Historias 83 – Pandemics in Latin America. Then and Now.

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Historias 83

Carlos Dimas, Nicole Pacino, and Glen Kuecker joined Steven Hyland to discuss epidemic diseases in historical context and how the past can help us understand living in the moment of pandemic. They also explore what it means to live in a moment of transition; in a world that no longer exists and in one that has yet to emerge.


The Southeastern Council of Latin American Studies (SECOLAS) is a non-political and non-profit association of individuals interested in Latin America established in 1953. Its objectives are the promotion of interest in Latin America, scholarly research pertaining to Latin America in all fields, and the increase of friendly contacts among the peoples of the Americas. SECOLAS is a 501(c)3 organization.