeano, AP/Pool Professor Jana Lipman (History) was quoted in an article in the Christian Science Monitor discussing former President Jimmy Carter’s recent visit…  read more

Tulane students get fully immersed in Cuban life through new Cuba semester abroad program

March 24th, 2011

Photo Courtesy of Professor Carolina Caballero By Shearon Roberts For Tulane junior Meghan Kelly, Cuba proved to be a place both at the cutting edge,…  read more

New direct flights between New Orleans and Cuba to restore historic ties; create new ones

March 24th, 2011

Photo Courtesy of Jordan Shannon, Ph.D. Candidate at the Stone Center By Shearon Roberts Both Tulane’s Cuba programs, as well as the city of New…  read more

Coffee History Perks Up Lesson Plans

March 22nd, 2011

Learning about the coffee trade and incorporating that information into lesson plans was the focus of a workshop for area elementary and secondary school teachers,…  read more

Students' Hearts Beat With Haitian Kids

March 14th, 2011

Social Work graduate students Tuyl Fletchinger, left, and Jordan Matevich, of HeARTS With Haiti, make drums from paper plates, small rocks and art supplies. HeARTS…  read more

Getting It Done in Disease-ravaged Haiti

January 14th, 2011

Getting It Done in Disease-ravaged Haiti By: Madeline Vann newwave@tulane.edu Photo: Planning their work in Haiti are, from right, Carl Kendall, Wuleta Lemma, Marie Aubry…  read more

Researcher Returns to Jamaica to Combat HIV

December 17th, 2010

By: Alicia Duplessis Jasmin aduples@tulane.edu Photo: Katherine Andrinopoulos, assistant professor in the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, specializes in social and behavioral determinants…  read more

From Dance to Natural Disaster: Stone Center Faculty Speak on Summer Research

November 8th, 2010

By: Shearon Roberts Photo: Tango mural, homage to Carlos Torrallardona, Paraná Street in Buenos Aires, with grafittied text, “Esto no es arte” (This is not…  read more

Symposium on Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America - Call for Proposals

October 28th, 2010

Call for Proposals Symposium Dates: October 30-November 2, 2011 The Association for Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America (ATLILLA) and the Kellogg Institute…  read more

LASA 2010 Displays Academic Diversity of Tulane Faculty, Students

October 25th, 2010

By: Shearon Roberts Photo: CIPR Executive Director Ludovico Feoli, Stephanie Stone Feoli and Xela Korda attend the Tulane Reception (Photo courtesy of Valerie McGinley Marshall)…  read more

Audubon Zoo Comes Alive for Celebración Latina

October 25th, 2010

By: Shearon Roberts Photo: One of the members of Casa Samba performs during a show at this year’s Celebración Latina (Photo courtesy of Dennis Woltering)…  read more

Tulane @ LASA 2010 - Toronto

September 29th, 2010

The XXIX International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association will be held in Toronto, Canada on October 6-9. Numerous Tulane faculty, staff and graduate…  read more

Haiti Beyond the News

September 24th, 2010

By: Alicia Duplessis Jasmin aduples@tulane.edu Photo: Wedsly Guerrier, a native of Haiti, is a visiting assistant professor teaching courses on Haitian culture and Haitian Creole…  read more

Stone Center Undergrad Davita Petty Mentioned in CNN.com's Report on Study Abroad

September 22nd, 2010

On September 21, 2010, CNN.com published a news article entitled “Looking beyond Europe for education, adventure” in which Davita Petty, a Tulane senior double major…  read more

Gates Foundation Funds Haitian Aid Study

September 16th, 2010

By: Mike Strecker mstreck@tulane.edu Photo: Dr. Elizabeth Bellino, a clinical instructor of pediatric infectious diseases at Tulane, cares for a wounded child in Port-au-Prince, Haiti,…  read more

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Celebrate Caribbean culture and heritage during Caribbean Carnival of New Orleans

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Bayou Bacchanal, the original Caribbean Carnival of New Orleans, is back for its 16th annual celebration of Caribbean culture and heritage. Presented by Friends of Culture, Bayou Bacchanal will include two days of Caribbean cuisine, dance, music and celebration.

World Wide Dance
Beginning Friday, November 2 stop by the newly-opened, Algiers based, Haitian restaurant Rendezvous, for World Wide Dance. This late-night dance party begins at 10:00 p.m. and doesn’t end until the final dancer clears the floor. Enjoy live sets by locally and regionally based, Trinidadian DJ Phil and DJ Spice. Admission is $10 in advance and $12 at the door and includes access to the World Wide Dance celebration. A cash bar and bites from Rendezvous will be available for purchase.

Bayou Bacchanal Parade and Party
After an evening of dancing and celebrating, rest up for the annual Bayou Bacchanal Parade on Saturday, November 3. Assembly begins at 11:00 a.m. and the parade takes off at noon from Harrah’s. Parade-goers are welcome to come dressed in traditional carnival attire while engaging, marching and dancing to the beats of Soca music along with Casa Samba throughout the French Quarter. The parade’s final destination will be at North Peters & Mandeville Street where the party will then transition to Crescent Park.

From 2:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. several Dancehall, Soca and Reggae performers will grace the Bayou Bacchanal stage for this daylong festival. Guests can expect live performances by local, national and international artists such as: Soca Artist Preacher, Pan Vibrations, Tigress of Trinidad & Tobago, and Mystic of Trinidad & Tobago.

Beats will be provided by DJ Spice and hosted by Lady Pepper. Authentic Caribbean foods, drinks and special merchandise will be available for purchase. Trini Lisa and Boswell’s will be among the official vendors for Bayou Bacchanal 2018. Fest-goers can expect Caribbean staples such as salt fish, curry goat and roti. Tropical drinks including ginger beer, passionfruit juice and Sorrel will also be available. Guests are also encouraged to dress in tradition Carnival attire for a chance to win a grand prize of $2000.

Admission to the Bayou Bacchanal fest is $15 in advance and $20 at the door. For more information on Bayou Bacchanal or Friend of Culture, visit their onsite information booth during the festival or click here.

Bayou Bacchanal Post Party
Closeout Bayou Bacchanal at Island Flavor Bar and Grill and enjoy tasty Caribbean bites, music and dancing. DJ Ray will be spinning beginning at 11:00 p.m. Celebrate the closing of Bayou Bacchanal with a bang!

Forging a New World: Books & Writing in Early Spanish America, 1492-1821

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On Wednesday, November 14, the Latin American Library at Tulane University will host Dr. Hortensia Calvo, Doris Stone Director of the Latin American Library, for a talk titled, Forging a New World: Books & Writing in Early Spanish America, 1492-1821.

This presentation is part of the Tulane University Women’s Association’s Jane and Herbert Longenecker Lecture Series. The event is dedicated to María García Daly.