Indians in Uganda and East Africa: Retrospection and Realities INVITATION TO OUR 166th ICC ZOOM PUBLIC MEETING
The culture and identity of Asian India have a notable presence in some Latin American countries. In countries such as Peru, Chile and Argentina, there are significant populations of Indian immigrants and their descendants who have maintained their culture and traditions over generations. These communities are known for their distinctive cuisine, such as curry and chutney, and for their traditional music and dances, such as bhangra and garba. Additionally, many of them have been able to establish successful businesses in sectors such as technology and medicine, contributing to the region's economic growth. Despite cultural and linguistic differences, these communities have found ways to integrate and contribute to the diversity of these mainly Spanish-speaking countries.
Please join us THIS SUNDAY for the 146th weekly ICC ZOOM Public Meeting, March 19th , 2023 at (1.00 p.m. Belize), (3.00 p.m. New York/Eastern time), (3.00 p.m. Trinidad/Atlantic time), (3.00 p.m. Guyana), (4.00 p.m. Suriname), (7.00 p.m. England), (9.00 p.m. South Africa), (Sun 12 midnight, India, ND), (Mon 7.00 a.m. Fiji).
Asian Indian Culture in Latin America: Cuba, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Venezuela, etc.
PROF. INDRANIL CHAKRAVARTY - His publications include The New Latin American Cinema and Redescubriendo a Tagore. He is working on a bilingual anthology of Cuban women’s poetry in exile.
PROF. APARAJITA GANGOPADHYAY - Dean, School of International and Area Studies at Goa University, India. Former Visiting Professor Extraordinary by the Universidad Nacional de Rio Cuarto, Argentina.
PROF. WENDY J. PHILLIPS-RODRÍGUEZ - Associate Professor in Sanskrit Literature at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. She obtained a PhD in Sanskrit Studies from the University of Cambridge.
PROF. RAFAEL GUSTAVO MIRANDA DELGADO - Co-founder and Director of the Development and Democracy Studies Research Group. Ph.D. in Political Science and International Relations.
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