More than Tradition: Latin American Indigenous Film Series

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More than Tradition icon-01More than Tradition: Latin American Indigenous Film Series

Still image from the film La Hija de la Laguna
The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS) and the Minority Languages and Cultures of Latin American Project (MLCP) offers students, faculty, and members of the community interested in Latin American Indigenous peoples and cultures two award-winning films in the More than Tradition: Latin American Indigenous Film Series. More than Tradition is interested in complicating representations of Indigenous people as traditional by highlighting issues of language use, education, creative expression, politics, and multinational capitalism. This series is sponsored by the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies; the Minority Languages and Cultures of Latin American Project; College Arts and Humanities Institute; The Media School; Black Film Center/Archive; Latino Studies Program; the departments of History, Anthropology, Spanish and Portuguese, Folklore and Ethnomusicology, and Literacy, Culture, and Language Education; and IU Cinema.

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