Join MIT Global Studies and Languages for our Brown Bag Lunch Series: informal presentations on current research by faculty, lecturers, post-docs, and visiting scholars, giving individual presentations or informal group panels. Light lunch provided.

TUESDAY, MAY 1 • 12:00 – 1:00 PM • 14N-417

A story of an image that is either a journey (Cuba —> China —> USA —> France —> Peru) or more likely a movement from surface to depth.  In the process, it’s an attempt to answer pending questions about gender, danger, ambiguity, and bodies as born out in art and in war.

Presenter Shane Greene


Shane Greene

Shane Greene is a visiting professor of Latin American Studies, coming to MIT from the Department of Anthropology at Indiana University Bloomington.

His research interests lie at the intersection of urban subcultures, ethnicity, environment, and the politics of culture in the Latin American context. He has conducted research in multiple different contexts and on diverse topics with an underlying interest in movements for social justice and political transformation.