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About the event

Tricontinentalism took multiple forms as a self-determination movement of the global south, a political project of the post-revolutionary Cuban state, a cultural production, a discourse, and an ethos. Join us for this evening of discussion unpacking Tricontinentalism from several disciplinary angles, and considering its legacy today.

Speakers include: Anne Garland Mahler, Department of Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese, University of Virginia; Robyn C. Spencer, History, the Graduate Center and Lehman College, CUNY; Debra Lennard, PhD Program in Art History, the Graduate Center, CUNY; and others.    

Presentations by speakers will be followed by a conversation moderated by Debra Lennard, curator of Notes on Solidarity: Tricontinentalism in Print.