Barnard Forum on Migration
Columbia University's Institute of Latin American Studies,
New York University’s Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and Barnard’s Forum on Migration
invite you to the Two-Day Conference on: 
IBERIA & THE AMERICAS: Contacts and Migrations

FRIDAY April 25

1:00 PM Welcome and Introduction: Iberia and America, Ties that Bind

Jose C. Moya, Barnard College, Columbia University

1:30 PM Sovereignty and Revolution in the Iberian Atlantic

Jeremy Adelman, Princeton University

2:00 PM The Impact of Return Migration from Latin America to Spain in  the 19th and 20th Centuries

Xosé Manoel Núñez Seixas, Universidade de Santiago de  Compostela

3:30 PM The “Argentine Empire”: Fascism, Hispanidad and  Nacionalismo across the Atlantic, 1922-1945

Federico Finchelstein, The New School

4:00 PM Latin American Immigrants in Spain: First results from the National Immigrant Survey

David Reher, Universidad Complutense, Madrid

4:30 PM Spanish Investment in Latin America, 1990-2008

Thomas Trebat, Columbia University



"Nueva York: The Long History of Gotham's Ties to the Spanish-speaking World"

9:15 AM From Gotham  to Nueva York

Mike Wallace, Director, Gotham Center for NYC History and Distinguished Professor of History, John Jay College

10:15 AM New York's Spanish-language Literary Traditions

Carmen Boullosa, Mexican author, City College, CUNY

10:45 AM Puerto Ricans in New York

Virginia Sánchez Korrol, Brooklyn College, CUNY

12:00 PM Cubans in New York

Lisandro Perez, Florida International University

12:30 PM Spanish Enclaves in New York

James D. Fernández, New York University