Indigenous Cinema and Translation
- a conversation with Roberto Romero - the first event in the Amazon Lab's seminar series on the Amazon, "Translation, Media, and Cosmopolitics."
Wed., 9/27/23, 12pm-1:00pm EST
Hybrid (In-person and Zoom). Registration required! Register for in-person event here (at Amazon Lab, lunch provided): https://forms.gle/E2k9oRo24uAH9Yic6
Or register for Zoom event here: https://duke.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEodeuqqzwjHNOpYaDq8k4FLCpiIdiyrAtR
Roberto Romero is an anthropologist, translator and filmmaker. He is currently a postdoc fellow in the "Singing and healing the land" project (CNPq/UFSB/UFMG) and a member of the Hãmhi - Terra Viva (Living Land) project. He is co-director of the film "Nũhũ yãgmũ yõg hãm: this land is our land" (2020).
Roberto Romero's presentation will be followed with a discussion facilitated by Jamille Pinheiro Dias (Univ. of London) and Gustavo Procopio Furtado (Duke).
Co-sponsored by the Duke Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies