The Latin American Studies program is proud to co-sponsor a roundtable discussion on the recent developments in Peru.
About the Roundtable Panel:
Peruvians have been mobilizing in a political and social crisis triggered by the ouster of President Pedro Castillo in late 2022. Responses by the de facto government to protests and calls for a new constitution have left at least 55 dead and many more injured or detained, leading to increasing critical attention across Latin America and the world. This hybrid roundtable discussion brings together scholars and activists from across the Americas with the aim of better understanding the events, stakes, and likely outcomes of the situation in Peru.
Please note: This event will be in Spanish and English, with simultaneous interpretation provided via Zoom.
About the Speakers:
Boris Mijail Apaza Sucasaca, Universidad Nacional San Agustin de Arequipa (UNSA)
Renzo Aroni Sulca, Humanities Fellow at the Center for the Study of Ethnicity & Race, Columbia University
Aida Gamboa Balbin, Coordinator of the Amazon Program at Derecho, Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (DAR)
Yojana Miraya Oscco, Ph.D. student, Department of Political Science, University of Toronto
Andrea Roman Alfaro, Ph.D. student, Department of Sociology, University of Toronto
Diana Quispe, Universidad Nacional de San Marcos
Victor Maqqe, Department of History and Director of the Latin America Sustainability Initiative (LASI), University of Oklahoma
This event is presented in a hybrid format.
To join remotely, please register for the Zoom session: https://uoft.me/peru2023 You will receive information on how to join the session afterwards.
Department of Spanish & Portuguese, Latin American Studies program, Department of History, Department of Political Science, Department of Sociology, Ziibiing Collaboratory of Global Indigenous Politics, Canadian Association of Latin American and Caribbean