It has been organized in the UBA university (Argentina) an event related with the basque language and the basque people

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2017-03-13

The Etxepare Basque InstituteUniversity IMHICIHU-CONICETSchool of Humanities of the National University of General San Martín, Pepperdine University’s Buenos Aires program, and the Laurak Bat Basque Center have joined forces to organize "Migrants, refugees, exiles. Economic and political keys from a human rights perspective between past and present". The conference will be held on 15 March at 9:30 am at the Faculty of Law.

The Etxepare Basque Institute, University IMHICIHU-CONICET, School of Humanities of the National University of General San Martín, Pepperdine University’s Buenos Aires program, and the Laurak Bat Basque Center have joined forces to organize "Migrants, refugees, exiles. Economic and political keys from a human rights perspective between past and present". The conference will be held on 15 March at 9:30 am at the Faculty of Law.

The seminar will give participants an opportunity to discuss Laurak Bat and the work this Basque Center has carried out. Laurak Bat, the first Basque Center in Argentina and one of the oldest in the Americas, was founded on 13 March 1887. The event will mark the center’s the 140th anniversary.

Jon Ander Ramos, professor at the Basque Public University, will present his work: “The Basque emigration to Argentina, through personal documents: Migratory processes first hand”. Ramos’s participation at the event is sponsored by the Etxepare Basque Institute. Ramos is a professor of History at the Basque Public University in Gasteiz (Department of Medieval and Modern American History). 

Participants will also have the opportunity to listen to presentations by Maria Cruset, John Bieter Ysura and Marcellino Bieter, among others. Cruset will speak about the "Basque nationalism and female participation: Emakume Abertzale Batza in Argentina" Ysura and Bieter will analyze “The case of migrants, refugees and exiles: Basques in the Western United States".

The seminar will give participants an opportunity to discuss Laurak Bat and the work this Basque Center has carried out. Laurak Bat, the first Basque Center in Argentina and one of the oldest in the Americas, was founded on 13 March 1887. The event will mark the center’s the 140th anniversary.

 

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