Category archives for: Lectures

Up Against the Wall: US-Mexico Relations from NAFTA to Trump

By Signe Hammer How did US-Mexico relations reach their current crisis? On February 20, in the Bellas Artes auditorium, Laura Carlsen, director of the Americas Program at the Center for International Policy in Mexico City, will discuss “how we got here—facing an uncertain renegotiation of NAFTA, possible mass deportation of Mexicans in the United States, [...]

Informational Seminar on Medical Emergencies Targets Expats

By Melanie Lansing Whether you are here one week, two months, or on a permanent basis, being prepared for a medical emergency is extremely important. Tragedy can and unfortunately does strike. Many of us don´t think ahead about how emergency medical services work in Mexico. For one, bilingual operators are not always available, and when [...]

Goya: The Visionary Painter of Human Nature: A Grotesque Satirical Existentialism

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By Béa Aaronson Goya the visionary, also known as the virtuoso of violence, was an artist obsessed with the chaos of existence, with the desperate spiritual quest of the West. On February 20, the JC3 presents a lecture to gives an overview of the work of this seminal Spanish painter who influenced so many artists [...]

Noted Journalist to Speak on Mexico’s Politics

By Cliff DuRand The Center for Global Justice brings back to San Miguel noted journalist Laura Carlsen to analyze the current political situation in México. Based in México City, Carlsen’s Americas Program is a major source of news and commentary on México and Latin America for English readers (www.americas.org). Her print and broadcast reportage has [...]

Anselm Kiefer: Atonement, Art, and Redemption

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By Bea Aaronson A German artist who is still working into his 70s, Anselm Kiefer’s art is not for the meek! Lecture Work from Anselm Kiefer Tue, Feb 13, 3:30pm The Jewish Cultural Center of San Miguel Calle de las Moras 47 (corner Cinco de Mayo) 150 pesos nonmembers 130 pesos members bea_aaronson@hotmail.com Please come [...]

Goya: The Visionary Painter of Human Nature: A Grotesque Satirical Existentialism

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By Béa Aaronson Goya the visionary, also known as the virtuoso of violence, was an artist obsessed with the chaos of existence, with the desperate spiritual quest of the West. On February 20, the JC3 presents a lecture to gives an overview of the work of this seminal Spanish painter who influenced so many artists [...]

The 19th Century Dining Revolution

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By Eva Eliscu After the French Revolution, a new privileged class was born. Paris was flush with money from Napoleon’s conquests and established itself as the gourmet capital of Europe. Lecture The 19th Century Dining Revolution By Eva Eliscu Wed, Feb 14, 3pm Sala Quetzal La Biblioteca Reloj 50A Napoleon introduced a significant cultural change [...]

From Tennessee Farm Boy to Mexican Millionaire

By Signe Hammer In 1901, an American college dropout arrived in Mexico. Unlike so many later youthful arrivals from English-speaking countries, he was neither writer nor hippy. He had eloped with his southern-belle girlfriend, and he stayed to make himself the richest man in Mexico. On Tuesday, February 6, in the Bellas Artes auditorium, Andrew [...]

Stent Surgery in San Miguel

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By René Reyes and Carlos Gómez Have you or someone you know experienced a heart condition that required minimally invasive surgery known as “cardiac catheterization”? As of today, any person experiencing a heart condition here in San Miguel would need to travel to Queretaro to receive advanced cardiac care. Starting in 2018, there is going [...]

An Introduction to EMDR: Your Body is Your Ally, Your Brain is Your Buddy

By Christina Johnson and Dorie Beach Trauma is not what happens to us, but what we hold inside in the absence of an empathetic witness.- Dr. Peter Levine   EMDR was discovered by serendipity. One day in the late 1980s, Francine Shapiro PhD was taking a walk. She was aware of being anxious and was [...]

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